Leonardo da Vinci Essay | Da Vinci's Expression of Faith Through Art

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Da Vinci's Expression of Faith Through Art

Summary: Leonardo Da Vinci used his personal beliefs to bring new interpretations to established religious themes in his art. This can be seen in his famous painting "The Last Supper," in which he portrays details in a manner inconsistent with previous conceptions of Jesus' last meal with His disciples.
Leonardo Da Vinci expresses his religious beliefs through his paintings which have been world known and even so today become a major attraction which depicts the values and morals of the Christian religion through the paintings itself. Although he was commissioned to produce these paintings, they are nonetheless able to express their art in a religious sense which has become a principal belief for Christians world wide.

Leonardo Da Vinci expresses his religious belief through his many artworks. One of which contains a great significance to the Christian belief is `the last Supper' (1498, tempera on plaster, 460 x 880cm). Leonardo was able to convey an impression and message which relied various sources such as the bible. As artists did, he rearranged a scene in order to better convey his own thoughts and feelings on the religious subject . Leonardo attempted to portray his painting in...

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