Jesus turned water into wine. The monks of the San Giorgio Monastery commissioned a painting of the event, eleven yards wide, to hang in their refectory. Napoleon stole it, and it hangs in the Louvre.
Here the miracle is demonstrated. The gentleman is painted lifesize.
They are a lively lot, but I am not at all clear what they are doing.
I doubt such Corinthian columns were in style in Galilee.
I think this is the happy couple. As Jesus is at the centre, they are shunted to the side.
People ignore or distract the musicians. They are not valued as they should be, and not by Veronese, either: a bow could not play that lute.
It hangs opposite the Mona Lisa, so most people pay it no attention.