American Art Review month and year: June-July 95
author(s): Judith Hansen O'Toole
title of American Art Review article: "George Luks: The Watercolors Rediscovered"
see George Luks : An Artistic Legacy; essay by Judith Hansen O'Toole (4/19/01)
for use in reprinting of underlying essays
dates of exhibit: 199
title of exhibit:
museum library phone:
copyright owner(s) of catalogue text:
recovery matrix composite score: 5
From: "Shana Johannessen"
Date: Mon Nov 24, 2008 8:39:36 AM US/Pacific
To: "John Hazeltine"
Subject: Re: Questions on Presentation package: George Luks: The Watercolors Rediscovered
...As to note #10: I double checked the catalogue, and the last note in the text is #9, the last note in the notes is #10. Therefore, my document accurately reflects what was published, and I'm not sure to what note #10 refers. ...
Hope this helps.
From: "Robb Hyde"
Date: Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:34:46 PM US/Pacific
To: <info tfaoi.org>
Subject: Fwd: Re: Permission to reprint essay from George Luks: The Watercolors Rediscovered
Forwarding my permission to reprint our George Luks article . . .
Canton Museum of Art
1001 Market Avenue North - Canton, OH 44702
phone: 330-453-7666 - fax: 330-453-1034
On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 11:13 AM, Robb Hyde wrote:
Hi, Shana -
Please consider this e-maila confirmation that the Canton Museum of Art
gives its permission toreprint the George Luks essay that appeared in
our catalogue in 1995 and the adapted article.
Thanks for your interest,
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.
Judith H. O'Toole
Westmoreland Museum of American Art
221 North Main Street
Greensburg, PA 15601
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