Due to the fragility of the work, resulting from the technique that Leonardo da Vinci used to achieve his masterpiece, entry is only allowed every 15 minutes with a maximum capacity of 30 people at any given time.
In da Vincis version of this scene, not even Jesus is shown to have a halo around his head.After crossing this gallery you will arrive at the luxurious theater of the city of Milan, La Scala.This artwork was painted between 14 under the government of Ludovico il Moro and represents the last "dinner" proroga sconto pendolari autostrade between Jesus and his disciples.In all earlier versions of the scene, Jesus and his disciples are each shown with a halo, depicting them in a saint-like way.The artwork above, painted just years before da Vinci's version, shows Jesus and each of the 12 disciple with a halo around their heads.This is quite appropriate, since the Last Supper takes up the basic theme (eating) of the purpose of the refectory. .
In painting the, last Supper, Leonardo created the effect that the room in which Christ and the apostles are seen was an extension of the refectory. .We see how the landscape in the background terminates in a kind of misty, grayish horizon. .The extension of space that we see here is similar to what we saw with Masaccios.We can see this in the various apostles, who are linked by their hand movements. .Ticket cost (which, mUST always booked, eVEN IF entry IS free).