American Art Review month and year: July-August 97
author(s): Robyn G. Peterson
title of American Art Review article: "Edward Borein"
see Edward Borein (1872 - 1945) (10/13/98)
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: 4
AAR and TFAO articles both similar and adapted from exhibition pamphlet: obtain original pamphlet essay for reprinting
From: John Hazeltine
Date: Fri Feb 29, 2008 4:53:53 PM US/Pacific
Subject: Robyn G. Peterson
Looks like Ms. Peterson is OK with the use of her text if Rockwell Museum approves the reprint.
27 Feb 2008
To the extent that I have authorization to grant permission to reprint, I do so. Please include my name with the reprint. A short bio for me would be: "Robyn G. Peterson served as chief curator for the Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York, which specializes in the art of the American West, and as Senior Director of Exhibitions and Programs at Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding, California. She is currently Executive Director of the Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings, Montana."
From: Shana Herb Johannessen
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 6:35 PM
Subject: Permission to reprint your article published in American Art Review
Dear Dr. Peterson:
...You authored an article of interest to Traditional Fine Arts for Resource Library:
"Edward Borein," American Art Review June/July 1997
Thank you for speaking with me about the article. I understand from our conversation that the Rockwell Museum holds the copyright of the essay in question. With your blessing, I will pursue permission to reprint the original pamphlet essay from which the American Art Review article was adapted.
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Shana Herb Johannessen
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