American Art Review month and year: September-October 97

author(s): Patricia Phagan

title of American Art Review article: "The American Scene and the South"

book: T'he American Scene and the South: Paintings and Works on Paper, 1930-1946' By Patricia Elaine Phagan, Georgia Museum of Art By Patricia Elaine Phagan, Georgia Museum of Art Published 1996 Georgia Museum of Art ISBN 0915977249

article adapted from exhibition catalogue essay

 

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Patricia Phagan

"American Mural Drawings of the 1930s and 1940s" American Art Review January-February 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 1)


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obtain original catalogue essay for reprinting as first choice

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-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on Jan. 5, 2008
-- approved by copyright holder on Feb 28, 2008 via email
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library on 5/2/08

From: Hillary Brown

Date: Mon Mar 3, 2008 1:12:15 PM US/Pacific

To: Patricia Phagan

Cc: infotfaoi.org, shana...

Subject: Re: Permission to reprint

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All:

I concur with Patricia Phagan. The Georgia Museum of Art does grant permission to reproduce the text (but not the illustrations) from her introduction to The American Scene and the South as long as full credit is given to the museum.

Hillary Brown

GMOA

 

Feb 28, 2008

To Whom It May Concern:

Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) has my permission to reprint the Introduction by me from the catalogue, The American Scene and the South: Paintings and Works on Paper, 1930-1946. However, permission will also need to be received from the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia, which published the essay. The contact person at the Georgia Museum of Art is Hillary Brown, editor, who may be reached at 706-542-1817. No illustrations from the essay or the abridged version in the American Art Review (September/October 1997) are be published.

TFAO has my permission and the permission of James Mundy, Director of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College, to publish the original catalogue essay by me from the catalogue, For the People: American Mural Drawings of the 1930s and 1940s. No illustrations from the essay are to be published.

The brief biographical summary is found in the attachment.

Sincerely,

Patricia Phagan

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Patricia Phagan
The Philip and Lynn Straus
Curator of Prints and Drawings
The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Vassar College
Box 703
124 Raymond Avenue
Poughkeepsie, New York 12604-0703

 

24 Jan 2008

John: 

I had received this email before the one I just responded to, re: the Rachel Perry article from 2007.  I will add it to the list as well, but perhaps we should stop adding now, for the reason previously expressed. 

Thanks. 

Shana

On Jan 19, 2008 6:30 PM, John Hazeltine <infotfaoi.org> wrote:

Hi Shana,

I found another article by Patricia Phagan:  "American Mural Drawings of the 1930s and 1940s" American Art Review January-February 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 1)....

Best,

John

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