The book, according to a captivating idea of the author, tells the visit of two young tourists to the places of art in Florence, from the church of Santa Croce to the Uffizi Galleries, then to the Palatine Gallery, the Modern Art Gallery and finally the Costume Gallery in Pitti Palace. The aim of her research is to understand how fashion and the ways of dressing have changed over the centuries, from the distant Middle Ages to the beginning of the twentieth century. What better way to look in art?
With skilful teaching skills, the dialogue of the two brilliant children with aristocrats, men of arms and church, ladies, princesses and queens is an opportunity to learn often unknown aspects of past centuries’ life, investigated through the irreplaceable need to dress. All this without ever losing sight of the work of art from which every dialogue starts.
The book is enriched by the nice drawings by Cinzia Mazzoli, an illustrator and author of brilliant creations in the field of fashion: colourful views in the field of clothing over the centuries.

This is an original book for children, a friendly guide that can be used as a tool for children (and parents) who want to deepen and enjoy their visit to the extraordinary city of Florence and its museums.

Edited by: M.N. Sichich Berti

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Edited by: M.N. Sichich Berti
Editore: Sillabe srl
Collana: Educational, Uffizi Galleries
Copertina: Brossura con bandelle
Pagine: 64
Dimensione: cm 18 x 18
Data di pubblicazione: 2010
ISBN: 9788883475016
Peso articolo: g 300
Lingua: Italian

Weight 300 g

English, Italian

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