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Spotlight On: Isabella Gardner Museum, Boston

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The Isabella Gardner Museum is equally known for what it doesn’t have as what it does. In 1990, two men dressed as police officers broke into the famed museum in Boston and stole five Degas, three Rembrandts and a Vermeer, along with four other works, from off the wall and disappeared into the night, never to be seen again. For ... Read More »

News: Long, Lost Rembrandt

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A painting once thought to be by the artist Frans Hals, lost for nearly 300 years, then found in the collection of an English family is currently on loan to The Denver Art Museum.   The work known as Rembrandt Laughing is a small painting, under a foot in height, on copper. Painted in 1628 by a 21 or 22 ... Read More »

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