I was not a particular fan of Tintoretto but the day was rainy and lent itself to indoor activities rather than wandering the wonderful alleys and admiring the architecture of Venice. Entry into the Scuola is not inexpensive and the ground floor from the ticket booth is huge but empty and one can not really see more than two of the huge pictures hanging on the wall. However, it is wet outside so we take the risk. Thank goodness! The ground floor cycle of Tintoretto paintings is impressive but the room is like one of the main rooms in the Academia. Then one goes upstairs and sees a room that is unbelievable in its conception and execution. I was impressed and very pleased that the weather had persuaded me to look in. It is well worth the effort and the cost.
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