A tour to discover the masterpiece of Milan, virtually from my home using digital resources
During this live virtual tour, delivered personally and live by me, using digital resources and live video conferencing software, we will go deeper into the Last supper painting by Leonardo. The amazing masterpiece is the best representation of his genius, an artwork that shows all his knowledge and researches about anatomy, optics, perspective, acustic, mathematic. We will discover the history of the painting, from the commission, through the unlucky events during the centuries, to the last restoration. We will analyze the composition, the details, the transformations and the incredible ability of conveying emotions and passions. A work that has changed forever our way of looking and representing reality.
We will start from Leonardo life, his birth and early life in Tuscany to know better about his education and passions. Then we will follow him, thanks to pictures and documents, during his experience in Milan to discover the main artworks and projects he developped, to focus on the masterpiece of Last supper. We will analyze this amazing painting, the technique, the composition, the details and discover the incredible story of the several restorations and transformations along the centuries. We will see what happened to the artwork and also to the Leonardo after everything was completed, in order to go even deeper into the genius of the artist.
Duration: 1 hour
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This was a very well done presentation. Veronica is very knowledgeable and explains her subject well. We enjoyed being able to ask questions. This definitely has made me want to visit Milan in person.