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The once-in-many-lifetimes show at the Royal Academy of Arts in London of the art collected by King Charles I has reunited, for the first time in over three and a half centuries, 140 works of the greatest fame and beauty, dispersed after his decapitation in 1649. Among the paintings in Charles I: King and Collector (until 15 April) by Titian, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Holbein and Dürer, one great name is missing, however: Leonardo da Vinci. 

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https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/royal-academy-of-arts-tried-to-borrow-usd450m-salvator-mundi-for-its-charles-i-exhibition

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