Item 2017.010.08.09 - The Last Supper (Lenticular post card)

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The Last Supper (Lenticular post card)

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2017.010.08.09

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  • 1969 (Creation)
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    Manhattan Post Card Publishing Company

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1 postcard : stereoscopic lenticular picture postcard ; 16.2 x 12 cm

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Item is a postcard reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper painting made with the Xograph three-dimensional printing process, a proprietary lenticular process in which parallel strips create the illusion of three dimensions when looking at the image from different angles. This card is part of the 3-D Collector Series published by the Manhattan Post Card Publishing Co.

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Collected by Wilhelm E. Nassau and donated to the Ryerson University Library and Archives by Wilfrid Laurier University in 2011.

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From the Wilhelm E. Nassau/Wilfrid Laurier University donation, accession number 2011.018. Moved to the Historical Photographic Processes collection in 2017.

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