The Portrait of Lorenzo the Magnificent is an oil on panel, painted by Giorgio Vasari around 1533.
In this painting Vasari - the creator of the Uffizi Palace and other important artworks for the Medici family - portraied Lorenzo the Magnificent, who died in 1492. He is one of the most famous member of the Medici family and an important figure in the Italian politics during the XV century. He was also an important patron of great artists.
Vasari depicted some allegories on the background, to represent Lorenzo's virtues.