went bankrupt. This is a case study in mismanagement, since the Corcoran had a collection worth around $2 billion, a fabulous building at a good location in Washington, plus the prestige of being Washington's oldest art museum. Yet fail it did. The Corcoran's assets are being divided between George Washington University, which is getting the building and the art school, and the National Gallery, which is taking its pick of the Corcoran collection. The Post has a slideshow of some works that the National Gallery is acquiring, and I offer some highlights. Fighting Erotes, c. 100 BCE.