Tapestry Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci
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Tapestry of the Last Supper
- Tapestry for hanging or framing.
- For sale in three sizes (height by width):
- Mat 22 by 35 cm
- Wallpaper 43 of 70 cm
- Tapestry 70 by 120 cm
- Made with viscose and cotton.
- The tapestry is a recreation of the Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci.
The Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci, work, the culmination of the religious art.
The mural of the Last Supper (also known in Italian: Il cenacolo or L'ultima cena) is considered by many critics as the most important work of the Renaissance, and even the history of the universal art.
Our tapestry recreates the Last Supper painted by the great Italian artist Leonaro Da Vinci. It is known that it started in the year 1495. But it is not known for sure if it is completed in the year 1497, or in the year 1498.
The Last Supper was a commissioned Ludovico Sforza, known as il Moro, duke of Milan. The Last Supper was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci in the refectory, dining-room, of the dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan (Italy).
The Last Supper is a mural with 4,60 m. high 8.80 m. wide.
The reasons why the Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci is considered as one of the most important works of religious art universal are multiple. Very simplified, one can say that among the most salientables of the religious works are the novel use of the materials, the perfect combination between the perspective and the balance, the selection of the moment in which it decorates the wall, etc...