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February 9, 1498: the Unveiled Last Supper. At Santa Maria delle Grazie, Leonardo in high definition

A meeting on the masterpiece, which has made the Lombard City world famous: The Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper couldn’t fail to be part of the cycle of conferences dedicated to the History of Milan, organized by the Administration of Culture of the City of Milan and the Publisher Laterza. 

The ever fascinating topic, entrusted to one of highest experts of Leonardo, Prof. Pietro Cesare Marani, was treated with the aid of the digital image realized by the team of Haltadefinizione, which was displayed on a 20 mq maxi-screen. The public crowding the Basilica enjoyed a stirring aesthetic experience, which is normally available to experts only. Following the Prof. Marani’s words, it could be possible to view the Leonardo’s masterpiece in a enthralling way, appreciating the tiniest details the last twenty-year restoration disclosed.