Complaint of the day

November 22 2011

A reader has tipped me off about a letter in yesterday's Daily Mail. A Mr Powell, of Frimley, Surrey, was complaining about the cost of entry to the Uffizi gallery, and the queues. He then added:

"We thought the Uffizi gallery overrated. More than half the paintings were of the Crucifixion or the Adoration of the Magi. It was like reading the same story in several different newspapers. We won't be returning."

I think this must be the best art historical whinge I've ever read. And exactly what you might expect to find in the Wail...

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