Botticelli and the Italian Renaissance
Did you miss the exhibition dedicated to Botticelli, "Artist and Designer", at the Jacquemart-André museum (until 24 January)? Don't panic, we'll help you catch up with our playlist dedicated to the great master and his works! Let's go for a little tour in Florence, in the heart of the Italian Renaissance!

The scene of the three wise men offering gifts to a newborn Jesus was widely painted during the Renaissance era, so how did painter Sandro Botticelli create a version that’s still well known today? James Earle describes who and what set Botticelli’s Adoration of the Magi apart in the annals of art history.

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On the agenda
video - 3:11
Dissecting Botticelli’s Adoration of the Magi
By: Ted Ed
video - 1:49
Art History Minute: Venus and Mars by Botticelli
By: Accessible art history
video - 5:44
The Birth of Venus and Phi
By: Amor Sciendi
video - 10:41
Know the Artist: Sandro Botticelli
By: Several Circles
video - 10:46
How Botticelli revolutionised portraits | Art history in 10 minutes
By: The National Gallery