Where is Salvator Mundi, da Vinci's painting that sold for $450m?

The artwork that fetched a record-breaking price in 2017 has not been seen since.

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    A painting believed to be a creation of Leonardo da Vinci is at the centre of a mystery.

    Salvator Mundi was sold in 2017 for a record $450m, but it has not been seen since.

    Now art critics are wondering if it was fake.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from New York.


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