The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's
25 YEARS LATER
In the early hours of March 18, 1990, a pair of thieves disguised as
Boston police officers, entered the museum, roamed the galleries
and stole 13 works of art
On the 25th anniversary of the theft
Join The Museum's Director of Security
as he recounts the events of that evening. He will describe how the robbery took place,
what was taken and what was
left behind; why art is stolen and what becomes of it.
Where: St. Paul's Episcopal Church
15 St. Paul St. Brookline (corner of Aspinwall and St. Paul)
When: Thursday, May 28 at 6:45 PM
Dining and Drinking at 6:45 PM - Program begins at 7:30
Pay by clicking on the Buy Now button or checks can be mailed to:
City Salon Series
1111 Beacon Street suite #72 - Brookline 02446
617 - 232 - 1858
About The Speaker
Anthony M. Amore is the head of security and chief investigator at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. He has been described
in the book Art and Crime, as "among the most innovative and most effective museum security directors in the world." He also heads the
museum's own investigation into the infamous theft of 13 priceless works of art from the Gardner - the largest property theft in world history.
Prior to joing the Gardner, Anthony was an assistant director with the Transportation Security Administration where he helped to rebuild
Logan Airport after the tragic events of 9/11. He is also a former special agent with the Federal Aviation Administration where he was the lead
agent responding to the Richard Reid "shoe bomber" attack.
His first book, "Stealing Rembrandts", was a Wall Street Journal True Crime Best Seller. Mr. Amore's columns on homeland security issues
have appeared in the Boston Herald. He is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.