Environmental activists in England have included themselves in the picture
In London, the capital of England, environmental activists taped to a copy of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous work, Jesus’ Last Meal.
Environmental activists in England signed a campaign that made a lot of noise… Activists from the environmental organization Just Stop Oil taped themselves in front of a work at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
Standing in front of a giant copy of world-renowned artist and scientist Leonardo da Vinci’s famous 16th-century work, The Last Supper, the protesters taped the work’s frame.
The day before they had protested outside Constable’s legendary The Hay Wain at the Royal Academy and damaged the work.
Protesters ahead of “Jesus’ Last Meal” included Jessica Agar, Tristan Strange and Lucy Porter. Activists also wrote the slogan “There is no new oil” on the wall below the plant. The 6 meter long piece shows Jesus’ apostle and a disciple who betrayed him.