Rosary Chapel

Church of San Giovanni e Paolo

From the left transept you can enter the Rosary Chapel, the seat of the confraternity of the same name established at the end of the 1500s. Wrecked by a fire in 1867, it features on the ceiling three large paintings by Veronese coming from the suppressed Humility Church:  the Annunciation, the Assumption of the Virgin and the Adoration of the shepherds, the latter painting featuring a bold perspective and an impudent goat emerging from the bottom to steal food from the bag.