Casa Buonarroti has housed a group of glazed terracottas ever since the seventeenth century, when they were inserted in the decoration carried out for Michelangelo Buonarroti the Younger. In the seventeenth century, when it was believed to be a representation of spring, this figurine was located in the little room at the end of the suite of monumental rooms on the piano nobile, among other della Robbias and pieces of antique sculpture, set against the backdrop of a painted landscape, which has now completely vanished.


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