in the Public Realm
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Historic Buildings: Museum

Willard T Sears
  • Founded, 1903
Isabella Gardner Museum - Ann Beha
Built by Isabella Stewart Gardner and opened to the public in 1903 this Venetian inspired palace houses a large collection of art objects. Additionally there is a wonderful open courtyard that contains seasonal flowers. This museum is famous for a high-profile burglary in 1990, when thieves dressed as police officers stole 13 paintings including: Rembrandt's Storm on the Sea of Galilee (1633), A Lady and Gentleman in Black (1633) and a Self-Portrait (1634); Vermeer's The Concert (1658-1660); Gov...
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280 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
United States

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