The Last Supper Pablo Picasso Style
In Pablo Picasso’s interpretation of “The Last Supper,” the iconic scene is deconstructed into a cubist composition. The figures of Jesus and his apostles are fragmented into angular planes and distorted shapes, creating a sense of chaos and movement within the static image.
The colours used in the print are bold and vivid, with shades of blue, green, red, and yellow intermingling with one another. Despite the fractured nature of the composition, there is still a sense of order and balance present in the print. The central figure of Jesus, though distorted, is clearly visible and serves as an anchor point for the eye.
Overall, Picasso’s interpretation of “The Last Supper” is a striking and unconventional take on a familiar subject. Through his use of cubist techniques, he transforms the scene into something new and dynamic, challenging the viewer to see it in a fresh and exciting way.
Printed on thick 260gsm premium art paper using specialist large format inkjet machine that ensure an extraordinarily detailed reproduction that will stand up to even the most critical inspection.
These come with a thin, standard 5mm white border on the sides.
Available in Satin and Gloss Finish, in poster sizes A1, A2, A3 and A4.
Printed in the UK
A2 – 42 x 59.4cm
A1 – 59.4 x 84.1cm
Note: These go into production after the order is received, so please allow additional 3-4 days over our standard delivery times