Will Leonardo's 'Salvator Mundi' be sold?

February 24 2017

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Bloomberg reports that the Russian collector Dmitry Rybolovlev has begun to sell some significant works from his collection, some of them at hefty losses. Thre works sold so far, including a Gauguin, have been sold for a reported loss of in excess of $100m. It has been speculated that some of the sales might be connected to his lawsuit against his former dealer or adviser, Yves Bouvier, who he is suing for over-charging commission. Rybolovlev was not an active Old Master buyer, but one of his star purchases was the newly discovered Leonardo, Salvator Mundi. More here

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