The Last Supper

Material: bronze

Height: 125 mm

Length: 700 mm

“and as they did eat, he said, Verily I say unto you, that one of you shall betray me”

Gospel of Matthew. 26:21

“The Last Supper” is the author’s allegory of the world famous fresco by Leonardo da Vinci. The bronze sculpture conveys general meaning, form and spirit. The veil hiding the figures of Christ and the apostles personifies time. We do not see their faces, but their movements and gestures are clearly readable. Behind the figure of Christ are windows that refer to the number three, as well as the triangular figure of Christ and the group of apostles of three.

The bronze sculpture was created for the exhibition dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci at the Château du Clos Lucé, France.