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Saudi prince involved in Rs 3,345 crore crash; The male Mona Lisa was not painted by Da Vinci


  • The painting went under the hammer in 2017 for Rs 3345 crore
  • In 2005, the painting was valued at just $ 1,175
  • Until now, it was said that ‘Salvatore Mundi’ was painted by Da Vinci

The cost of a painting is 3345 crores. That too is the highest price you can get for a painting in the world. This amount was used for the painting ‘Salvatore Mundi’, known as Leonardo da Vinci. The film was last sold at an auction in 2017. It is said that Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman bought the painting for gold. If the painting was bought by a prince, he has got lame work. The latest report is that the male monolith was not painted by Da Vinci. Museum officials have downplayed the value of the film.

For a long time, this painting was known as a painting by Da Vinci. The portrait of Christ was auctioned in 2017 for $ 450 million. But now the Prado Museum has downgraded the film. Museum officials say the painting was not painted by Da Vinci, but was overseen by Da Vinci.

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It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. In 2005, a New York-based art dealer bought the film for just $ 1,175. However, the value of the film was heightened when many British experts argued that ‘Salvatore Mundi’ was a painting of the long-missing Da Vinci. The Russian billionaire sold for $ 127.5 million at an auction in 2011.

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Salvatore Mundi became the most expensive painting in history to be auctioned off in New York in 2017 for a record $ 450 million. The name of Badar bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan Al Saud, who was not well known in the Saudi royal family, appears in the place of the official purchaser.

But U.S. officials say Prince Badr was used as a replacement for Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Riyadh has consistently denied allegations that the real owner of the film is Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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