Dianne Modestini (left) and Ashok Roy inspect the Naples copy of the Salvator Mundi in a scene from The Lost Leonardo. Photo: AP Dianne Modestini (left) and Ashok Roy inspect the Naples copy of the Salvator Mundi in a scene from The Lost Leonardo. Photo: AP
Dianne Modestini (left) and Ashok Roy inspect the Naples copy of the Salvator Mundi in a scene from The Lost Leonardo. Photo: AP
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Film The Lost Leonardo gives mysteries of the Salvator Mundi – that controversial US$450 million painting – the thriller treatment

  • The Salvator Mundi painting of Jesus Christ attributed to Leonardo da Vinci has been enveloped in intrigue ever since it was first acquired and restored
  • Bought at Christie’s for US$450 million in 2017 by the ruler of Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, it has not been seen in public since

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Dianne Modestini (left) and Ashok Roy inspect the Naples copy of the Salvator Mundi in a scene from The Lost Leonardo. Photo: AP Dianne Modestini (left) and Ashok Roy inspect the Naples copy of the Salvator Mundi in a scene from The Lost Leonardo. Photo: AP
Dianne Modestini (left) and Ashok Roy inspect the Naples copy of the Salvator Mundi in a scene from The Lost Leonardo. Photo: AP
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