Leonardo and the Last Supper

last-supperTwo days ago we finished reading Stephen Greenblatt’s Will in the World, and, sticking with a Renaissance theme, reading a book that is also appropriate for Lent, we began Ross King’s Leonardo and the Last Supper.  Those of you have been following this blog know we have already read a couple of King’s books about Italian artists, Brunellesci’s Dome and Michelangelo and the Pope’s Ceiling.  Given that Renaissance Italy is more historically interesting than early twentieth century Canada, we will probably not be reading his Defiant Spirits about Canada’s Group of Seven.

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