Abstract
This work, with many layers of meaning, was seen by some (a view most likely lost with the passage of time) as suggesting John Hejduk surrounded by his disciples. This and the loss of the original painting’s single-point perspective required the knife be white matching the plaster cast hands, not silver, lest it become the focal point of the presentation resulting in unintended readings.
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The Position of the Hands in Leonardo da Vinci’s Painting of the Last Supper
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