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Rembrandt, Self-Portrait, ca. 1634

On March 18, 1990, robbers pulled off a $500 million heist of priceless objects of art at Boston's Gardner Museum. Now the FBI says it knows who did the deed and has put up a Web site displaying the stolen artifacts.

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Rembrandt, The Storm on the Sea of Galilee

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Vermeer, The Concert, 1658–1660

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Rembrandt, A Lady and Gentleman in Black, 1633

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Manet, Chez Tortoni, 1878–1880

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Govaert Flinck, Landscape with an Obelisk, 1638

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Degas, La Sortie de Pesage

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Degas, Program for an Artistic Soirée, 1884

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Degas, Program for an Artistic Soirée, Study 2, 1884

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Degas, Cortège aux Environs de Florence

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Degas, Three Mounted Jockeys

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