the last supper | Leonardo da Vinci original picture of the last supper Painting

the last supper | Leonardo da Vinci original picture of the last supper Painting

The Last Supper - Da Vinci 1448-1449 -One of the most famous paintings done on Fresco - Scene described in John 3:21 when Jesus tells 12 diciples that one will betray him -Windows in the background represent heaven

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The Last Supper - Da Vinci 1448-1449 -One of the most famous paintings done on Fresco - Scene described in John 3:21 when Jesus tells 12 diciples that one will betray him -Windows in the background represent heaven

The Last Supper Painting - 5 Piece Canvas

The Last Supper Painting - 5 Piece Canvas

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This is a signed limited edition giclee print on fine art textured paper, produced in Ironbridge, Shropshire, UK . It is from a limited print run of 250 copies and conforms to the rigorous standards set by the Fine Art Trade Guild. It measures 29cm x 39cm and comes unframed.A signed certificate of authentication is issued with every print.The original piece is on sale at Shropshire Fine Arts, Ironbridge, on 01952 434033.

This is a signed limited edition giclee print on fine art textured paper, produced in Ironbridge, Shropshire, UK . It is from a limited print run of 250 copies and conforms to the rigorous standards set by the Fine Art Trade Guild. It measures 29cm x 39cm and comes unframed.A signed certificate of authentication is issued with every print.The original piece is on sale at Shropshire Fine Arts, Ironbridge, on 01952 434033.

Da Vinci's Last Supper (c1497) Held at Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy.

Da Vinci's Last Supper (c1497) Held at Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy.

Leonardo Da Vinci - The Last Supper-created in 1498. I like this painting because it was the last day before Christ was crucified. I've always noticed that the men on the side of Christ are talking about who will be the one to betray Jesus, and the overall mood of the scene.

Leonardo Da Vinci - The Last Supper-created in 1498. I like this painting because it was the last day before Christ was crucified. I've always noticed that the men on the side of Christ are talking about who will be the one to betray Jesus, and the overall mood of the scene.

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