Back from a few days in Paris. Fortunately the blasted museum strike didn’t hit the Louvre until after we’d seen the wonderful Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese exhibition which was in fact one of our reasons for going now (though it did stop us going back for a second visit). It really is beautifully put together: hugely recommended.
One particular delight was seeing together Veronese’s pair of portraits of Iseppo and Livia da Porto and their children. (Normally he and their son are in Florence, she and their daughter peeking round her mother’s skirts are in Baltimore.) Worth the trip by itself.
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