Scholar says delay in showing £340m Saudi-owned Salvator Mundi is not due to attribution doubts

One of the world’s leading experts on Leonardo da Vinci has said a delay in exhibiting Salvator Mundi, the world’s most expensive painting, is not due to questions about its authenticity.

The art world went into a spin when it was revealed last month that the Louvre Abu Dhabi had indefinitely postponed putting on display the painting bought for a world record price of $450.3m (£342.1m) last year.

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