This section of the website is devoted to information about Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi. Although the painting and my involvement with it are completely distinct from the activities of Robert Simon Fine Art, I thought it would be useful to gather here some of the references to the painting, its discovery, and reception. - RBS

Extraodinary Lines at the National Gallery
for Leonardo da Vinci

Advance Tickets Completely Sold Out,
Spectators Can Still Queue For 500 Spots Daily



As many know, Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan has been completely sold out for weeks! However, for those who were not lucky enough to purchase them beforehand, the National Gallery has held back 500 tickets to be sold each day for those who queue outside the museum. Though the lines have been long so far, for those who get there early enough there is still a chance to see this show.

Sadly, this high demand for tickets has led to the resale of previously purchased tickets and the National Gallery has issued a dire warning to any that buy admission throw these secondhand dealers. All tickets purchased through other channels will be considered void and will not be granted admission to the exhibition.

The show runs through February 4th.