Palazzo Pitti - Galleria Palatina
- Piazza de' Pitti, Firenze
The most extensive collection of late Renaissance and Baroque art after the Uffizi, displayed in twenty-eight lavishly decorated rooms on the first floor, including the Sala della Stufa, frescoed by Pietro da Cortona, who introduced Baroque to Florence right here. Arranged according to the personal taste of Grand Prince Ferdinando dei Medici in the 18th century. The gallery also contains one of the most significant collections of works by Raphael, Andrea del Sarto, Pontormo, Rosso, Rubens, Tintoretto and Madonna della Seggiola by Raffaello Reni.