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    In the passage," Isabella Stewart Gardner Heist: 25 years of theories", the police and FBI agents discovered that a special piece of artwork was stolen, Rembrandt's Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee. The stolen work of art was worth $500 million dollars, making it known as the largest art theft in American History. Later on, it tells us about our main protagonist, a reporter for the Boston Herald. He tells us about some paint chips he received in1997 from people who were in charge of to control the art. He gave them to the authorities to identify them and to analyze them. The results came back saying that they were an exact match to a pigment known as "red lake" that was mainly used in the 17th century by the Dutch master and had been…

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    Have you ever faced a challenge that might have took years to complete? Well, for authorities in the articles " Isabella Stewart Gardner Heist: 25 years of theories", and " National Treasures: Recovering Artwork owned by U.S. Government," they faced some pretty tough challenges. The authorities in these article face a challenge to find the missing and stolen art work from many years ago. It took them years to find the missing and stolen artwork that belonged to either a art museum or the…

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    Making the “Athens of America:” the Gardner Museum’s Influence on the Fenway/Kenmore Art Scene A common nickname for Boston is the Athens of America (Warren, 2017, p. 1). Why? How did Boston emerge as America’s center of cultural, intellectual, and artistic thought and expression? While Boston has myriad landmarks, schools, museums, parks, and historical figures that may offer an explanation, one stands out. Isabella Stewart Gardner and the museum named after her shaped and continue to guide…

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    Isabella Stewart Gardner was one of America’s most remarkable female patrons of the arts during the Victorian era. A leading art collector, she fulfilled a dream to share her treasures from around the world when she founded the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts. Gardner did not conform to the conservative code of conduct expected of Boston matrons at the time and instead, is remembered for having a “zest for life, an energetic intellectual curiosity and a love of travel”…

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    Bernard Berenson was born in Lithuania in 1865, and moved to America when he was 9 years old. Berenson studied art history at Harvard on scholarship, and set off traveling Europe in 1887 with monetary help from patrons, specifically Isabella Stewart Gardner. When money started to run out Berenson still desired to stay in Europe, so he became active in the art market. In 1890 England, Berenson met his future wife, Mary Smith, and with her collaboration, began writing books on Italian art. His…

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    Priceless works of art are always in high demand. Many famous works are in private collections, and the public never gets a chance to view them. Some very generous collectors like Isabella Gardner Stewart place their valuable collections on display so that anyone can enjoy them. When these works are stolen it is a crime not only against a generous benefactor, but against all society who is deprived of their beauty and significance. Two burglars robbed the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in…

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    Freud published the news about the stolen portrait and offered an award. It is believed that it was taken from the National Gallery in Berlin. (2) Rembrandt’s The Storm on the Sea of Galilee Lost: 1990. This was one of 13 stolen pieces from Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. It was one of the largest in the United States, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation has offered 5 million dollars for any information for its recovery. It was stolen by two thieves who posed as police…

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    Pink’s theory also relates to other motivation theories such as Abraham Maslow’s theory of “Hierarchy of Needs”. This “Hierarchy of Needs” is a pyramid broken up into eight levels. Maslow explains that to reach a certain level in the pyramid, all levels below it must be satisfied. If at any time a level becomes deficient, then “the individual will act to remove the deficiency”. Also, those eight levels are gathered together into three separate groupings. These three groupings show numerous…

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    ideal portrait of society, John Gardner reveals the true colors of human comradeship; doing so through the characterization of a monster, Grendel. For millennia, authors, illustrators, and artists have opened the portal to an underlying evil world using monsters such as Frankenstein and Dracula. However, these characters may have merely been ugly humans with exaggerated actions, and society has been the heir to their characteristics. In John Gardner 's contemporary novel, Grendel, he presents a…

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    comprises seven components, namely a musical, bodily-kinaesthetic, logical-mathematical, linguistic, spatial, interpersonal, and intrapersonal component. Gardner (1997:35) further refers to the traditional psychometric view of intelligence as outdated. He states that from multiple, converging lines there is evidence to propose that human beings have evolved as a species to possess at least seven distinct forms of intelligence - defined as the ability to solve problems or fashion products that…

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