He was considered a polymath and genius and became one of the most famous artists from the Renaissance era as well as an exemplar of the Humanist ideals that were so prevalent during the Renaissance period.
The Salvator Mundi painting depicts a frontal portrait view of Jesus Christ, depicting the top half of his torso, shoulders, and head. In His left hand (our right), there is a large orb, which is held level with His chest.
There are various textures in the Salvator Mundi painting, and most of these are implied textures ranging from soft to hard. There is also an implied texture of the orb in Jesus Christ’s left hand (our right).
There are several examples of vertical lines in Salvator Mundi, for example, the vertical portrait orientation of Jesus Christ’s figure, which is further implied by His pointed fingers of his right hand (our left).