Antique Salvator Mundi Relief Plaque
Salvator Mundi (Latin for ‘Savior of the World’) is a painting attributed in whole or in part to the Italian High Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, dated to c. 1499–1510.
The painting depicts Jesus Christ in an anachronistic blue Renaissance dress, making the sign of the cross with his right hand. The painting was sold at auction for US$450.3 million on 15 November 2017 by Christie’s in New York, setting a new record for the most expensive painting ever sold at public auction.
The age of this piece is estimated to be mid to late 19th century although it could be earlier. The weight and quality of casting would suggest it is bronze, surrounded by a beautiful and carefully crafted wooden frame.
It measures 39.3cm x 31.7cm.
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