It is not a way to re-write the history of art but  it is the right way to give the right  tribute to an  artistic prodigy, which deserve the pairing (strongly wanted) to one of the best play of the human being genius: a Sicilian Cappella Sistina  stands out in the county of Trapani and it is the Church of San Domenico di Castelvetrano.

Built in 1470 and then in ‘500 represents the elegant maximum expression of mannerism school. Its formulation is referred to its decorations, culmination of a research of perfection which guided the graceful hand of Antonino Ferraro da Giuliano. A masterpiece of plasters overlooks the entrance arch to the coral chapel: it is Jesse tree, which represents Jesus genealogy on the Christian iconography.