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January 11, 2012
David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Mark McCusker, Scott Fulton, and Phil DiChiara washed windows in the glass corridor at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in preparation for the opening of the new wing.
Jim Labeck, project manager at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, walked through the front lobby of the new wing.
A lawn ornament was placed on the grounds to keep geese off the newly planted lawn in front of the new wing at the the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
The central stairway was cleaned on Jan. 6.
Workers prepard the front entrance of the building on Jan. 6.
M. K. Wong, museum shop manager, prepared an item for the new store at the museum.
Electrician Dan Vicente worked in the ceiling.
Taylor Johnson works in the greenhouse.
Kristin Pishvanov, a new visitor service representative, sat with the canaries who will live in the living room space just to the right of the new entrance.
Painter Bob Haskell touched up the ceiling in the music hall.
This will be the new main entrance to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Musueum.