Thieves and forgers…
Why not link art history and criminal investigation? Discover, thanks to our special playlist, the most incredible stories of the art world! From the famous Mona Lisa theft in 1911 to the mysterious and unsolved case of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist, you are bound to be surprised by the stories of robberies and forgers you are about to discover.

In the early hour of March 18, 1990, two police officers enter Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The problem was, they weren’t police officers. They were thieves. In a little over an hour, they stole 13 valuable works of art which had a combined value of over $500 million dollars. It was the largest robbery in American history. Learn more about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

Content produced by: Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast

On the agenda
video - 10:30
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist
By: Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast
video - 5:30
Stealing the Mona Lisa: The Art Theft of the Century
By: Artrageous with Nate
video - 5:37
The strange history of the world’s most stolen painting
By: Ted Ed
video - 5:16
The art forger who tricked the Nazis
By: Ted Ed
podcast - 46:41
Fakes and copies: The Cases of Knoedler and Dafen
By: Art History Happy Hour
video - 51:42
The Thomas Crown Affair (1999)
By: ArtCurious