The author of Leonardo and the Last Supper picks his favorite biographies of the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance.
Above a couch, the Last Supper is rendered in marble and mounted to the wall in a gilt frame.
This piece is inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's iconic, Last Supper, which was painted in the late 15th century in Milan, Italy.
The last series of paintings in the show is The Last Supper, which is the largest series of works that Warhol ever produced.
He once commissioned his own special Last Supper painting and for years it hung directly over his bed at Neverland Ranch.
Bread and fish are mentioned; wine only once, at the Last Supper; but this is not confirmed by John.
What called it to mind is the fact that this is also the Last Supper.
The Last Supper, its agony and distress of mind omitted, is an occasion for impressing on "his own" the lesson of mutual love.
It was the Last Supper in the old room, and they determined that it should be a good one.
The subject of the central panel is the Last Supper, and it still adorns the church for which it was painted.