Last Supper

  • Artist:
    Victor Bregeda
  • Title:
    Last Supper
  • Original Medium:
    Oil on canvas
  • Original Size:
    24 x 30 in
  • Availability:
    Print Edition; Original

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Last Supper was recently on display at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, TX. Over the years, Victor Bregeda created many profound depictions of faith. This artwork stands out as one of the most astonishing portrayals of contemporary Christian symbolism.

The painting is centered on the Communion table. The twelve disciples are pictured as vessels, the ancient amphoras that are soon to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Their broken handles and leaning positions symbolize the imperfect nature of men. Jesus is notably absent from the table. Instead, His presence is much bigger.

In the background, Bregeda opens up another dramatic scene that is filled with the host of countless heavenly creatures as described in Revelation 5:11 – “Then I looked and heard the voice of many angels, numbering thousands upon thousands, and ten thousand times ten thousand. They encircled the throne and the living creatures and the elders.”

In a dramatic fashion, the angels form a pattern that reveals the image of the Savior. Christ is ever-present, not only with His disciples, but with anyone who is willing to follow Him.

The vivid storyline is further amplified by stunning colors and the incredible amount of detail.

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