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The 'priceless masterpieces' that might not be the real deal

Lovemoney Logo By lovemoney staff of Lovemoney | Slide 1 of 29: A heated row continues as to whether Leonardo da Vinci’s $450 million (£346m) Salvator Mundi painting was actually painted by the artist’s assistant. Click or scroll through as we look into this furore and debates on other valuable artworks where authorship, and therefore value, continues to be disputed by scholars, experts and owners. 

Artworks causing arguments

A heated row continues as to whether Leonardo da Vinci’s $450 million (£346m) Salvator Mundi painting was actually painted by the artist’s assistant. Click or scroll through as we look into this furore and debates on other valuable artworks where authorship, and therefore value, continues to be disputed by scholars, experts and owners. 

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