Eating Art: The Last Supper
Restaurateur and art collector Oliver Peyton visits the hometowns of great artists and samples the food and drink that inspired their works. While Da Vinci’s famous The Last Supper is certainly the most well-known depiction, it’s not the first. Oliver explores the earliest known portrayal, which dates back to the 6th century, AD.
60-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance
Jan 3 at 4:30am ET/PT
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