(b. 1518, Venezia, d. 1594, Venezia)

Last Supper

c. 1570
Oil on canvas, 228 x 535 cm
San Polo, Venice

The communion, openly, is in both species. The traitor, a purse hanging from his belt, performs an act of charity. The donor-viewer is seriously puzzled.AMbiguity and disguise inform this, the most complex of Tintoretto's Last Suppers.