I am bothering your soul with this exhibition story, ahahah I’m sorry but it’s something that it’s worth
Anyway this time it is just a reason to show a couple of pictures
The “ceiling” of the high altar (I can’t remember which is the actual name of that architectonic part of a Church)
A painting on the right wall of the Church (looking toward the high altar).
Tomorrow I’ll see if someone can tell me something more.
As you probably figured out the exhibition setting is the San Placido Church that can be found in San Placido Square in Catania.
According to the information found on the web it was first built in the early XV century.
A great quake in the late XVII century destroyed most of Catania structures and this Church was among the destroyed buildings, but in the early XVIII century they built it back.
I won’t go further for the moment because at the moment I really don’t have “reliable” sources to say more about this church.
Anyway, it is worth visiting. You don’t need to have studied art and history to appreciate its beauty.