|The Last Supper, 1495-98, Leonardo da Vinci|
|The Last Supper (detail), Leonardo|
|The Last Supper, 1442, Fra Angelico|
|The Last supper, 1360, Taddeo Gaddi|
|The Last Supper, 1447, Andrea del Castagno|
|The Last Supper, 1480, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Church of Ognissanti, Florence|
|Last Supper, 1520-25, Andrea del Sarto, Florence|
|The Last Supper, 1685, Simon Ushakov|
The 16th Century--
|The Last Supper, 16th Century, Tintoretto, San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice|
|17th Century Last Supper|
|An 18th century Last Supper|
|A 19th century Last Supper|
And finally this 20th century image which seems to have been influenced somewhat by Hollywood's idea of Christ's final meal with his apostles.
|A 20th Century Last Supper (20th Century Fox perhaps?)|
I found the Postmodern sculpture of beach sand seeking to convey the same mental and emotional meaning as Fra Angelico more than 500 years ago (replete with the perplexing crowded table).
|A 21st century Postmodern Last Supper sculptured in beach sand.|
|The Last Supper, 1956, Salvador Dali|
|Last Supper, Sacro Monte di Varallo, Italy|
Incidentally, often lumped in with last suppers, though quite apart from them scripturally, is Jesus' Supper at Emmaus, seen first by the Italian artist, Caravaggio (below), and a century later by the Dutch artist, Rembrandt van Rijn (bottom).