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The Last Supper: 35 Pieces of Art

 
Anandajit Ray (Author) Anant Agarwal (Author) Ors. (Author)
Synopsis

The enduring power of a great work of art lies in its ability to find a home in our imagination, where it will always retain a measure of freshness and mystery, even as its physical self fights a losing battle against time and decay. Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper epitomizes this paradox.

Whether rendered in oil on canvas or board, as prints, sculpture, or even as reproductions on tiles, da Vinci’s legendary painting, The Last Supper, continues to inspire artists from around the world centuries after it was painted in situ at the refectory of the Dominican monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan.

The thirty-six Indian artists represented in this book, too, have come under its spell. They span several generations, have evolved distinctive styles, inhabit varied geographical locations, and work in a variety of media-whether it’s Himmat Shah’s larger-than-life Jesus or Vaikuntam’s ethnic transposal of the protagonists, Madhvi Parekh’s vibrant folk evocation or Krishen Khanna’s masterful literary interpretation. As Ranjit Hoskote says in his introduction, ‘the spiritual impulse that animated da Vinci’s painting has travelled long distances in space and time: it assumes, and will continue to assume, unpredictable avatars’.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Last Supper: 35 Pieces of Art
Format Hardcover
Date published: 23.03.2019
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Aleph Book Company
Language: English
isbn 9789388292290
length 96p.