How often does it happen that you are just walking by someplace then you discover something really amazing? Rarely, right? I was just going through my photo library and saw "The Picture" I clicked of "The Last Supper" by Franz De Cleyn, an artist who was the court painter to King James I.
While, we were waiting in the long queue to enter Windsor Palace, Windsor, Berkshire, UK, I thought to to explore the surroundings of this beautiful vibrant town. As I crossed the Windsor Parish Church of St John The Baptist, I read the board it had outside which mentioned "Do not miss the following items in the Church" and at number 1 it said "The painting of The Last Supper by Franz De Cleyn, court painter to King James I. I remember reading about it in the history books, how can I miss the opportunity to see it in real?