American Art Review month and year: VOLUME NINE NUMBER 1 - JANUARY- FEBRUARY 1997

author(s): Lauren Rabb

title of American Art Review article: William Lamb Picknell, The Emersonian Philosophy of his Cape Ann Paintings


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Article was adapted from Masters thesis at George Washington University. TFAO requests that contractor obtain permissions for thesis as first choice.

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-- assigned to SJ on 8/13/08
-- approved by copyright holder on via email
-- activity on AAR article stopped since author says she was paid to write the article. See note below for correspondence regarding permission to reprint thesis.
-- article reprinted in Resource Library; William Lamb Picknell: An American Emersonian Artist; essay by Lauren Walden Rabb (1/30/09)

From: "Lauren Rabb"

Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2008 19:42:32 -0700

This message is to officially state that according to George Washington University rules, I own the copyright to my Master's Thesis, ""William Lamb Picknell, The Emersonian Philosophy of his Cape Ann Paintings," and hereby give permission for its reproduction by TFAOI.

Sincerely,

Lauren Rabb

Owner/Director

The Gallery at 6th & 6th

439 North 6th Avenue

Tucson, AZ 85705

(520) 903-0650

www.sixthandsixth.com

 


From: "Lauren Rabb"

Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 15:12:35

Subject: my Master's Thesis

This e-mail is to confirm that I give TFAO permission to reprint my Master's Thesis, "William Lamb Picknell: The Emersonian Philosophy of his Cape Ann Paintings" online.  I understand that TFAO will check with George Washington University to ensure that I hold the copyright.

Thank you very much for your interest!  I look forward to working with you.

Lauren Rabb

Owner/Director

The Gallery at 6th & 6th

439 North 6th Avenue

Tucson, AZ 85705

(520) 903-0650

www.sixthandsixth.com


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