Stealing Rembrandts Does Not Pay


The theft of 13 paintings from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on March 18, 1990, is the largest property theft in recorded history. Anthony Amore, M.P.A. ’00, the current head of security at the museum, has now written a book on art theft. In this video interview with Amore, learn more about how art theft happens—and how to prevent it.

 

 

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