Inside the palazzo

After Tintoretto, Marriage Feast at Cana, c1561-70.

It’s a nice enough idea: to combine art and objects in such a way as to evoke the atmosphere of your typical Renaissance palazzo. Is this a sort of Through the Keyhole with Mr and Mrs Medici? Hmm, a lute, a harpsichord, some posh plates, family portraits by ...

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