American Art Review month and year: February-March 96

author(s): Judith Hansen O'Toole

title of American Art Review article: "Valley of Work: Scenes of Industry in Western Pennsylvania"


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dates of exhibit: 199

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recovery matrix composite score: 5

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-- unassigned as of
-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on Jan. 5, 2008
-- approved by copyright holder on 5 Mar 2008 via email
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library on Valley of Work: Scenes of Industry in Western Pennsylvania; text by Judith Hansen O'Toole (8/25/08)
 
 

From: John Hazeltine <info tfaoi.org>

Date: Fri Mar 7, 2008 7:03:37 AM US/Pacific

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

Subject: the Still Life essay.

Hi Shana,

I'm sorry I could not see see that the Still Life essay was published from 2001. It's was not in the list for Judith in the Author Index so was invisible from that review. I'll fix that now. As for the images, when they were sent to TFAO they would have been sent for publicity purposes as there is a section of the page devoted to publicity for the exhibition. We can move the images to the publicity portion if needed.

Best,

John

TFAO

John: 

I found the essay she refers to here: 

http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/2aa/2aa664.htm 

How shall I respond? 

Best,

Shana

 

---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Judith O'Toole

Date: Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 11:31 AM

Subject: FW: O'Toole publications

To: shana...

Our Curator of Education noted that the Still-Life catalog is already on the TFAO web-site with the illustrations.  Do I need to worry about getting permission from the owners of the paintings to have them on the web-site?

 

5 Mar 2008

Hello Shana,

The Luks Watercolor essay was copyrighted by Canton so you would have to be in touch with them.  I am fine with your using it.  The catalog has long been out-of-print.       

The following are fine as the WMAA has copyright: 

   "Valley of Work: Scenes of Industry in Western PA," American Art Review February/March 1996 

   "Treasures from the Westmoreland Museum of American Art," American Art Review January/February 1999. 

   "Still-Life Painting in Southwestern Pennsylvania," American Art Review July/August 2001

     This essay was written prior to our current data base so we do not have the entire text electronically.  The essay could be  scanned if you wish. 

The text from Different Views is under my copyright, not Columbia but I would not want you to reprint this since the book is still being actively sold.  You can print the excerpt American Art Review. 

Hope this helps.

Best,

Judith H. O'Toole

Director/CEO

Westmoreland Museum of American Art

221 North Main Street

Greensburg, PA 15601

www.wmuseumaa.org

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Same with this one.  I'll count these in. 

Shana

From: John Hazeltine <info tfaoi.org>

Date: Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:35:18 PM US/Pacific

To: Shana...

Subject: more on Judith Hansen O'Toole

Hi Shana,

Three more possible articles, if I didn't mention them before:

Judith Hansen O'Toole

"Different Views in Hudson River School Painting" American Art Review July-August 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 4) (published in RL 4/14/08)

Judith Hansen O'Toole & Carla S. Herling

"Treasures from the Westmoreland Museum of American Art" American Art Review January-February 1999 (Volume XI, Number 1)

Judith Hansen O'Toole with Kevin O'Toole

"Still-Life Painting in Southwestern Pennsylvania" American Art Review July-August 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 4)

Best,

John

TFAO


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