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When last year I saw a work of art, it made a deep impression on me, as no picture, mural before. It was like an emotional shock, a feeling came over me, compared to which all other things of the world receded into the background, everything became unimportant in the room, we were 15 minutes, all the time I have spontaneously flowed tears when we left the church, we still had the continuation of the tour through the ancient Milan, but I was not able to perceive anything ... I read a lot of reviews and some people have been exactly the same emotions they associated with namolennye place and half the other fantastic things .. . I thought that the Italians could use some truketti, type allowed near the low-frequency waves to make people worry)). no confirmation of this, I have not yet found ... and in the end, thinking rationally, he explained it this way. All I've seen before, or was the picture painted at some small canvas or fresco. Here we are confronted with the fact that it is something in between. Because this work is enormous, it takes the whole wall of the refectory, but at the same time it is not a fresco, as he wrote on dry plaster. This allowed Leonardo to use all its subtle skill as much time as he needed. Otherwise, the same occurs with the fresco technique, the time limited by the drying of plaster ... The result is a feeling that you pierce the veil of time and got there and became an unwitting witness to this scene. Ie, all very real, so as if you look at a huge window!
Some of the famous people when looking at the Last Supper said: "One can see that the picture wrote an Italian!"
My question is: why? (Answer cheerful)))
Well, just I offer to share their knowledge on this masterpiece.