Corrections and clarifications

o The image of Gamblers, 1623, accompanying the review of The Paintings of Hendrick ter Brugghen (April 2008, p46), was inadvertently published without the acknowledgement that the painting belongs to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. We apologise for the oversight.

o In our last issue we mistakenly reported that the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Garden in San Marino would open its expanded American galleries in May 2000 when in fact they are slated to open in May 2009.

o In our April “In The Trade” column, we misspelled the gallery that Lisa Newlin Galeano had moved to. The correct name is Bryce Wolkowitz gallery.

o In our April issue (p50) the Zwirner & Wirth Gallery, New York, supplied us with an incorrect figure for the sale and partial gift of 90 photographs from the Eileen and Michael Cohen Collection to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The works were delivered to the museum for a “low seven figure sum”.

o In our March issue, we should have credited Rebecca Rose for her help in compiling the data relating to the Indian diaspora map (India/Gulf supplement, pp37-45). Apologies to Rebecca.

o In the same issue, in our attendance figures, two errors have emerged: the Prado’s “Tintoretto” exhibition (30 Jan-27 May, total attendance 424,235, daily attendance 4,320) should have featured on our old master top ten list. Meanwhile, the figures for the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, should have been jointly credited to the NPG and to the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which share a building.

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