American Art Review month and year: VOLUME NINE NUMBER 2 - MARCH-APRIL 1997

author(s): William Rasmussen

title of American Art Review article: First Fitzhughs of Virginia, Colonial Dynasty Painted by John Hesselius

Also possible other article for permission: James C. Kelly & William M. S. Rasmussen (same as William Rasmussen??), "The Virginia Landscape" American Art Review July-August 2000 (Volume XII, Number 4)

Note: Resource Library published The Life of Pierre Daura, essay by William M. S. Rasmussen (9/29/06), a catalogue essay.


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recovery matrix composite score: 2

 

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-- assigned to SJ on 8/13/08
-- approved by copyright holder on Jan 14, 2009 via email
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library: First Fitzhughs of Virginia: A Colonial Dynasty Painted by John Hesselius, article by William Rasmussen (1/30/09)

From: William Rasmussen

Date: Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 2:57 PM

Subject: RE: Permission to reprint articles

To: Shana Johannessen

Dear Ms. Johannessen, 

This reply constitutes permission granted by the Virginia Historical Society for Traditional Fine Arts Organization to reprint the following articles, pending your acceptance of the conditions that also follow. 

ARTICLES:

"Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend," American Art Review December 1994-January 1995, by William Rasmussen 

"Patrick Henry: Sentinel for the People," American Art Review February-March 1996, by William Rasmussen 

"First Fitzhughs of Virginia: AColonial Dynasty Painted by John Hesselius," American Art Review March-April 1997, by William Rasmussen 

"The Virginia Landscape," American Art Review July-August 2000 co-authored by James C. Kellyand William Rasmussen 

We do not grant permission for you to reprint Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend, the companion book for the show, because that book is still being sold in the Virginia Historical Society shop. 

CONDITIONS:

You must credit the author(s) of each article.

You must credit the Virginia Historical Society.

You must mention the original exhibition from which the article was derived. (This will be done when you print the entire articles because each includes such wording.)

One of the articles, "The Virginia Landscape," is expanded in an online exhibition on the Virginia Historical Society website. You must include mention of and the following link to that online exhibition - http://www.vahistorical.org/exhibits/exhibits online.htm

You must mention that the exhibition catalog Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend is available for sale at the Virginia Historical Society shop - http://www/shop-vahistorical.org/ 

I am almost certain that you already planned to meet the first three conditions and I imagine that you will be pleased to meet the last two. 

Sincerely 

William Rasmussen

Lora M. Robins Curator


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