The artwork, apparently done in water colour, is generally attractive, although a few of the minors verge on caricature. Giorgio Trevisan had a long career as an illustrator of children's books and comics.
The majors are generally conventional, although the Magician is a physician inspecting urine and the High Priest a Calvinist minister. The minors are illustrated, but the interpretations frequently differ from those of both Etteilla and Waite: Dominion for the 5 of Coins, Cheerfulness for the 5 of Cups, Serenity for the 9 of Swords. Sometimes they seem at odds with the picture: the 10 of Coins is Investment, yet shows a startled woman flying!
Obviously, tarot readers who are prepared to allow the pictures to speak for themselves will be happiest. Collectors who want a pack based on life in the sixteenth century will also be happy.