More About Salvator Mundi Painting
Salvator Mundi has become the most expensive painting to have ever been sold in an auction. But what is it about just another Jesus painting that made people spend a fortune to own it?
Leonardo Da Vinci painted a portrait of Christ in a renaissance dress with his two fingers pointing up as if giving a benediction.
There is an orb like structure on his other hand representing the heavens with his aura indicating his acceptable of the role as the master of the universe.
For those who don’t know, this painting has been restored from an absolutely pitiful condition. It couldn’t be recognized as a work of Leonardo Da Vinci for a very long time until it was cleaned and resurrected.
In fact, the painting was redone by filling the missing parts, the frame almost infected by worms that had to be discarded completed.
Since the painting has gone missing for quite sometime, a lot of people also speculate that it might be works of one of his students and not Da Vinci himself.
Then what is it about the painting that everybody wants to own it and whereabouts of which are not yet disclosed?
The styling technoques that Da Vinci used in the painting was not just pure Renaissance but a work of detail.
From the specifications in the orb and the patterns of the subject’s curls is a work of excellence.
The way the subject looks directly into the eyes of the viewer is another interesting and a typical Leonardo Da Vinci element.
The background remains black keeping the subject as the focus.
Salvator Mundi, the title itself literally means The Savior of the Earth and the orb is interpreted as the Earth itself.
If we try to literally translate the meaning into the painting, it looks like Da Vinci wanted to attached a religious aspect to it stating the world is in his hands and his is the ultimate guide to actions.
This is the best that we can personally make out about the painting.
But our artists have learnt a little more than that about Salvator Mundi. Their nights of practicing the art of reproducing this iconic painting has finally paid off.
We are proud to say that although the original painting is not available for the people’s eyes, our Salvator Mundi replica is for all.
However, if you feel we have not given enough attention to it, you are protected by our 100% money-back guarantee.
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Note: We also provide framing options for reproduction painting for additional charges. Check out our framing page to know more!
If however, you do not select a frame, your painting will come secured in a tube.