Art/ Collection/ Art Object

The Last Supper

Date:
second half of the 16th century
Culture:
South Netherlandish or German
Medium:
Copper alloy, the obverse gilt, the reverse with a reddish brown patina and remnants of solder in the corners.
Dimensions:
6.6 x 10.7 cm, wt. 133.42 g.
Classification:
Plaquettes
Credit Line:
Robert Lehman Collection, 1975
Accession Number:
1975.1.1361
Not on view
Robert Lehman, New York
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