The Times got the terminology right

In the January 28, 2021, issue of The New York Times, Liz Alderman wrote about the repair and renovation work carried out by 250 workers in the Louvre every weekday since October when it closed due to the pandemic instead of only on Tuesdays -- the one day of the week it formerly did not allow visitors  (“Jackhammers Replace Art Lovers as Louvre Is Spruced Up”). Alderman notes that “curators, restorers, conservators and other experts are pressing ahead five days a week to complete major renovations that had started before the pandemic and introduce new beautifications that they hope to finish by mid-February.”  Restorers and conservators and no conservationists. The Times got the terminology right.
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