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    YOUNG JIN LEE
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    La Primavera (1477-82)

    Primavera (Botticelli)

    Tempera on panel 202 cm × 314 cm (80 in × 124 in) by Sandro Botticelli late 1470s or early 1480s, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

    An allegorical painting, La Primavera, often referred to as the Allegory of Spring, is beautifully rendered with great detail – hundreds of flowers have been identified in the artwork. Painted by Sandro Botticelli, the painting was commissioned by Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de’ Medici, who was the cousin of Lorenzo the Magnificent. The painting features various figures beginning with Zephyrus (the wind god) on the right side, grabbing one of the virgin nymphs, Chloris, who then turns into Flora, the figure dressed in the embroidered garb gently tossing flower petals around. We then have the central figure of Venus, followed by the Three Graces and then Mercury. It’s a fascinating piece with many theories, and it can be viewed at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.

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