The "Last Supper" Display 

In 1498 Leonardo DiVinci created what is arguably one of the most inspired works of art ever to be painted; The Last Supper". It's masterful depiction of Jesus with his disciples at the creation of the communion covenant is an eternal reminder of the promise of salvation that exists for everyone who believes in the Lord.

In 1950, inspirited by this work, famed wax sculpture Katherine Sturbergh set about to recreate this vision in a full size three dimensional dioramas that would bring this pivotal moment in Christianity to life.

The result was a masterpiece of sculpture and setting that has delighted and touched the lives of the thousands who have had the opportunity to view it.

The Christian Arts Museum is proud to be the permanent home to this important piece of art and hopes its message will continue to touch lives for generations to come.


To learn more, click on one of the following subjects:

The Artist

The History of the "Last Supper" Display 

The "Last Supper" Photo Gallery