Early Copies of Last Supper
Copies of the Last Supper in the Basilica of St. Lorenzo, Milan. Attributed to Antonio della Corna, end of sec. XV.
Giovanni Pietro Birago, Ultima Cena, 1500 circa
Tapestry Flemish manufacture, Vatican Museums, dated from Laure Fagnart between 1505 and 1515
A sketch for a copy of St. Germain l'Auxerrois, Paris - beginning of 1500. Once thought to be Bramatino in 1503
Cesare Magni , Last Supper , 1520, Milan, Pinacoteca di Brera
Hermitage, St. Petersburg anonymous Lombard , c. Second half of the sixteenth century)
Last Supper , an abbey Abbey, Belgium -attributed to an anonymous Flemish or Andrea Solario .
Pinacoteca di Brera. Attributed to Marco d'Oggiono in an inventory of 1650, but now believed byanonymous Milanese century. XVI
Church of Sant'Ambrogio, Capriasca.
Anonymous or possibly Pietro Marani, Cesare da Sesto Isidoro Marcionetti, formerly attributed to Giampietrino.
'One of the the earliest copies of ' The Last Supper , one painted by Marco d'Oggiono the beginning of the sixteenth century (now owned by the Louvre but exposed to the castle of Ecouen in France).'
Tullio Lombardo , Last Supper , Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice, dating from the late fifteenth century
'Church of the Friars Minor in Vienna, commissioned in 1809 by Napoleon Bonaparte during his stay in that city, and based on the drawing "from life" by Giuseppe Bossi. '
The Last Supper, ca. 1520, by Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli, called Giampietrino), after Leonardo da Vinci, oil on canvas, currently in the collection of The Royal Academy of Arts, London