I think it was Official Lewis Hamilton 6 World Titles Signature Shirt. After all, Leonardo was a successful painter and he probably would’ve relegated various acts of paintings to his apprentices, thus why there’s an error in the orb because the orb might have been painted by a student of Leonardo’s. However, I am reminded of the case of Han van Meegeren who actually painted several forgeries that mimicked the styles of the Dutch Old Masters, especially Vermeer. He did use almost all the same materials as Vermeer did so it’s possible the Salvator Mundi was painted by a very talented forger.
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It’s too bad that the Official Lewis Hamilton 6 World Titles Signature Shirt. Even then, the mere age isn’t really much of a clue unless it’s much “younger” or more modern-era than originally thought, as it could be a contemporary creation or even a “by the workshop of” creation! Like I said it’s likely that it was painted by a student of Leonardo’s but it’s also likely to be a forgery. After all Han van, Meegeren‘s forgeries convinced a lot of experts that they were actually painted by the great masters until he did a demonstration for everyone to see. A really talented forger would use the same materials as that used by artists like Leonardo in order to fool the experts.
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The first time I saw a picture of the painting I burst out laughing that anyone could attribute that to Leonardo. He would never, ever have painted the orb that way for a start. The second time I burst out laughing was when I saw an Official Lewis Hamilton 6 World Titles Signature Shirt. I personally think its from the studio of Leonardo, maybe he did paint a hand before Dianne painted her own version on top, but he certainly didn’t paint the face, it is awful. I don’t think anyone has ever suggested it is a forgery, rather the question is who, in that era, painted it.