As an arts creator or painter myself, when I see a canvas, I am quick to see through my artistic creation glasses, the best and well painted fine art. This isn’t to imply that, I am incredibly flawless at checking on the best craftsmanship canvases in the world, but my eye for good artworks is spot on.
Every painter has his extraordinary style of sketching and putting a lovely fine art on a paper, calico or some other material utilized in portraying the specialty of painting.
A representation or work of art finished with the utilization of paint makes drawing extraordinary, that is the reason Mona Lisa is one of the most well known artworks. When you visit an art gallery, you see numerous visual works of art, yet you are bound to see in any event, one remarkable painting that will initially grab your attention.
That is the reason why in the realm of painting, there are experts who may have done this ceaselessly for quite a while, therefore have the experience of making excellent and eye-popping visual artistic creations in no time.
Visual arts is tied in with deciphering what is in your psyche or what you see through the hands onto a workmanship material.
Everywhere throughout the world, there are innumerable number of painters who have put resources into their piece of visual arts compositions with time and resources. Along these lines, their works of art is by all accounts over the top expensive, and of course, it accompanies excellent fine art.
One of such painters whose fine art is the most costly in the world is Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi which costs a little over $450 Million.
You might be pondering: what at all is in a piece of painting for it to justify its expensiveness?. You should not forget that, drawing or painting is generally expensive especially when you invest so much time, huge amounts of materials and resources into it.
As per historical facts, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrayal of Jesus Christ holding a precious stone sphere is the most expensive painting in the world! The painting was commissioned by King Louis XII of France in 1605, during a similar period as Mona Lisa.
In any case, somewhere close to 1763 and 1900, it vanished from all records until it was rediscovered in 2005, by a group of British art vendors.
Buying a painting for $10,000 they went through six years reestablishing and examining its history before in the end declaring that it was an original Da Vinci.
The artwork was displayed in 2011 by the National Gallery of London and got known as the “Lost Leonardo”, as it was the main disclosure of a Da Vinci since 1909.
The “Savior of the World” (Salvator Mundi) was bought by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Bin Salman in the interest of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism.