At the Museum of Sacred Art of the Vallombrosa two wonderful works by Domenico Ghirlandaio are juxtaposed. The museum hosts, for the Renaissance in Valdarno exhibition, the Adoration of the Magi from the Sassetti Chapel in the Florentine Church of Santa Trinita, compared with the Madonna with Child and Saints also known as the Vallombrosa Altarpiece, which has been returned to its original seat after more than 135 years.

Masaccio is the “star” of the exhibition set up at the Masaccio Museum of Sacred Art in Cascia di Reggello. The work known as the Triptych of San Giovenale is placed alongside the Madonna and Child from the Uffizi Gallery, also known as the Casini Madonna.

In the Museum of Sacred Art of the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria in Figline, the Madonna with Child and Angels by Giotto, from the Church of Santo Stefano in Ponte in Florence, is compared with the Madonna Enthroned with Child, Six Angels and Saints Elisabeth of Hungary and Louis of Toulouse, a work dating to the beginning of the 14th century attributed to the so-called Master of Figline.

The Panel of the Tabernacle of the Linen Guild depicting Saint Peter Preaching from the San Marco Museum in Florence is compared, in the Museum of the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie in San Giovanni Valdarno, with the Annunciation. Two works by Fra Angelico, coeval but different, both among the best works of this artist.

This itinerary concludes in the Museum of Sacred Art of the Collegiate Church of San Lorenzo in Montevarchi where the works of two members of the same family are side by side: the Tempietto of the relic of the Holy Milk by Andrea della Robbia, that hosts, for the Renaissance in Valdarno Exhibition, the Bust of a Girl by Luca della Robbia, a glazed terracotta piece from the National Museum of Bargello.