List of Works in The Palatine Gallery

Works in the Palatine Gallery at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Italy include:

  • Raphael, Madonna of the Grand Duke
  • Raphael, The Madonna of the Chair
  • Raphael, Portrait of Pope Leo X and two Cardinals
  • Raphael, companion portraits of Agnolo Doni and his wife, Maddelena Doni, for whom Michelangelo's Doni Tondo was commissioned.
  • Andrea del Sarto, The Young John the Baptist
  • Andrea del Sarto, Disputation on the Holy Trinity
  • Sebastiano del Piombo, Martyrdom of St Agatha
  • Titian, Mary Magdalene
  • Titian, Portrait of Pietro Aretino
  • Titian, Portrait of an Englishman, perhaps a member of the Howard family, (also known as The Man with Blue Eyes).
  • Murillo, Madonna and Child
  • Rubens, a group portrait known as The four Philosophers
  • Rubens, Allegory of War
  • Caravaggio, The sleeping Cupid
  • Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith
  • Parmigianino, Madonna with the long neck
  • Anthony van Dyck, Portrait of Cardinal Guido Bentivoglio
  • Velázquez, Philip IV of Spain on Horseback

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