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Nelli’s Last Supper inspires questions | The Florentine

LABSN Editor’s Note: In honor of National Women’s Month I’m posting this very interesting piece about a 14th century woman artist. Women artists in general do not receive the accolades they deserve, and early women artists are all but unknown outside of the art academia community. I hope you enjoy this article, and notice at the end there is a link to a crowd-funding effort to restore this masterpiece. If you can, help out.

Jane Fortune considers Plautilla Nelli’s Last Supper, the largest painted work in the world by an early female artist

Source: Nelli’s Last Supper inspires questions | The Florentine

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