Young Leonardo 

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Authors Discover a Full-Scale Canvas of The Last Supper. Painted by the Master and his Associates, making this the Most Exciting da Vinci Revelation in the Last Decade. Authors also uncovered a strong link between the Last Supper in Milan and the fresco painted on the opposite wall. Today, no one disputes the genius of Leonardo da Vinci or the impact of his Milanese masterpiece, The Last Supper. But few know that only about 20 percent of Leonardo’s original fresco remains. Most experts are resigned to the same conclusion: we no longer know what the painting that ushered in the age of the High Renaissance looked like…or do we? In an extraordinary revelation, the authors of the new book Young Leonardo: The Evolution of a Revolutionary Artist, 1472-1499, argue the opposite. Prof. Jean-Pierre Isbouts, an art historian, and Christopher Heath Brown, an art connoisseur, discovered that a life-size canvas of the Last Supper in a remote Belgian monastery was actually painted by Leonardo and his studio, showing us exactly what the original Last Supper looked like.

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