An art review yesterday about a Tintoretto exhibition at the Prado in Madrid misstated the number of paintings in it. There are more than four dozen, not "around three dozen." The review also referred incorrectly to a necklace of pearls scattered in a painting depicting Lucretia struggling against Tarquin. It symbolizes Lucretia's lost chastity, not virginity.

We guess it's probably better than the potential "Origin of the Milky Way" correction.

Corrections [NYT]
Earlier: We're Always Up For A Good "Pearl Necklace" Bit