The refectory is the only part of this vast convent complex which can be visited, that belongs to the Nuns of Foligno, from whom it takes its name. The fresco of the Last Supper seems to be a work by a number of artists who were linked to Perugino to whom the design is attributed. It was realized at the end of the fifteenth century, with a typical Umbrian style, above all in the landscape detail at the top. There are also other frescoes on display here, which were originally located in other parts of the convent, and were made by Bicci di Lorenzo in the first half of the 14th Century.
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