Vermeer: The Concert
Part of the artwork found in the Montoya Vault.
The Concert (c. 1664) is a painting by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. The 69 centimeter high by 63 centimeter wide picture depicts a man and two women playing music. It belongs to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, but was stolen and remains missing to this day. It is thought to be the most valuable unrecovered stolen painting ever, with a value estimated at over $200,000,000.
It was part of the collection stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in 1990. More Info