Art and culture from Florence, Italy, focusing on exhibitions, museums, artisans and more.
INO Director Raffaella Fontana tells us about the conservation of Artemisia's Allegory of Inclination, using 3D digital technology.
The campaign at Badia Fiorentina was made possible thanks to the non-profit Friends of Florence association.
In the century before Forster’s novel was published, travel underwent a radical transformation. Routes were standardised, the first guidebooks were published and group trips were organised. So, what did people do before Baedeker?
As a city with the world’s attention, how does Florence prevent its glorious heritage in culture from stifling the achievements of today?
The Adoration of the Magi painting will be displayed alongside an exhibition on the attribution process.
Extensive traces of colour were found on the 1359-60 sculpture of the Madonna with Child and Adoring Angels.
Friends of Florence have funded the restoration of the altarpiece painted by Giovanni Maria Butteri.
Nine Niobid sculptures were recently unearthed in Roman baths near Ciampino.
Fifty years after the discovery of the Riace bronzes in 1972, the exceptional state of conservation of the statues found in San Casciano dei Bagni show the shift between the Etruscans and Romans in Tuscany.
Louis Emory talks about his group The Reckless Few’s first album, Love Italy, and his upbringing in an Italian-American family.
Attend the mass at Ognissanti Church on November 1 and see the freshly restored oil-on-canvas painting of Saint Francis Receives the Stigmata.
The maps and globe that are displayed in the room have been restored for the first time using modern techniques.