American Art Review month and year: VOLUME NINE NUMBER 6 - NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1997

author(s): Roger T. Reed

title of American Art Review article: J. C. Leyendecker: A Retrospective


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-- assigned to SJ on 8/13/08
-- approved by copyright holder on Jan 8, 2009 via email
-- article reprinted in Resource Library: J.C. Leyendecker: A Retrospective, article by Roger T. Reed (2/12/09)
 

From: Shana Johannessen

Date: Thu Feb 12, 2009 8:58:19 AM US/Pacific

To: info@...

Subject: Presentation package: Roger Reed "JC Leyendecker"

I sent the text to Mr. Reed to review on January 30.  I called him last Friday and on Monday to see if he had received it, as I'd not heard back.  He said he was very busy and that I should go ahead and publish it.  We agreed that if I had not heard from him by yesterday, that is what we would do.

 

From: illustrationhouse

Date: Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 2:49 PM

Subject: Permission to reprint "JC Leyendecker: A Retrospective" in Traditional Fine Arts' Resource Library

Dear Ms. Johannessen,

Thank you for the invitation to reprint my article. I would be honored to have it included in your archive. I own the copyright to this piece and can convey permission to you to republish it either in print form or as part of an on-line archive, on a non-exclusive basis, indefinitely. I should like to read it again (the version that appeared in the AAR) to make sure there are no typos.

A very brief bio follows (feel free to reword it if it is to appear in third person, or shortened):

I was born in 1954 and attended Hampshire College. I joined my father Walt Reed (founder of the gallery Illustration House) in 1981 and am now president of the gallery. I have written a number of articles about illustrators and the market for illustration art.

Sincerely,

Roger T. Reed

Illustration House, Inc.

P. S. I also sent this to info @

 

Dear Mr. Reed: 

I appreciate the time taken by your representative at Illustration House today to discuss with me the possibility of republishing your article "JC Leyendecker: A Retrospective" as it was published in American Art Review in the November-December 1997 issue.  I understand that you own the copyright to this text. 

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Again, I appreciate the time taken by you and the staff at Illustration House to consider TFAO's request.  Affirmation of your copyright ownership and permission to republish this article can be formerly given by responding to info@tfaoi.org, copying me.  Additionally, I would welcome a current author's biography to include with the article on our site.

Best regards, 

Shana Herb Johannessen


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