Andy Warhol’s The Last Supper, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper
Another of Da Vinci’s most famous paintings, his mural The Last Supper has been an endless source of inspiration for artists and pop-culture parodists. But it’s Andy Warhol who elevated this depiction of Jesus’ last meal with his disciples to pop art iconography. The brainchild of an art dealer, Alexander Iolas, his Last Supper paintings were commissioned by and hung in a Milanese bank. Appropriately enough, they also comprised Warhol’s last series.