“Buyer of the most expensive in the history of Da Vinci’s paintings, was the Saudi Prince

Buyer of Leonardo Da Vinci’s “the Savior of the world”, sold at Christie’s auction in new York for $450 million, apparently, is Saudi Prince Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al Saud, told The New York Times.

Bader – friend of the crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, conducts business in the field of recycling, he’s 32.

Meanwhile on Wednesday, a newly created art Museum “Louvre Abu Dhabi” announced on Twitter that put up in his exhibition “the Savior of the world”. Any details when this was announced.

Piece brush Da Vinci, belonging to the Russian businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev, has become the most expensive piece of art ever sold at auction. Masterpiece, Dating from around the year 1500, is among the less than 20 surviving works by the Italian artist.

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