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Sandro Botticelli's Spring is kept at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and it is one of the most famous masterpieces of Italian painting. It was accomplished in 1478 and it is part of a triptych. The allegorical meanings of this painting are innumerable and not at all certain.
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Sandro Botticelli's Spring is kept at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and it is one of the most famous masterpieces of Italian painting. It was accomplished in 1478 and it is part of a triptych. The allegorical meanings of this painting are innumerable and not at all certain. We note that in the work there is no perspective, so the figures alternate between the orange trees (referring to marriage), dancing, sinuous and wavy (a line that has no beginning or end). They rest on a turf with flowers, inspired by the "millefiori" carpets, which are prototypes, all perfect. All the characters are in harmony: on the right there are Zephyr, the warm wind of spring, with the nymph Cloris turning into Flora, indicating the rebirth of the earth; going to the left there are three Graces with the swollen belly to wish fertility to the clients. At the centre, placed in a plant niche of myrtle, there is Venus not in the role of the goddess of beauty and love, but of the "Venus Humanitas". On the left Mercury moves the clouds with the caduceus (stick) to indicate the cycle of time and the sphere of the cosmos. High fly Eros ready to hit with one of his arrows. In the Spring Botticelli focuses on the idea of perfection. In fact, we see that the naturalist style of the painting is very accurate and refined in its details. Neoplatonism, the idea of beauty and ideal love, has greatly influenced Botticelli's artistic production.