Salvator Mundi nearly made it to the Louvre exhibition, and might still be included
We can also reveal that the $450m painting is described in the latest insurance documents as “attributed to” Leonardo rather than as a definitive autograph work
Leonardo review: Salvator Mundi hovers in the wings, but Louvre show is still magnificent without it
With a mass of the artist’s greatest works on its walls, the exhibition is a huge hit despite the non-appearance—so far—of the controversial painting
Top of the Pods: Leonardo—the Salvator Mundi saga
Did the buyer of the Salvator Mundi get played—or did we?
What better way to boost its star power than by making it "disappear" for a few months?
Sotheby's denied dismissal of Rybolovlev's $380m lawsuit by New York judge
Papers filed in a Manhattan court this week order a pre-trial conference and the release of confidential documents
Mona Lisa like you've never seen her: Louvre to use VR for first time in Leonardo fifth centenary show
Museum officials say they still hope to include Salvator Mundi in major autumn show
How did Salvator Mundi go from $1,000 to $450m? Plus, the tragedy of Van Gogh's only love
London's National Gallery defends inclusion of Salvator Mundi in Leonardo show after criticism in new book
The curator’s attribution to the Renaissance master helped Christie’s achieve a world record price for the painting
'We want Salvator Mundi' for Leonardo blockbuster, Louvre says
Claims that it had "cancelled plans" to show the work are "fake information", the museum says
Simon Fujiwara builds mini museum for Leonardo's Salvator Mundi at the Whitechapel in London
The original painting is never shown, only copies and projections are displayed
Speculation over Leonardo says more about us than the art
Facts seem no longer to matter with the famous picture
2018: the year in review
The year in heritage: conservators become art
Market stunts predict the future… and evoke the past
The Leonardo and Banksy auction spectacles suggested a future in which marketing triumphs. But was it ever thus?
Would the 'royal' Salvator Mundi please stand up?
Pushkin Museum’s Giampietrino painting may be the one listed in inventory of Charles I’s collection, rather than the Abu Dhabi work
Russian billionaire Dmitri Rybolovlev charged in corruption probe brought by Monaco police
The formal investigation follows his detainment earlier this week related to an ongoing spat with the art dealer Yves Bouvier
Russian billionaire Rybolovlev sues Sotheby’s for $380m in fraud damages
The mega-collector’s latest lawsuit, filed in New York, escalates his three-year legal feud with Swiss dealer Yves Bouvier
Salvator Mundi’s patchwork provenance now includes a 50-year stop in Louisiana
The work was bought by a Baton Rouge family for about $120 while travelling in London in 1958, the Wall Street Journal reports
‘Genuine’ Leonardo ‘sold’ for €72m on classified ads site Avito
Salvator Mundi will not go on show at Louvre Abu Dhabi this month, for reasons unknown
$450.3m Leonardo da Vinci painting was due to be unveiled at museum in two weeks but its display has now been delayed
Salvator Mundi: Why Bernardino Luini should be back in the frame
The Art Newspaper invites Matthew Landrus to expand on his theory on attribution to Leonardo and studio
Leonardo's Salvator Mundi: expert uncovers ‘exciting’ new evidence
Did Louvre Abu Dhabi’s $450m painting belong to an English nobleman who followed Charles I to the scaffold in 1649?
Leonardo da Vinci’s $450m Salvator Mundi to go on show at Louvre Abu Dhabi on 18 September
The painting will be lent to the Louvre in Paris next year for an exhibition marking the 500th anniversary of artist's death
Russian tycoon accuses Yves Bouvier of 'campaign of disinformation' as US calls off investigation into Swiss entrepreneur
Dmitry Rybolovlev's $450m windfall from Salvator Mundi sale undermined fraud allegation, report says, but criminal cases against Bouvier in Europe are ongoing
How much of conservators’ work should be visible and how much should be hidden?
The release of a pre-conservation image of Leonardo’s $450m Salvator Mundi reignites debate over the transparency of conservators’ interventions
Royal Academy of Arts tried to borrow $450m Salvator Mundi for its Charles I exhibition
New London show has received glowing reviews but there is one conspicuous absentee
From Van Gogh to Richter—what happens when bidders fail to pay up at auction?
Flaky winning bids are knocking the gloss off record-breaking sales
Stop reading, start looking: today’s art history students are not getting a grounding in connoisseurship skills
When I put an image of a well-known Titian on the screen, only one of 40 could identify the artist
Author Don Thompson takes issue with 'the last Leonardo' tagline and casts 2018 market predictions
New York court grants permission for Rybolovlev to use confidential documents in UK and Switzerland
Order could pave way for Russian billionaire to launch High Court case against Swiss dealer Yves Bouvier and Sotheby’s