Andy Warhol’s last work is the monumental cycle The Last Supper, where he used a commercial reproduction of Da Vinci’s famous mural painting to create more than 60 silkscreens, paintings, and works on paper. The cycle was commissioned by the Greek gallerist and collector Alexander Iolas, for and exhibition at Palazzo Stelline in Milan, opposite the Santa Maria delle Grazie church housing the original Last Supper.
For the 30th anniversary of the death of Andy Warhol (1928-1987), part of the cycle is temporarily back in Milan and on display at the Museo del Novecento.
please see Museo del Novecento
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