When entering the Rubens gallery, the first thing that strikes the eye is the dramatic tableau of the Meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek on the opposite wall. Then, one notices the sheer grandeur of the gallery, in scale and décor. This week’s photo, “Inside the Museum,” by Tim Gilbreath, captures that breathtaking moment of entering the gallery, whether for the first time or the fifteenth.
What’s your favorite room or piece of art inside the Ringling?
Photo Copyright: Tim Gilbreath