The scuola consists of two vast rooms - both of them very grand in their way, with massive paintings on the walls and ceilings. The setting is well done, with lighting arranged like torches to properly show off the art works. There are also side rooms with their own exhibits of Church plate etc or paintings. It’s 10€ per person. I have to admit, even as a fan of Tintoretto, the artworks are difficult to access; the paintings are darkened - I presume by smoke from before the advent of electrical lighting. There are some that are stunning, but I left feeling a bit underwhelmed. The impact of the sala superiore is still something to see though.
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