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Last Suppers in Florence
Last Suppers

Ghirlandaio's Last Supper
The Last Supper in the large refectory of the Ognissanti convent is by Domenico Ghirlandaio (1480). The "sinopia" of the fresco can also be seen.

- Borgognissanti, 42. Tel. 2396802
- Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays
- Hours 9-12am - Entrance free.

Perugino's Crucifixion
- Borgo Pinti, 58 - Tel. 2478420
- Hours 9-12am - 17-19pm
- Entrance L.4.000.

Foligno Conservatory
In the refectory of the ex-convent of the Franciscan tertiaries of S. Onofrio, known as Fuligno, the artist Perugino painted his Last Supper (c. 1495). This particular Last Supper is characterized by a bright Umbrian background. The figures seem to have been executed by the artist's assistants.

- Via Faenza,42 - Tel. 23885
- Visits by appointment only.

S. Apollonia Last Supper
Above this Last Supper is the "Crucifixion", "Deposition" and "Resurrection" by Andrea del Castagno (c.1450).
Museo del Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia, (in the refectory of the convent of Sant'Apollonia).

- Via XXVII Aprile, 1 - Tel. 23885
- Hours 9am-2pm - Holidays 9am-lpm
- Closed on Mondays - Entrance free.

Andrea del Sarto Last Supper
In the old refectory of the Vallombrosan Abbey on the outskirts of Florence, Andrea del Sarto painted the life-like Last Supper , his most spectacular masterpiece and "one of the most beautiful paintings in the world". The Last Supper was begun in 1519 and was finished between 1526 and 1527.

- Via S. Salvi, 16 - Tel. 23885
- Hours 9am-2pm - Closed on Mondays
- Entrance L.4.000.

Scalzo Cloisters
- Via Cavour, 69 - Tel.2388604
- Hours: Monday and Thursday 9am-lpm
- Entrance free.

S. Spirito Last Supper
A fragment of the Last Supper . Above it stands the scene of the "Crucifixion" by A. Orcagna (c.1370).
Florence, refectory of Santo Spirito. Fondazione Romano.

- P.za S. Spirito - Tel. 287043
- Weekdays 10am-lpm - Hols. 9am-lpm
- Closed on Mondays - Entrance L.3.000.

S. Marco Last Supper
This fresco by Domenico Ghirlandaio representing the Last Supper (c. 1482) decorates the small refectory of the Domenican convent of San Marco.

- P.za S. Marco, 1 - Tel. 23885
- Hours 9am-2pm - Closed on Mondays
- Entrance L. 6.000.

Calza Last Supper
The convent where Franciabigio painted the whole back wall with a representation of the Last Supper (1514) used to be called S. Giovanni alla Porta di San Pier Gattolino. Its current name derives from the hood worn by the monks.

- P.za della Calza, 6 - Tel. 222287
- Visits by appointment only
- Hours 3.30-4.30pm

Cenacolo di Santa Croce
The Last Supper by Taddeo Gaddi (c.1340). Above it are the "Tree of the Cross" and other scenes. Fresco. Previously attribued to Giotto, it is perhaps the first great representation of the "Last Supper" in Florence.

Florence, Museo dell'Opera di Santa Croce in the great hall of the 14th century ex-refectory.

- P.za S. Croce, 16 -Tel. 244619
- Hours 10am-12.30pm - 15-17pm
- Closed on Wednesdays - Entrance L. 3.000.

The Cenacolo of the Badia at Passignano.
The first of the great representations of the Last Supper by D. Ghirlandaio (1476).

Florence, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Badia di Passignano.

More information available at the Tourist Information Offices:

Piazza Stazione - Tel: +39-55-212.245
Chiasso dei Baroncelli - Tel: +39-55-230.2033
Via Cavour, 1/r - Tel: 39-55-290.832
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