Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz online exhibitions

King William II with church model and angelThe Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz announced a new online exhibition on The Cloister of Monreale. The exhibition offers general views of the cloister but it’s the extensive details of the capitals that make it worth seeing.

Clicking on each detail opens a bit bigger image, but to get an even better view, follow the “full-size” link beneath that image (the full size is on average 1024 x 768; for example, here is the large image of the thumbnail above).

The Institut also has a gallery of past online exhibitions (such as images from the Flood of 1966 and the Assisi earthquake of 1997).

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