Globe critic Sebastian Smee delves into the significance of each missing piece of art.
For the first time, former museum night watchman Richard Abath discussed publicly what happened.
Years after two men dressed like police officers talked their way into the museum, it remains one of Boston’s most enduring and baffling mysteries.
Two men posing as police officers gained entry to the museum, restrained two security guards, and left with more than a dozen stolen masterpieces.
A Globe reexamination of the case provided a new account of what happened on the night of the theft.
In April 1994, the museum received an overture that Gardner officials regarded as a promising lead in the case.