List of works in the Palatine Gallery

Works in the Palatine Gallery at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Italy include:

* Raphael, "Madonna of the Grand Duke"
* Raphael, "The Madonna of the Chair"
* Raphael, "Portrait of Pope Leo X and two Cardinals"
* Raphael, companion portraits of "Agnolo Doni" and his wife, "Maddelena Doni", for whom Michelangelo's Doni Tondo was commissioned.
* Andrea del Sarto, "The Young John the Baptist"
* Andrea del Sarto, "Disputation on the Holy Trinity"
* Sebastiano del Piombo, "Martyrdom of St Agatha"
* Titian, "Mary Magdalene"
* Titian, "Portrait of Pietro Aretino"
* Titian, "Portrait of an Englishman", perhaps a member of the Howard family, (also known as "The Man with Blue Eyes").
* Murillo, "Madonna and Child"
* Rubens, a group portrait known as "The four Philosophers"
* Rubens, "Allegory of War"
* Caravaggio, "The sleeping Cupid"
* Artemisia Gentileschi, "Judith"
* Parmigianino, "Madonna with the long neck"
* Anthony van Dyck, "Portrait of Cardinal Guido Bentivoglio"
* Velázquez, "Philip IV of Spain on Horseback"


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