American Art Review month and year: VOLUME EIGHT NUMBER 1 - FEBRUARY-MARCH 1996
author(s): Brady M. Roberts and James M. Dennis
title of American Art Review article: Grant Wood, An American Master Revealed
Exhibition catalogue has essays by several authors.
Grant Wood: An American Master Revealed (Paperback) by James M. Dennis (Author), James S. Hornes (Author), Helen Mar Parkin (Author), Joslyn Art Museum (Author), Davenport Museum of Art (Author), Worcester Art Museum (Author), Grant Wood (Author), Brady M. Roberts (Editor)
# Paperback: 112 pages
# Publisher: Pomegranate Communications; 1st ed edition (October 1995) (do not pursue these essays further if the commerical publisher owns copyright instead of authors or museum)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 0876544855
# ISBN-13: 978-0876544853
recovery matrix composite score: 4
Contractor requested to obtain permissions for catalogue essays as first choice, but do not pursue these essays further if the commerical publisher owns copyright instead of authors or museum.
From: "Andrew Wallace" <aw ...
Date: Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:50:50 AM US/Pacific
To: "'Shana Johannessen'" <sjp ..
Subject: RE: Permission to reprint Brady Roberts essay from Grant Wood catalogue
Note: Mr. Wallace verified permission directly to TFAO
From: Shana Johannessen <sj..
Date: Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:12:35 PM US/Pacific
To: John Hazeltine <in...
Roberts: The Figge Art Museum has granted permission; I'm working out whether I also need it from the author, who is supportive and with whom I am in contact. I'll tie that up shortly.
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From: Shana Johannessen <sj...
Date: Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 5:21 PM
Subject: Re: Permission to reprint Brady Roberts essay from Grant Wood catalogue
To: Andrew Wallace <...@figgeartmuseum.org>
Thank you, Mr. Wallace. Could you please resend this message to email@example.com, copying me? The organization's policy is that permissions must be send directly to the office (rather than forwarded by me).
Thank you again. I will send you a link when the article has been published.
On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 4:49 PM, Andrew Wallace <...@figgeartmuseum.org> wrote:
February 23, 2009
Traditional Fine Arts Organization
Dear Ms. Johannessen,
You have the Figge's permission to reprint the text from the article by Brady Roberts et al. which appeared inAmerican Art Review(Feb/Mar 1996 Vol 8 No 1) on Traditional Fine Arts Organization's online Resource Library.
Please send us directions to the link when it is published.
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