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Giuliano da Sangallo. Drawings from the Uffizi

Uffizi Gallery, Florence

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The Uffizi’s first monographic exhibition devoted to the graphic work of Giuliano da Sangallo (Florence, c. 1445–1516) includes a selection of drawings from the vast body of work in the gallery’s collection and a limited number of other artistic artefacts illustrating the artist’s multi-faceted talents, his architectural interests, and the activities of his workshop. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue offering a comprehensive overview of Giuliano da Sangallo’s graphic output, highlighting the chronology, sites and patronage associated with the final decades of his career; his compositional research and experimentation with types in religious, civic and military architecture; and his ties with his brother Antonio the Elder, his nephew Antonio the Younger and his son Francesco in codices and presentation drawings produced jointly with them. Find out more about the Giuliano da Sangallo exhibition from the Uffizi’s website.

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Progetto per San Lorenzo a Firenze, Giuliano da Sangallo (c. 1445–1516). Gallerie degli Uffizi

Progetto per San Lorenzo a Firenze Giuliano da Sangallo (c. 1445–1516). Gallerie degli Uffizi

Progetto per un tabernacolo Giuliano da Sangallo (c. 1445–1516). Gallerie degli Uffizi

Progetto per un tabernacolo Giuliano da Sangallo (c. 1445–1516). Gallerie degli Uffizi

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