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Museo nazionale del Bargello (Florence, Italy)

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  • Variants

    • Museo nazionale di Firenze
    • Florence. Palazzo del potestà
    • Museo del Bargello (Florence, Italy)
    • Museo nazionale of Bargello (Florence, Italy)
    • Museum of the Bargello (Florence, Italy)
    • Bargello Museum (Florence, Italy)
    • National Museum of the Bargello (Florence, Italy)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        (naf) Art museums
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Florence (Italy)
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Florence. Palazzo del potestà
    • Museo nazionale di Firenze
  • Sources

    • found: Guida ai musei della Toscana, c1988(Museo nazionale del Bargello)
    • found: International directory of arts 1991/92(Museo nazionale del Bargello)
    • found: Tessuti italiani del Rinascimento, 1981:t.p. (Museo nazionale del Bargello) p. 9 (Museo del Bargello) p. 11 (f. 1865)
    • found: Museo nazionale di Firenze. Medaglie italiane del Rinascimento nel Museo nazionale del Bargello, 1984- :v. 1, added t.p. (Museo nazionale of Bargello)
    • found: Tomasello, B. Museum of the Bargello, c1991:p. 3 (Bargello) p. 6, etc. (Bargello Museum, National Museum of the Bargello; formerly the seat of the Podestà)
    • found: Uccelli, G.B. Il palazzo del potestà ... 1865;p. 89 (palazzo being restored to become a museum)
    • found: Visit Florence, via WWW, June 15, 2016(The Bargello National Museum; the Bargello Museum has a remarkable collection of Renaissance sculpture and works of art; located in the Palazzo del Bargello; since 1859, the building houses the Museo Nazionale which brings together many important Renaissance sculptures and masterpieces of the minor arts from varying periods, including masterpieces by Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo and Cellini; the museum was subsequently enriched with splendid collections of bronzes, majolica, waxes, enamels, medals, seals, ivories, amber, tapestries, furniture and textiles from the Medici collections and those of private donors; for Renaissance art lovers, the Bargello is to sculpture what the Uffizi is to painting)
  • Change Notes

    • 1981-04-16: new
    • 2016-06-17: revised
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