The National Gallery Declared ‘Salvator Mundi’ to Be a ‘Signature’ da Vinci. The Experts It Consulted Weren’t So Sure, a New Book Reveals

Further doubts are being cast on Salvator Mundi, the $450 million painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci that has not been seen in public since its record breaking sale at Christie’s in 2017. According to claims in a new book, London’s National Gallery played down scholarly doubts about whether … Read entire story.

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