Highlights of the Uffizi Galleries

One could spend days and days in the Uffizi Galleries, but even the most casual lover of fine painting and sculpture can spend two or three enthralled hours there. This very short list may help you choose the works you absolutely don't want to miss on your visit.

Illustrious Men, Andrea Castagno
Portrait of a Young Man, Perugino
Annunciation, Sandro Botticelli
Portinari Altarpiece, Hugo van der Goes
Madonna Enthroned with Child and Six Angels, Duccio di Buoninsegna
Madonna Enthroned with Child, Angels and Saints, Giotto
Holy Family, Michelangelo
Madonna with the Goldfinch, Raphael
Madonna in Majesty, Cimabue
Adoration of the Magi, Gentile da Fabriano
Annunciation and Saints, Simone Martini
Our Lady with Child and Angels, Filippo Lippi
The Rout of St. Roman, Paolo Uccello
Lamentation Over the Body of Christ, Giovanni Bellini
The Birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli
The Allegory of Spring, Sandro Botticelli
Adoration of the Magi, Leonardo da Vinci
Baptism of Christ, Andrea Verrocchio
St. Lucy Altarpiece, Domenico Veneziano
Medici Venus, 1st-century BC Greek statue
Portrait of the Artist's Father, Albrecht Dürer
Our Lady of the Magnificat, Sandro Botticelli
Adoration of the Magi, Albrecht Dürer
Pope Leo X with Two Cardinals, Raphael
Madonna of the Harpies, Andrea del Sarto
Venus of Urbino, Titian
Portrait of Don Baldassare, Perugino
Triumphal Entrance of Henry IV into Paris, Piers Paul Rubens
Niobe and the Naiads, ancient Roman copies of a 3rd- or 2nd-century Greek group
Pietà, Perugino
Adolescent Bacchus, Caravaggio
Self-Portrait as an Old Man, Rembrandt

Michelangelo's David is not at the Uffizi; it's at the Accademia.

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