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Painted by Johannes Vermeer in 1664, The Concert features an
atmospheric scene of a man and two women playing music. It
was part of a major art heist that took place at the Isabella
Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990. In March of 1990, a group
of thieves disguised as Boston police officers entered the
museum and claimed they were answering a call.
The Concert
The thieves stole a total of 13 paintings including ‘The Concert’.
The Concert is a classic example of a Vermeer. The 28.5-
by-25.5-inch canvas depicts a sitting room with three figures
situated in a triangle at the center-right. The woman on the left concentrates on playing her
harpsichord, the woman on the right is poised to break out in
song, and the man at the center has his back to the viewer
while he plays the lute. The estimated value of the painting is
$200 million which makes it the most valuable and
unrecovered work of art in the world.
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