Since buying ‘Salvator Mundi’, Prince Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al-Saud has been keeping its whereabouts under wraps.
‘Salvator Mundi’ won’t be part of this year’s Leonardo da Vinci show in Paris, and the owner isn’t all that keen to let too many people have a look.
When the unveiling of Leonardo Da Vinci’s restored ‘Salvator Mundi’ was cancelled last month, people began to suspect that the painting was a fake.
As investigators probe Saudi’s Prince Bader’s expenditures, it has become clear that the guy who preaches pro-austerity at home doesn’t seem to practice it himself.
After the record-breaking sale of the controversial Salvator Mundi went through last month, everyone’s been wondering exactly who snapped it up.
Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” smashed records when it sold on auction last week, but it’s also made some in the art world turn a little ugly.
Referred to as the Holy Grail of the Old Masters, a Leonardo da Vinci painting was auctioned yesterday for a pretty penny. We’re talking very pretty.
After disappearing from the public eye for a couple of centuries, one of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpieces is set to go up for auction today.