28 Apr - 15 Oct, 2023
Bund One Art Museum
3F, 1 Zhongshan Rd. East One, Shanghai
"Botticelli and the Renaissance" will zoom in on 48 rare paintings by the most noted artists of the Florentine School of the Italian Renaissance, including Botticelli, the well-known painter of the Florentine School at the end of the 15th century; Perugino, one of the first Italian painters to adopt oil paint; Lorenzo di Credi, who inherited Andrea del Verrocchio's workshop. FraFilippo Lippi (also Botticelli’s teacher), the famous romantic monk painter; Cosimo Rosselli, and other art masters. The exhibition will narrate the evolution from Gothic to Renaissance, and prob into the far-reaching influence of the famous Medici family in Europe on the Renaissance and art history through art forms such as tempera paintings, oil paintings, fresco painting, and sculptures.
Speech by Eike Schmidt, Director of the Uffizi

Portrait of a Young Woman "Simonetta Vespucci"

Sandro Botticelli


Tempera on panel

61.3 × 40.5 cm

Pallas and the Centaur

Sandro Botticelli


Tempera on canvas

207 × 148 cm

Adoration of the Magi

Sandro Botticelli


Tempera on panel

117 × 142 cm


Lorenzo di Credi


Oil on canvas

151 × 69 cm


Portrait of a Young Woman

Piero Benci, known as Piero del Pollaiolo


Tempera and oil on panel

55 x 34.5 cm