I read a sentence with a structure like the following:
The painting, drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci, renowned artist of the era, is on display in our museum.
The sentence indicates that the painting that is drawn by a renowned artist Leonardo Da Vinci is placed in the museum. I had no problem understanding what it means but wondered whether it is gramatically correct.
Basically the structure goes like this
The painting, (which is) drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci, (who is) renowned artist of the era, is on display in our museum
To me, it has too much omission which makes the structure too complicated. Is this sentence gramatically correct?