Bartolomeo Ammannati (Settignano 1511 - 1592)
One of the most important artists of his age, Ammannati was a typical interpreter of intellectual Mannerism and enamored of Italian aesthetics, but at the end of his life he himself condemned these beliefs due to moral and religious pressure. Among his works are the following: the realization of the Roman College for the Society of Jesuits to whom Ammannati was spiritually attached, and the Fountain of Neptune, called “the Biancone” in Piazza Signoria in Florence.

appartment characteristics

Studio: 2 pers.
Ground floor
01 bedroom, kitchen
01 bathroom with bath