New York art dealer Robert Simon, along with another gallerist, Alexander Parrish paid US$10,000 for the da Vinci masterpiece at an estate auction in 2005. Photo: HandoutNew York art dealer Robert Simon, along with another gallerist, Alexander Parrish paid US$10,000 for the da Vinci masterpiece at an estate auction in 2005. Photo: Handout
New York art dealer Robert Simon, along with another gallerist, Alexander Parrish paid US$10,000 for the da Vinci masterpiece at an estate auction in 2005. Photo: Handout

Meet the man who found the da Vinci that sold for a record US$450 million

Robert Simon describes how he found the Salvator Mundi at a small Louisana auction in 2005 and brought the Saviour back to life. The last Leonardo painting discovered was in 1909

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New York art dealer Robert Simon, along with another gallerist, Alexander Parrish paid US$10,000 for the da Vinci masterpiece at an estate auction in 2005. Photo: HandoutNew York art dealer Robert Simon, along with another gallerist, Alexander Parrish paid US$10,000 for the da Vinci masterpiece at an estate auction in 2005. Photo: Handout
New York art dealer Robert Simon, along with another gallerist, Alexander Parrish paid US$10,000 for the da Vinci masterpiece at an estate auction in 2005. Photo: Handout
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