An artwork shows Ulisse and Diomede, one of the original 88 drawings that went with Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy by artist Federico Zuccari. Photo: Uffizi Gallery via AP An artwork shows Ulisse and Diomede, one of the original 88 drawings that went with Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy by artist Federico Zuccari. Photo: Uffizi Gallery via AP
An artwork shows Ulisse and Diomede, one of the original 88 drawings that went with Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy by artist Federico Zuccari. Photo: Uffizi Gallery via AP

Florence’s Uffizi art gallery shows digital collection of scenes from Divine Comedy to mark death of Dante Alighieri

  • The illustrations, by painter Federico Zuccari, date back the end of the 16th century
  • Celebrations are planned throughout 2021 in Italy to mark Dante‘s life and writing

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An artwork shows Ulisse and Diomede, one of the original 88 drawings that went with Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy by artist Federico Zuccari. Photo: Uffizi Gallery via AP An artwork shows Ulisse and Diomede, one of the original 88 drawings that went with Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy by artist Federico Zuccari. Photo: Uffizi Gallery via AP
An artwork shows Ulisse and Diomede, one of the original 88 drawings that went with Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy by artist Federico Zuccari. Photo: Uffizi Gallery via AP
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