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Italian famous paintings on exhibition in Wuhan

06-18-2010 15:39 BJT

Visitors look around the preview of the Treasure Paintings Exhibition of Uffizi Gallery in Florence of Italy, inside the Hubei Provincial Museum at Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, June 17, 2010. Some 82 selected pieces from the Uffizi collections dated back to the Renaissance, which can be divided into three sections including Landscapes, Still-life, and Portraits, is set to be put on formal exhibition as of June 18 here. Among the 82 works of art including masterpieces like the "Adorazione dei Magi" of Alessandro Filipepi,and the"Venus and Cupid with a Partridge" of Titian are to be on show to the public. (Xinhua)
Visitors look around the preview of the Treasure Paintings Exhibition of Uffizi
Gallery in Florence of Italy, inside the Hubei Provincial Museum at Wuhan, 
central China's Hubei Province, June 17, 2010. Some 82 selected pieces from the
Uffizi collections dated back to the Renaissance, which can be divided into 
three sections including Landscapes, Still-life, and Portraits, is set to be
put on formal exhibition as of June 18 here. Among the 82 works of art including
masterpieces like the "Adorazione dei Magi" of Alessandro Filipepi,and the"Venus
and Cupid with a Partridge" of Titian are to be on show to the public. (Xinhua)


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