The photograph was given Leonardo Da Vinci "Salvator Mundi" It has disappeared and no one knows where it is, uncertainty holds the world of the arts under suspicion.
Staff welcomed Louvre Museum branch in the united Arab Emirates who did not know where the painting is from Leonardo da Vinci, which was bought for over 450 million dollars in 2017 and has been awarded to a deferred exhibition.
A New York Times report stated that staff at the Louvre in Abu Dhabi don't know where the painting is. The work was part of a display planned for September last year but was postponed until it had now died.
The mystery of all, both the authorities in Louvre and the government is the United Arab Emirates.
According to the Times, the Department of Culture and Tourism of Abu Dhabi refuses to make statements on the subject.
The report considers that the owner may have the photograph, Saudi Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan Al Saud. However, the consultations with Sheikh's environment did not light the enigma anymore.
Named in Spanish as "the World Savior", the painting is an oil painting of 45 x 66 cm, painted around 1500. It shows Jesus on his back. A decoration in a Renaissance tunic which gathers a blessing with one hand and the other a crystal range.
In 2017 a million Saudi paid the figure of 450.3 million dollars for the picture. The prince bought it, presumably as the star of the Louvre in Abu Dhabi. That's why it is very strange that it is the owner who has hidden it.
For several experts, the origin of the work was not sufficiently substantiated. Experts believe a Leonardo hand "Salvator Mundi" is thought to have originated, but from some members of his workshop.
In 2011 the national gallery placed Leonardo the paint when he submitted it to a temporary exhibition about the painter. However, there were a number of complaints about that decision.
The "Salvator Mundi" jurors include historian Frank Zöllner, the expert who has the key for the Leonardo catalog, which is currently assessing his latest 31 painting, with work like Mona Lisa. For Zöllner "The most expensive picture in history" "a high level result of Leonardo's workshop is" or even a fan later.
Matthew Landrus, a historian of the University of Oxford and an expert in the Renaissance potential arguing that the painting as the work of Bernardino Luini, a Leonardo helper, is his workshop.
When the doubts rose, the Louvre in Abu Dhabi remained silent and did not accept evidence and evidence that the painting was within the terms of Leonardo's authority.
The story of the "outing" is known to us, and people who are suspicious of it actually move with the Louvre to avoid "humility" while recognizing that it is not a picture of the relationship of the t list.