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The Long Table | Leonardo da VinciBy Dent-de-Lion du Midi

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US$ 4,040



Giclée Print, Giclée fine art print on hahnemühle german etching 300gm² paper

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Dimensions: 63.5cm (H) x 127cm (W) / 25" (H) x 50" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Dent-de-Lion du Midi | Reimagine Art

Leonardo painted this masterpiece on the wall of the dining room in the refectory of the former Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

It is a huge painting, 4.60m by 8.80m, done in tempera and oil on a gypsum preparation, instead of the standard fresco technique commonly used in this era. It has not stood the test of time very well. Even before it was finished there were problems with the paint flaking off from the wall. Over the years it has crumbled, been vandalized, bombed in wartime, and recently lovingly restored.

We offer here a superior giclee fine art print, as close to the original as possible... which begs the question: what happened at The Long Table?

An original Series One print.

Series One prints feature our original artworks realised on exquisite Hahnemühle "German Etching" paper (300gm²) with handcrafted deckle edges. Each Reimagine Art Series One print is unique and one-of-a kind, and includes a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).

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Artist Profile

Born: 1957
Hometown: San Francisco
Based in: Switzerland

Master Artist Dent-de-Lion du Midi works in contemporary art, film, illustration, sculpture, literature and orchestral music. A classicist with a modern eye, his work explores the philosophical dichotomy between realism and myth. As a professional inventor, Dent-de-Lion holds numerous patents and was Director of Digital Research for LEGO, trailblazing projects …


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