There is less crowding on the upper floor of the Accademia than on the ground floor. Recent modifications were made to make it more appealing to visitors in 2013.
A collection of Florentine paintings from between 1370 and 1420 is displayed in this hall of the museum.
Here, the newly restored late Gothic Florentine masterpieces can be enjoyed in a peaceful and enjoyable environment thanks to the new lighting.
A collection of Florentine religious devotion artwork is featured on the first floor of the museum.
In the vestibule, there are panels by Jacopo di Cione and a stunning gold-backed Madonna and Child by Don Silvestro of Gherarducci.
Visitors can appreciate the importance of the Florentine Guild commissions and the magnificence of the altarpieces made between the late 14th and early 15th centuries in the spacious central lounge.
Some of the best-known artists in the central hall are Giovanni del Biondo, Mariotto di Nardo, Spinello Aretino, and a core of exceptional paintings by Lorenzo Monaco.
There is a magnificent altarpiece signed by Giovanni del Biondo, whose main subject is the Annunciation with the Blessing Father, surrounded by many angels and saints.
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