American Art Review month and year February-March 96

author(s): Andrea Spaulding Norris

title of American Art Review article: "Sanford Gifford: A Discovery Joins a University Collection"

for use in reprinting of underlying essays

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catalogue text
catalogue essay excerpt
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dates of exhibit: 199

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recovery matrix composite score: 5


-- unassigned as of
-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on Jan. 5, 2008
-- approved by copyright holder on Tue Feb 26, 2008 and 21 Mar 2008 via email
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library: Sanford Gifford: A Discovery Joins a University Collection; article by Andrea S. Norris (12/12/08)

21 Mar 2008

As articulated in a phone conversation yesterday with Shana Johannessen, the Spencer Museum of Art grants permission to reprint (online, without images) Dr. Norris' essay about the Sanford Gifford painting, Morning in the Adirondacks. Please include a credit for the museum. Thank you!

Bill Woodard

Director of Communications

SpencerMuseumof Art

The University of Kansas

1301 Mississippi Street

Lawrence, KS 66045


6 Mar 2008

Hi John: 

...Just wanted to write back to let you know that I still need to contact the Spencer Museum for permission on this one. 



From: "andrea norris"

Date: Tue Feb 26, 2008 6:42:52 PM US/Pacific

To: "Shana Herb Johannessen" <shana..., <>

Subject: Re: Permission to reprint your article published in American Art Review

Reply-To: "andrea norris"

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Dear Ms. Johannessen, 

Thank you for your message. I'm sorry you've been ill and hope you're much better. 

Yes, I give permission to the Traditional Fine Arts Organization to reprint my article on Sanford Gifford published in American Art Review in March 1996. I am attaching a brief (but perhaps not brief enough) biography, which you may certainly cut as necessary. 


Andrea S. Norris 

note: addresses and phone numbers suppressed

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