Madonna of the Goldfinch
A detail from one of the tables of the most famous paintings by Raphael. The painting was made in Florence in 1507 and this detail represents well the characteristic expression of serenity on the beautiful faces of the Florentine master. The table, intended for private devotion, was executed by Raphael during his stay in Florence, on the occasion of the wedding of Lorenzo Nasi merchant and Alessandra Canigiani. He was still in the house Nasi in 1547, when it was damaged and reduced in seventeen pieces from the collapse of a ceiling was restored and in the following century it passed into the collection of Cardinal Carlo de 'Medici, which was recorded in 1666. He is currently on display at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. This reproduction will bring to your home a chapter of the best Renaissance art!