Leonardo da Vinci used linear perspective to construct a very similar space of the Last Supper (4.45). It was, above all, the measurable quality of the space created through linear perspective that intrigued Renaissance artists.
The last supper depicts the final gathering of Jesus Christ with his disciples, The Passover meal they shared before Jesus was brought to trail and crucified. Leonardo captures a particular moment in the story, as related in the Gospel book of Matthew in the Bible. Jesus, shown at the center of the composition, he just said to his followers: “One of you shall betray me”. The disciples, Matthew tells us, “were exceeding sorrowful, and began every one of them to say unto him, Lord, is it I?”
In Leonardo’s portrayal, each of the disciples reacts differently to the terrible prediction. Some are shocked, some are dismayed, some puzzled- but only one , only Judas, knows that, indeed, it is he. Falling back from Jesus’ words, the traitor Judas, seated fourth from the left with his elbow on the table, clutches a bag containing thirty pieces of silver, his price for handing over his leader to the authorities. Painted on a monastery wall in Milan. Lodovico Sforza chose Leonardo to create “The Last Supper” in the refectory of the Dominican Church of S. Maria delle Grazie in Milan. The Abate of the S. Maria delle Grazie saw Leonardo work from morning until night on “The Last Supper without eating. Although, ther was