Art: Florentine Restorations: A Partial Tally

The flood damaged only one major work of art beyond repair: Cimabue's Crucifix (Church of Santa Croce).

Major works damaged but now successfully restored include:

Two Crucifixions by Fra Angelico, one in the Church of San Niccolo del Ceppo and the other in the Museum of San Marco;

Domenico Ghirlandaio: Adoration of the Shepherds (Church of Santa Trinità);

Taddeo Gaddi: fresco, the Last Supper (Museum of Santa Croce);

Alessandro Allori: Christ Lowered from the Cross (Museum of Santa Croce).

Among works still awaiting restoration are the Sacrifice of Isaac by Allori (Church of San Niccolò Oltrarno), Bronzino's Christ Descending into Limbo (Museum of Santa Croce), and Ghiberti's...

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