LEONARDO DA VINCI, "THE LAST SUPPER": FROM JESUS TO JUDAS

     There exists an interesting philosophical story on how Leonardo da Vinci painted Jesus and Judas images at  "The Last Supper" fresco. These were the two characters to whom the artist assigned the major role in the composition, and the artist responsibly approached to the choice of models for these figures. Finally he managed to find a model for the image of Christ among young choirmen.
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FRAMING: HOW TO FRAME A PAINTING?

     The word "framing" originates from French "baguette", which means "stick, lath". There are several types of framing depending on the material of construction, profile shape and features of surface finishing.
     Traditionally, framing is manufactured of wood. The most expensive, longeval and heavy picture frames are made of hardwood: oak, ash tree, pear tree, cherry tree.
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