Guided by a knowledgeable art historian and native Florentine, you'll see works of art from a new point of view. Discover how the Renaissance Florentine artistic culture was closely connected with the gastronomic culture, the taste for conviviality and good food.
Your guide - who is also a true connoisseur of wine and food - will then invite you to a lunch prepared by himself in his own home, a Florentine palace.
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Walks and visits to some of the great cultural sites of the city. Discover how the Renaissance Florentine artistic culture was closely connected with the gastronomic culture, the taste for conviviality and good food.
Lunch in a traditional Florentine building in the city center, the home of your guide and now also chef. Here, you'll get a chance to relax while trying some typical dishes of the great Italian culinary tradition, prepared by your host, a true wine and cooking connoisseur.
The painter Jacopo Carucci was born in Pontormo near Empoli in 1494. As an orphaned boy, he was shuttled around the ateliers of the great - among them Andrea del Sarto and Leonardo da Vinci - as apprentice. Later he painted under the auspices of the Medici patronage, which is why many of his haunting works are still in Florence. Discover the connection between stinginess and luxury at the Florentine court as you take this journey into the paradoxical worlds of art and food in 16th century Florence.
From refectories to museums, Florence is rich with Last Supper representations. This central scene of the life of Jesus offers a fascinating point of departure for exploring the connections between art, food, and religion in the great Renaissance frescoes. Lead by your knowledgeable guide you’ll discover symbols and daily life in the tables laid for the Last Supper.
Filippo Brunelleschi was one of the foremost architects and engineers of the Italian Renaissance. He is perhaps most famous for the engineering feat he accomplished in building the cupola of the Duomo in Florence. But beside being an architect and engineer, he was also an artist, a sculptor - and he may even have been a chef...
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