I've written about San Maurizio before, and I've been there at least a couple of times without writing about it. But I finally took Laura there the week before Christmas, and she agrees with me that the frescoes are awesome. (We don't always agree on things, so this is significant.)
I found it significant that I was drawn to this, as we were there a couple of days before Christmas and it depicts Jesus' family's escape to Egypt:
It isn't often that I consider black-and-white paintings to be worthy of the same study as their color counterparts, but the ones at San Maurizio really are.
I have grand plans to make photo books of many of our adventures here. Maybe one of the books will be all about St. Ambrose. There he is again, in awesome color, keeping watch over everyone:
I think San Maurizio is worthy of its own photo book for sure. I guess I'll have to return a few more times to take more photos. Wanna tag along?