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Rybolovlevs family trust was the seller on Wednesday night.Why didnt he leave the painting in its raw yet beautiful state after it was stripped down?But some experts say it's not a Leonardo at all, Daily Mail, 16 November 2017 a b c Johannes Nathan, Frank Zöllner, Leonardo da Vinci.Retrieved " Leonardo da Vinci, Painter at the Court of Milan, Leonardo da Vinci, Christ as Salvator Mundi, exhibition catalogue,.71, National Gallery, 9 November 20115 February 2012" (PDF).Secondly, the Salvator Mundi in its present state exhibits a strongly developed sfumato technique that corresponds more closely to the manner of a talented Leonardo pupil active in the 1520s than to the style of the master himself.13 36 Once it was cleaned and restored, the painting was compared with, and found superior to, twenty other versions of Salvator Mundi.The painting 'Salvador Mundi' is riscossione vincite scommesse sportive a half length figure of Jesus Christ.His own illegitimate son, Sir Charles Herbert Sheffield, 1st Baronet, auctioned the painting in 1763 along with other artworks from Buckingham House, when the building was sold to George III.Once owned by King Charles I of England, it disappeared from view until 1900, when it resurfaced and was acquired by a British collector.The painting was sold again in 1958 and then was acquired in 2005, badly damaged and partly painted-over, by a consortium of art dealers who paid less than 10,000 (7,600).There is speculation that da Vinci made it for the French royal family and that it was taken to England by Queen Henrietta Maria when she married King Charles I in 1625.Inpainting is the right way to describe what has occurred here retouching restricted to areas of loss."Only Leonardo da Vinci in private hands set to fetch 75m at auction".How the work looked at auction, when it became the worlds most expensive painting.Hes suggesting that a very pure Leonardo has been partly obscured."So what you've got in the Salvator Mundi Kemp states, "is really "a savior of the cosmos and this is a very Leonardesque transformation." 39 Leonardo da Vinci, Paris Manuscript D, Another aspect of Leonardo's painting Kemp studied was depth of field, or shallow focus.
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Photographs seem to show that, before it was touched up, it was all Leonardo, he says.
On that occasion, we felt that it would be of great interest to include Salvator Mundi in Leonardo da Vinci: Painter of the Court of Milan as a new discovery, as it was an important opportunity to test a new attribution by direct comparison with.