So where is Leonardo's missing masterpiece? The Louvre prepares to open blockbuster Da Vinci show

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The painting (pictured) - which sold for a record breaking $450million in New York in 2017 - was due to appear in the world's biggest collection of da Vinci in the Paris museum.
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