American Art Review month and year: December 94 -January 95

author(s): Olga Viso

title of American Art Review article: "Artists of the American Scene: The Gronlund Collection of 20th Century Prints"

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recovery matrix composite score: 5

status:

-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on April 30, 2009
-- approved by copyright holder on May 22, 2009, and June 17, 2009, respectively via email
-- published in Resource Library: The Golden Age of American Printmaking 1900 - 1950; essay by Olga M. Viso (8/7/09)

 

RE: Permission to publish brochure essay: Artists of the American Scene: a Selection from the Dr. Robert and Mrs. Dorothy M. Gronlund Collection of Twentieth-Century American Prints: On June 17, 2009 Karol Lurie wrote to SJ and said that persimmon of Mrs. Gronlund would not be needed since Ms. Viso had published the essay in other places without objection from Mrs. Gronlund. KL therefore gave full permission on behalf of Mrs. Gronlund to print the article in Resource Library.

 

From: Karol Lurie <l.....

Date: Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:55:51 AM US/Pacific

To: "in..

Cc: Shana Johannessen <s..

Subject: RE: Permission to publish brochure essay: Artists of the American Scene: a Selection from the Dr. Robert and Mrs. Dorothy M. Gronlund Collection of Twentieth-Century American Prints

The Norton Museum is happy to give you permission to reprint the brochure essay. I will try to contact Mrs. Gronlund by mail.

 Regards,

Karol

Karol Lurie

Curatorial Administrator

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From:Shana Johannessen ...

Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 11:19 AM

To: Karol Lurie

Subject: Permission to publish brochure essay: Artists of the American Scene: a Selection from the Dr. Robert and Mrs. Dorothy M. Gronlund Collection of Twentieth-Century American Prints

Dear Karol Lurie:

Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publications and research. A special TFAO emphasis is building an archive of significant texts, authored by scholars and other informed individuals, beneficial for the study of art history in the United States.

As a public service, without charge to readers, TFAO annually publishes a number of scholarly articles and essays relating to American representational art in its online publication Resource Library. The home page for TFAO can be found at http://www.tfaoi.org. A list of published authors can be found at http://www.tfaoi.org/aa/4aa/4aa348.htm. For Resource Library's homepage, please see http://tfaoi.org/resourc.htm.

In 1994-95, Olga Viso authored an article for American Art Review's December-January issue. I spoke with Ms. Viso on May 22, and she confirmed that that article had been derived from a brochure essay ("Artists of the American Scene: a Selection from the Dr. Robert and Mrs. Dorothy M. Gronlund Collection of Twentieth-Century American Prints") owned by the Norton Museum of Art.  Thank you for corresponding with me about the essay and clarifying that the Norton Museum is its owner. TFAO will be pleased to reprint the article (without illustrations) in Resource Library. Could you please confirm the Norton Museum's permission to reprint the article by emailing your response to in.. copying me?

I further appreciate your forwarding this request for permission to Mrs. Gronlund.

Best regards,

 

From: Shana Johannessen <s..

Date: Mon May 25, 2009 6:49:13 PM US/Pacific

To: John Hazeltine <in..

Subject: Olga Viso communication -- fyi

John: 

I'll contact the Norton, per her message below. 

Shana

 

On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 2:47 PM Olga Viso granted permission for the article to be reproduced in RL. She said that SJ should seek permission as well from the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, for whom OV was a curator at the time of writing. OV said that the article and brochure essay on which it was drawn was for an exhibition of the Gronlund collection at the Norton Museum.

 

From:Shana Johannessen

Sent: Friday, May 22, 2009 1:29 PM

To: Viso, Olga

Cc: Friedlander, Leslie

Subject: Interested in republishing your article from American Art Review

Dear Ms. Viso:

Yesterday I talked with Leslie Friedlander about the possiblity of speaking with you about an article you published in American Art Review.  I am contracting with Traditional Fine Arts Organization to pursue permissions for articles of interest to it for an online journal it publishes....

Best regards,

Shana Johannessen

 


A special TFAO emphasis is building an archive of material, authored by scholars and other informed individuals, beneficial for the study of art history in the United States. As a public service, without charge to readers, TFAO annually publishes a number of scholarly texts relating to American representational art in its publication Resource Library.

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