Leonardo but also Basquiat, Pollock and Currin: the power of the record sale hides a host of unsold major artworks

    It will have escaped no one, thanks to the huge scale of the media shockwaves across the globe, that on 15 November Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” was sold at auction for a sum never before officially attained for an artwork: 450.3 million dollars. Let’s not forget that we’re talking about an authentic … Continue reading Leonardo but also Basquiat, Pollock and Currin: the power of the record sale hides a host of unsold major artworks