Palazzo Pitti. FLORENCE. 64. Route. 545
Ufflzi (p. 490); 348. School of Botticelli, Madonna and angels; 355.
Luca Signorelli, Holy Family and St. Catharine; 365. Mariotto Alber¬
tinelli, Holy Family. — 382. Sodoma, Portrait. — 384. Piero Polla¬
iuolo, St. Sebastian. — The —
GalleríaPoccetti, which we next enter, derives its ñame from
the ceiling-paintings by Bernardino Poccetti. 487. Dosso Dossi, Repose
on the Flight into Egypt, with flne landscape; *495. Titian, Portrait
of Tommaso Mosti (1526). Also, Bust of Napoleón I., by Canova.
— From the Prometheus Room we next entor (to the right) a —
Corridor, ón the walls of which are a number of miniature
portraits (16-18th cent.) and some good paintings of the 15th cent¬
ury. To the left: *376. Lor. Costa, Portrait of Giovanni II. Benti¬
voglio; *375. Mantegna, Portrait (apparently an early copy?). To
the right: 42. Pietro Perugino, Mary Magdalen; 372. S. Botticelli
(more probably Andr. del Castagno ?), Portrait of a youth; 44. Style
of Raphael, Portrait of a youth.
Saloon of Justice. *409. Sebastian del Piombo, Bust of a
bearded man, in the artist's later Román style; 398. Artemisia
Gentileschi, Judith; 403. Bronzino, Portrait of Duke Cosimo I., 408.
Sir Peter Lely, Oliver Cromwell (sent by the Protector to the Grand-
Duke Ferdinand II.).
Saloon of Flora. In the centre, Venus by Canova. ílb.Suster-
mans, Grand-Duke Ferdinand II. de' Medici; 441,421. Gaspard
Poussin, Landscapes; 423. Titian, Adoration of the Shepherds (in¬
jured); 427. Franciabigio, Calumny, after Apelles (comp. No. 1182,
p. 491); 429. J. van Ruysdael, Landscape with waterfall; *434.
Ang. Bronzino, Portrait of an engineer; 436, 416. G. Poussin, Land¬
scapes ; 435. Giov. di San Giovanni, The cook ; 437. Van Dyck, Re¬
pose on the Flight into Egypt (copy); 437. Van Dyck (?), Holy
Family with angels.
Saloon of the Children (Sala de' Putti). Rachel Ruysch, 451.
Fruit, 455. Fruit and flowers; 453. Salvator Rosa, Landscape,
known as 'La Pace' (injured); above, 449, 452. Paul Bril, Italian
landscapes; 457. H. Dubbels, Sea-piece; 462. Jan van Huysum,
Flowers; *470. Salvator Rosa, Landscape, with Diogenes throwing
away his driuking-cup ('la selva dei fllosofl'); 474. Domenichino,
Landscape, with Diana and Acteeon; 476. Andrea del Sarto, Madonna.
On the groundfloor of the palace are the Silver Chamber and
Collection of Porcelain (Museo degli Argenti Antichi e delle Cera-
miche); entrance to the left in the flrst court; adm., see p. 464.
Room I. Vestments of popes and cardinals belonging to the house of
Medici; píate and ivory carvings of the school of Giovanni da Bologna.
Room II. Porcelain, including specimens from China and Japan. Of
the European factories Ginori (p. 553), Capodimonte, Sévres, Meissen, and
Vienna are especially well represented.
Boom III. Allegorical frescoes by Giov. di San Giovanni, Franc. Furini,
and others. Bronzes, goldsmiths' work, and table services, mostly from tlie
possession of the Medici. Beside the window at the entrance is a large
bronze Crucifix by Giov. da Bologna; also, fine Limoges enamels (16th cent.).
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