Perhaps I didn't do enough research while planning my last minute break but I was expecting a varied gallery of paintings including the fantastic local boy Titian but, while clearly Tintoretto's work is of an epic scale, I was disappointed to feel I was dragging my family around dark halls (presumably to protect the paintings) full of yet more religious paintings on top of what we'd viewed in Verona the day before. If there was a logical layout to the rooms (e.g. to lead you through the Bible in the familiar order) then it was not made clear in the amateurish paper leaflet, which also failed to make clear the titles and artists of the meagre handful of paintings not by the ubiquitous Tintoretto. Contrast the Salle de Fetes at the Musee D'Orsay the following day in Paris which was a beautiful and bright experience.
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