The Last Supper was Leonardo Da Vinci's first wall painting. The painting is in the Dominican Monastery in Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. Da Vinci began it in 1495 and finished it 1 497. The painting is 15 ft and 1 in. x 28ft and 10 ½ in. Lucovico Sforza commissioned The Last Supper for the family mausoleum. For this painting, Da Vinci created his own medium of tempera on stone, which required a strong base of gesso, pitch, and mastic to
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seeped through his many creations and although in my opinion, even while being a Catholic, the Sistine Madonna was not necessarily his greatest work of art. It was only one of the many great works of art he introduced to the world. It's amazing what someone can create with the stroke of a brush and while Raphael, Michelangelo, and Da Vinci were all great Renaissance men, they all had their unique mind and extraordinary genius.