name of catalogue or brochure: Figure in American Art 1764-1983, C1986, Kennedy Galleries, NY

author(s) of essay: an essay by John I. H. Baur

title of essay:

date of publication 1986

ISBN number:

name of copyright owner: Kennedy Galleries, NY

phone: (212) 605-0568

contact: Lillian Brenwasser

other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection

other essays and authors in catalogue:


recovery matrix composite score:


-- assigned to Stacey Wittig on 10/15/08
-- approved by copyright holder on < Nov 19, 2008> via email
-- essay reprinted in Resource Library The Figure in American Art: 1764-1983; essay by John I.H. Baur (1/12/09)


*From:* Lillian Brenwasser

*Sent:* Friday, November 21, 2008 8:54 AM

*To:* 'Stacey Wittig'

*Subject:* RE: permissions

Dear Stacey Wittig:

We do not have a bio on John I. H. Baur but there are several on the

internet. If you Google his full name, you will see them easily. If

you find one from /The American Art Journal/, which was published by

Kennedy Galleries, you have our permission to use it.

Sincerely yours,

Lillian Brenwasser

On Wednesday, November 19, 2008, at 01:37 PM, Stacey Wittig wrote:

Dear Ms Brenwasser,

Thank you for verifying that Kennedy Galleries, Inc. is the owner of the essay, Figure in American Art 1764-1983, and authorizing The Resource Library to rekey and post the essay on their web library per your below permissions.

Would you like to provide a bio for John I. H. Baur?

Again, many thanks,

Stacey Wittig


From:Lillian Brenwasser

Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 8:27 AM

To: stacey

Subject: permissions

Re: Permissions: The Figure in American Art 1764-1983, C1986

Dear Stacey Wittig:

This will authorize you torekey and post from the Figure in American Art 1764-1983, C1986, Kennedy Galleries, NY an essay by John I. H. Baur without illustrations.  The credit line should be as follows:

Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York

Sincerely yours,

Lillian Brenwasser

Vice President

Kennedy Galleries Inc.

P. O. Box 5298

New York, NY 10185-5298

(212) 605-0568

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