The painting is a single image, even though it is set on three levels, even though there are crowds of disciples and many angels, even though the pale blue light of the earthly sky is set against the glowing light above, the light of heaven.
This work has the presence of women.
The work done by da Vinci is bright with lighter colors, and you can tell it takes place during the day. Although the two painting is based on the same biblical event, there are differences among the two paintings. The table of the last supper is not symmetrical and is drawn at an angel, almost as if the end of the table is disappearing into the shadows.
Because of the time it was createdit exhibits styles encouraged by the Church such as appealing to the emotions by exaggerating and dramatizing the subject in the artwork. Although both are Christian denominations, each side argued over different fundamentals of the Bible and social control of the people.
This late 15th-century painting is a religion icon and depicts Jesus Christ and his 12 disciples at their last supper before Jesus was sent off to get crucified. Although it's about the same general subject, there are several contrasts between the two in regards to form, content, styles, and subject matter.
Stories from the Bible was often used to demonstrated his faith. Jesus stands out from everyone else in the painting not only because of the large glow around his head but also his clothes are brightly lit from head to toe.
He depicted in his drawings, with scientific precision and consummate artistry, subjects ranging from flying machines to caricatures.