Copies of the Last Supper

There are numerous copies of the original Da Vinci work: among the life-size works, the copy by Giampietrino stands out, which has been moved from its original home in the Certosa of Pavia to the Magdalen College of Oxford. Another copy, slightly smaller , is that attributed to Marco d’Oggiono, painted in oil on canvas which is exhibited in the Museum of the Renaissance in the Castle of Ecouen (owned by the Louvre). There are also some less famous copies in the church of Monoriti in Vienna, the da Vinci Museum in Tongerlo (Belgium) and in the parish church of Ponte Capriasca near Lugano. The importance of these works lies in their better state of conservation which allows us to understand how Leonardo’s original painting must have appeared.

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