The museum of the San Salvi Refectory, housed in part of the former monastery of Vallonbrosan monks beside the church of San Michele a San Salvi, contains one of the true hidden gems of the city. Andrea del Sarto's magnificient Last Supper, a genuine masterpiece of Renaissance painting, is located in the Refectory and dates from 1526-1527. His work represents one of the most spectaculalr examples of the subject, partially anticipating the baroque style in the strongly theatrical arrangement of the scene, which appears like a stage set.
Via San Salvi, 16
open: Tuesday to Sunday, 8.15-13.50 closed: 1 Jannuary, 1 May, 25 December