After witnessing centuries of life in the courts of kings, what would Leonardo's Salvator Mundi now make of our digital world? Take a minute to enjoy this new spot for auction house Christie’s which promotes the upcoming sale of a long-lost Leonardo da Vinci painting by not showing it at all.
You too can discover why this painting has made such an impression on those who have studied it. Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi is on view to the public at Christie’s in New York on Saturday 11 November (10am-5pm); Sunday 12 November (1pm-5pm); Monday 13 November (10am-5pm), Tuesday 14 November (10am-5pm); and Wednesday 15 November (10 am-12pm). It will then be offered at auction in the Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 15 November.
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