Admire Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper
Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece, Last Supper, is displayed on one of the refectory walls of Santa Maria delle Grazie – Milan’s most impressive basilica. This extraordinary piece of art, which was painted directly on the church wall by one of the most observing and inventive artists in Western history, is truly worth a visit. Created from 1495-1498, this oil and tempera painting was especially innovative in terms of its study of emotional reactions, which were captured in previously unknown naturalistic tendencies. Recently restored, due to the fading of the oil and tempera mixture, this jewel of Da Vinci’s collection shines in its old splendor.
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8.15am-6.45pm