Medusa – Caravaggio

Medusa - Caravaggio

We enter now in the room on the leften side of Judith and Oloferne.
Here we have one of the most important paintings of Caravaggio, called the Medusa.

Judith and Olofern of Artemisia Gentileschi

Judith and Olofern of Artemisia Gentileschi

Let?s go on until the river side corridor, we walk on the leften side and we reach the last area of the Museum.
Here we will find Caravaggio and his follower.
We go directly to the second room and on the right side we see a big painting, wich seems to be very cruel, full of blood. Maybe you think it was done by a man.
It was done by a vedy good painter who was a woman named Artemisia Gentileschi.

The Medici Portraits – Bronzino and other artists

The Medici Portraits - Bronzino and other artists.

Let?s walk over and we will find the artist called Bronzino who was an important ?Official portraits? painter.
He was choosen by the Grand Duke Cosimo the I as official painter for his family portraits.
In the first room dedicated to Bronzino we have the portraits of the family Panciatichi.
In the next big room we have portraits of the Medici family.

Spedalingo – Rosso Fiorentino

Spedalingo - Rosso Fiorentino

After walking to the down floor, we enter the first rooms and go directly to the Rosso Fiorentino room.
The Spedalingo is the panting in the middle of the room.


At the caffetteria you can take a break, have a coffee or a sandwich, see the panorama from the terrace and go to the rest room which is one floor down.
After that we go to see the last part of the museum which is two floors down.

Laoconte – Baccio Bandinelli

Laoconte - Baccio Bandinelli

Now we move to the cafeteria and the rest room which are at the end of the corridor.
Before entering the cafeteria I want you to see the big statue that you find at the end of the Corridor.

Tondo Doni – Michelangelo

Tondo Doni - Michelangelo

Now it is time to meet the great Michelangelo.
Exatly in the middle of the room you can see the big round painting called Tondo Doni.
Pay attention : this is the only paynting that, for sure, belong to Michelangelo.