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For the first time in twenty-seven years, The Gardner Museum has authorized a book on the daring theft from the Museum of thirteen priceless works of art, including three Rembrandts and Vermeer's "The Concert", together worth over $500 million--the heist remains the largest unsolved theft in history.

Shortly after midnight on March 18th, 1990, two thieves disguised as police officers talked their way into the museum, and tied up the night guards. Eighty-one minutes later they were gone.

Stolen gives an inside look at the robbery and explores the impact of the missing works with commentary from the Museum's Director, Curators, and the Chief Investigator. The book is highly visual, with original photographs of the stolen objects, as well as how they originally looked placed in the galleries. Stolen, the only book on the theft commissioned by the Gardner Museum, provides the context to a brazen heist that left one of the world's great museums in search of its lost masterpieces.


author: isabella stewart gardner museum

format: hardcover / 36 pages

dimensions: 10.25"W x 8.25"H"

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