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Giovanni DeCunto’s interpretation of “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee," from his new exhibit, “13.”
Giovanni DeCunto’s interpretation of “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee," from his new exhibit, “13.”Giovanni DeCunto

The Isabella Stewart Gardner heist remains one of the art world’s greatest mysteries.

Now you can relive the drama thanks to artist Giovanni DeCunto. His new exhibit, “13,” features interpretations of the lost masterpieces by Degas, Manet, and Rembrandt stolen in 1990.

The Lawrence native and Boston University grad learned his craft by visiting Boston museums and copying art on display. This technique worked: George H.W. Bush and David Ortiz have commissioned his paintings.

This exhibit features modern interpretations of Vermeers’s “The Concert,” Degas sketches, and Rembrandt seascape “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee,” among others. They’re on display from March 1-17 at his Boston gallery (116 South St.). Sorry, no $10 million reward for visiting.

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Learn more at www.thestolen13.com.


Kara Baskin can be reached at kara.baskin@globe.com