However, he did give it a less dangerous name: Feast in the House of Levi. The Feast in the House of Levi was the last in a series of monumental banquet-paintings by Veronese, that included The Wedding Feast at Cana (1563, Louvre, Paris) and Supper in the House of Gregory the Great (1572, Monte Berico, Vicenza). 1573, Galleria della Academia, Venice. In 1573 Veronese was commissioned to paint a Last Supper for the convent of San Giovanni e Paolo. He promised to replace the dog by Mary Magdalene and to remove the Germans. Feast in the House of Levi by Paolo Veronese is a museum quality oil painting reproduction, 100% hand-painted on canvas. Gift of the Republic of Venice to Louis XIV, 1664. Feast in the House of Levi.

Veronese showed some remorse and was duly acquitted. Placed in Hercules Salon at Versailles in 1712.

Paolo Caliari, Il Veronese. But Veronese must have felt that the power of the Inquisition was limited in Venice, because he never touched the work again.

Provenance: Painted for the refectory of the Servites in Venice, circa 1570. Title: The Feast in the House of Simon the Pharisee Creator: Paolo Veronese Date Created: 1570 Physical Dimensions: w9740 x h4540 mm Type: Painting Medium: Oil on canvas Style: Italian painting, 16th century, Biblical feast. All our oil paintings are free worldwide shipping, 90-day Money-back Guarantee. Italian, Venetian, 1528-1588 .