Among the frescoes, the Crucifixion painted in the Chapter House stands out, where the pain of those witnessing the martyrdom of Christ is elevated by the meditation, in line with the Dominicans’ lesson of educated spirituality. In some of the cells, we find frescoes of the Annunciation, The Marys at the Tomb and Noli me tangere. Among the panel paintings on display in the Pilgrims' Hospice, visitors can admire the early works of Fra Angelico, as well as the splendid reredos decorated with the Last Judgement and the Deposition from the Cross, set against a backdrop of Tuscan hills.
The museum in Florence also conserves a beautiful Last Supper fresco by Ghirlandaio from the end of the 1400s and various paintings by Fra’ Bartolomeo. In the library, one of the most harmonious examples of Renaissance architecture, are magnificent illuminated manuscripts, also made inside the convent.