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Gaston Goyette, famed ecclesiastical artist, winds up two months' work -- at 10 hours a day -- on a painting copied from da Vinci's Last Supper, which will be placed above the main altar of St. Gregory's Church in Dorchester

Gaston Goyette, famed ecclesiastical artist, winds up two months' work -- at 10 hours a day -- on a painting copied from da Vinci's Last Supper, which will be placed above the main altar of St. Gregory's Church in Dorchester

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Title:
Gaston Goyette, famed ecclesiastical artist, winds up two months' work -- at 10 hours a day -- on a painting copied from da Vinci's Last Supper, which will be placed above the main altar of St. Gregory's Church in Dorchester
Date:
November 9, 1953
Format:
Photographs
Genre:
Film negatives
Portrait photographs
Location:
Boston Public Library
Print Department
Collection (local):
Brearley Collection
Subjects:
Painters (Artists)
Murals
Painting
Last Supper
Extent:
1 photograph : film negative ; sheet 10 x 13 cm (4 x 5 format)
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Notes (acquisition):
Gift; John Booras
Notes (date):
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Notes:
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Additional information accompanying item: Goyette, Gaston paints copy of da Vinci's Last Supper. Nov. 9-53
Identifier:
18_11_002300