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On Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 10:27:27 AM UTC-5, Nancy2 wrote:
> One news report said he intended to donate the painting to a Saudi museum..
> N.

On a more serious note, and looking for a possible motivation for such an expensive art purchase
besides as an investment, I stumbled across a couple factoids of interest:

"Salvator Mundi" translates to "Savior of the world"

“This is a very secular image of Christ,” said Mould. “There’s no cross, there’s no halo,
and also there’s something sexily quite ambiguous about his appearance, a slightly gender fluid
aspect to it that makes it very zeitgeisty.


What does it mean when men in power rub their crystal balls ?