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Re: Last Supper wall?


Date: Mon Jul 29 2002 - 12:16:13 PDT

There is a great "coffee table" Leonardo book that HAS to have that in it,
I'd think. What about the Santa Maria delle Grazie, itself? Do they have a
website with the history of the last supper including the sandbagging during
the war, etc.?

What about books on 1 point perspective? Books that specialize in only
Italian Renaissance?

I'm sure you checked all of these . . . good luck!