Leonardo’s Shadow by Christopher Grey

Atheneum Books for Young Readers/Simon & Schuster: NY, 2006.
For 2 years Leonardo da Vinci has been living off credit. That’s how long it’s been since he contracted to paint The Last Supper, his greatest painting, on the wall of Santa Maria delle Grazie. There is barely anything on the wall. Why? Is he in a battle of wills with his patron, the Duke of Milan? Is something more important than painting on his mind? How long does he think he can continue without painting the wall? To be sure, their relationship is complex, but who does Leonardo think he is?


One Response to “Leonardo’s Shadow by Christopher Grey”

  1. Dan C. Says:

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