Masterpieces at the Uffizi
The Uffizi Gallery’s collection includes priceless masterpieces and works of art in its over 45 museum halls.
What masterpieces are “must-sees”?
The museum merits to be visited in its entirety and to really appreciate and enjoy all of its artworks, even a whole day would not be enough!
For this reason, this section will highlight some of the most famous artworks within the Uffizi: you can read about some of these works of art so that when you do finally visit the Uffizi in person, you’ll know what you want to see. This section is still growing as we add more works of art we recommend visiting.
In addition, a new section of the site called “Visitor Trails” will have a host of both thematic and time-based itineraries to help you guide through the museum. So take a look there as well.
Some of the works of art you should see:
The large alterpiece of the Maestà painted in 1310 represents a significant innovation in art: first attempt at...Read more »
This beautiful Annunciation is from around 1333 and was painted for the altar of Sant'Ansano in the Duomo of...Read more »
A beautiful tempera on wood with gold to show off the Strozzi family's wealth and...Read more »
This is one of the most famous works of art of the Italian Renaissance (check the back,...Read more »
Only the central panel of this large triptych by Paolo Uccello is still at the...Read more »
This is one of the first and oldest altarpieces in rectangular form without a gold...Read more »
This lovely paining is one of the best known and admire paintings of the...Read more »
One of the most famous works of art conserved at the Uffizi full of allegorical...Read more »
Undoubtedly one of the world's most famous and appreciated works of...Read more »
This is the only painting by Michelangelo in Florence, one of the masterpieces of Italian...Read more »
Recently restored, the bright colors, elegance and beauty of this painting leave you...Read more »
This Venus is an allegory of marriage: sensuality, fidelity and...Read more »
A Bacchus represented in all of his humanity, with extraordinary realism in the details and...Read more »