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Tag Archives: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Well the Missus and I trundled down to Philadelphia this past weekend for the wedding of our nephew Tim and, say, it was swellegant. On the endless drive down there (hey, Friday . . . summer . . . 95 … Continue reading
From our Late to the Search Party desk Former Boston Herald reporter Tom Mashberg has chased the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art snatch from March of 1990 to, well, three days ago. From Sunday’s New York Times Arts section: Still Missing After … Continue reading
Both local dailies on Tuesday featured the blockbuster revelation that the FBI knows who stole 13 works of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 23 years ago. Boston Globe: FBI says it knows identity of Gardner art thieves Names … Continue reading
From our Book Review Review desk: Thursday’s Wall Street Journal featured a mostly-boffo review of Stealing Rembrandts, co-authored by Anthony Amore, head of security at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Tom Mashberg, former Boston Herald reporter who’s been on … Continue reading
Sunday’s Boston Globe features a Sebastian Smee piece on the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s restoration of Diego Velázquez’s portrait of Spanish King Philip IV. Old canvas: Restored canvas: Inevitable conclusion: Pinhead.