pursuing the priceless
The Wall Street Journal called him "a living legend." The Times of London dubbed him "The most famous art detective in the world."
Robert Wittman founded the FBI's National Art Crime Team and served for 20 years as the FBI's investigative expert in art crime. Since retiring from the FBI, he authored his memoir "Priceless: How I went undercover to rescue the world's stolen treasures," a New York Times best-seller now published in 12 languages around the world. Today he is President of Robert Wittman Inc., the international art recovery and security firm.
In this presentation, Wittman delves deeper into his career, leading audiences on a journey behind the headlines and cases of the FBI's "Real Indiana Jones." It is a one-of-a-kind infotainment event.
- Book Fairs
- City Lecture Series
- Luncheon and Dinner Events
- Museum Donor Groups
- Colleges and Universities
- Art Law Groups
- Anyone interest in Art and True Crime