The National Museum at the Bargello, one of the most important in Florence, houses a wonderful collection of sculpture. It is, perhaps, to sculpture, what the Uffizi is to painting.
Amongst the works depicted here are Francavilla’s Jason; Donatello’s David; Desiderio da Settignano’s John the Baptist; and Donatello’s Dancing Cherub.
If you have any queries, or observations, about any of these beautiful works, I’d love to hear them. Just post a comment below. Not interested?
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