Leonardo and the Last Supper

The author of the celebrated Brunelleschi’s Dome turns his attentions to Leonardo da Vinci, who  seems in historical hindsight an unstoppable genius predestined for fame. But Ross King reveals that the multitalented artist and inventor was as plagued by doubts, misfortunes, and setbacks as any modern striver. Centering around The Last Supper as Leonardo’s make-or-break moment, Ross’s narrative reframes the godlike artist as a fully and truly human.