The Last Supper Print by Giotto

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Size: 30x30 cm / 12x12″

Frame: Black

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The Story Behind The Last Supper Print by Giotto

Painted in the Proto-Renaissance style between 1304 and 1305, Giotto illustrates the Holy Eucharist or Holy Communion in the Last Supper print. Giotto did not include food or wine on the table, and unlike many Holy Eucharist paintings, he shows the Saviour on the left rather than in the centre. The artist used a style called Byzantine to create the atmosphere and portray the solemn mood of the Last Supper. Undoubtedly, Giotto is one of the outstanding religious artists in history, portraying the birth and life of Jesus.


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Museum-quality archival paper to give an authentic texture and feel

Fade-resistant, durable inks so your print will stay top-notch for decades

High-resolution, detailed images almost as good as the real thing

A variety of sizes and frames to perfectly suit your space

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Non-toxic durable FSC paper sourced from sustainably managed forests. 

Our inks:

Long-lasting archival inks with no optical brighteners used.