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 15th century marked a seismic shift in cultural values throughout Europe. The Middle Ages gave way to a new generation of enlightened thinkers and creators, who illuminated the path to progress by way of scientific advancement and artistic curiosity. The Italian city of Florence became the epicenter of this prosperous period known as the Renaissance, the spirit of which still emanates from the incomparable paintings of Sandro Botticelli.

Content produced by : Several Circles | Art History

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On the agenda
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
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