Milan is perhaps most celebrated for housing Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper.’ On this 3 hour Last Supper Painting Tour, in the company of a local art historian or expert, we will delve deep into the subject of Leonardo, his life and works, the city that made him and, of course, the iconic masterpiece. This tour focuses almost entirely on da Vinci and his relationship to the city, with a visit to the Last Supper and Santa Maria delle Grazie as well as the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana Museum. We’ll also spend time admiring the exterior of the Duomo as we talk about Leonardo’s role in the construction of this formidable structure. This tour is ideal for anyone with a keen eye for art looking for a deeper understanding of one of Italy’s greatest geniuses, Leonardo da Vinci.
- Small group Last Supper Painting Tour
- Visits the Last Supper and Santa Maria delle Grazie
- Led by an art historian or local expert
Viewing the Last Supper Painting
Perusing the Pinacoteca
Leonardo and Milan
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Cesare has a degree in art history, and his main field of research is art techniques, especially stained glass. He is a licensed tour guide tour guide since 2007, and the main aim of his work is bringing back to life the old stones and giving voice to the past. Speeches and lesson about art and history, created for group of amateurs or for companies who look for an inspirational figure from the past, are also part of his job. Beside his work he has an intense activity as a choir singer and he is also a draftsman and illustrator.
Fiamma received a degree in History of Art from the Università degli Studi di Milano and has worked as a professional tour guide in Milan since 2012. Her career choice was based on her deep passion for her city and its heritage, mostly unknown to the locals themselves. She is particularly interested in the urban development of the city and its many changes and evolutions, since the ancient Roman age up to our modern times. Fiamma is also an official guide of the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo of Milan. In addition to her passion for Milan and its art, she is also interested in theatre and an amateur actress.
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