1000-piece Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jesus could turn water into wine... But could he solve this 1000-piecer? 🤔

Step into the world of artistic brilliance and historical intrigue with Clementoni's Museum Collection's latest puzzle drop—the Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper jigsaw puzzle. Assembling the Leonardo da Vinci puzzle is not only an enjoyable pastime but also an immersive experience. Engage with da Vinci's artistic genius firsthand as you carefully reconstruct each brushstroke and bring the masterpiece to life. Discover the beauty, symbolism, and rich history behind Leonardo da Vinci's renowned masterpiece, The Last Supper.

Leonardo da Vinci employed an innovative technique called tempera and oil on plaster for The Last Supper, unlike the traditional fresco method. This technique allowed for greater detail and depth, but unfortunately, it caused the painting to deteriorate over time. The Last Supper depicts the emotional moment when Jesus reveals that one of his disciples will betray him. Leonardo masterfully captured the reactions and emotions of each disciple, immortalising their distinct personalities.

Unleash your inner art connoisseur and embark on the journey of assembling this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, showcasing the iconic Last Supper painting by Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Finished puzzle size: 69 x 50 cm
  • Box size: 28.1 x 5.5 x 37 cm
  • Officially licensed premium reproduction of The Last Supper mural by Enrique Cabrera and Leonardo da Vinci, 1495–1498
  • Strong high-quality puzzle pieces
  • Made from recycled board and printed with vegetable based ink

Is anyone else thinking that the table in the painting would make a good puzzle table? 🤔

Leonardo's attention to detail extended beyond the characters themselves. Look closely, and you'll find intricate symbolism throughout the painting. For instance, the four groups of three disciples each represent the twelve signs of the zodiac, symbolising cosmic harmony. One of Leonardo's most remarkable achievements in The Last Supper is his skillful use of perspective. The vanishing point is located at Christ's head, drawing the viewer's gaze towards the focal point and creating a sense of depth and space.

Once you complete this engaging puzzle and bask in the glory of da Vinci's masterpiece, we have an additional suggestion for you - frame it! A framed jigsaw puzzle can be a stunning piece of wall art that showcases both your puzzling prowess and appreciation for art.