The exhibition Arnolfo. At the origins of the Florentine Renaissance celebrates one of the key personalities in Italian medieval sculpture. The exhibition, which unfolds in five sections , provides the opportunity of observing some of the most significant of Arnolfo's works following an itinerary that starts from the years of his training under Nicola Pisano, includes the period of his activity in Rome and Umbria and culminates in the work conducted on the facade of the cathedral of Florence, of which a partial reconstruction is presented that for the first time shows the relationship between sculpture and architecture. The itinerary starts with a section dedicated to the pictorial representation of this great Tuscan sculptor, beginning with Vasari and reaching its peak in the 17th century. The exhibition ends with a wide selection of important sculptures, paintings and goldwork that illustrate the extraordinary artistic scene in Florence in the years of Arnolfo and in the period following his death in relation to the artistic context of central Italy. The itinerary is accompanied by information concerning investigating techniques and restoration conducted on some of the works exhibited.