You still have time and a rare opportunity to visit the Voznesensky Center to see with your own eyes the Allegorical posthumous portrait of the great Italian poet Dante Alighieri, painted by the 16th century Florentine painter Agnolo Bronzino.

The painting, considered lost for centuries, has arrived at an exhibition in Moscow and will be exhibited until February 20!

On it, the great poet appears in a recognizable red robe and in a laurel wreath and acts as an enlightener, bringing light – with his right hand he points to Florence, over which the sun rises and the time of paradise comes!

Address: Bolshaya Ordynka, 46, building 3, entrance with a QR code or PCR test, for a period of no more than two days.

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