name of catalogue or brochure: Cornell Collects

author(s) of essay: Nancy Allyn Jarzombek

title of essay: "Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper" (pp 22-46)

date of publication 1990

ISBN number:


name of copyright owner: Herbert Johnson Museum of Art

phone:

contact:

other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection


other essays and authors in catalogue:

Note: not in TFAO or Google Books

Also may be earlier version that I am not sure fits with TFAO's focus: Cornell Collects Modern Art: Paintings from the Collection of the Herbert F ..., Published 1974, Office of University Publications, Cornell University


recovery matrix composite score:

status:

 
-- assigned to Stacey Wittig on 4/29/08
-- approved by copyright holder on < July 23, 2008> via email
-- essay reprinted in Resource Library: Cornell Collects: A Celebration of American Art from the Collections of Alumni and Friends, Part I: Painting, Sculpture, and Works on Paper; By Nancy Allyn Jarzombek (8/2/08)

 

Thank you so much, Liz. 

Just one last thing. Could you please email back to me the following permissions and copy toinfo@tfaoi.org ? Thank you!

In 1990 the Herbert Johnson Museum of Art published a book entitledCornell Collects: A Celebration of American Arts from the Collections of Alumni and Friends.Thank you for speaking with me about the following articles and clarifying that the Herbert Johnson Museum of Art is their owner. TFAO will be pleased to reprint the introduction (without illustrations) in Resource Library.

Nancy Allyn Jarzombek, "Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper" (pp 22-46)

Nancy Green, "Nineteen Century Prints" (pp. 81 to 94)

Nancy Jarzombek and Nancy Green, "Art of Today" (pp. 135-142 with conclusion)

Could you please confirm the Herbert Johnson Museum's permission to reprint the articles as owner of the text, without any accompanying illustrations, through a reply to this email addressed to me and to info@tfaoi.org? We further invite you to send a brief author's biography to accompany the text.  

Kind regards,

Stacey 

Stacey Wittig

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From:Elizabeth Emrich

Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 1:41 PM

To: Stacey Wittig

Subject: RE: FW: Permissions for Herbert Johnson Museum of Art: Cornell Collects, 1990

Dear Stacey,

We have heard from Nancy Jarzombek as well, and she is happy to grant permission for her texts to be reproduced, as well as Nancy Green's.  Thank you so much for checking with us!  Please let me know if you have any further questions.  Good luck with your project!

Best wishes,

Liz Emrich 

Elizabeth Emrich

Exhibitions Assistant

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853-4001

phone: 607.254.4546

fax: 607.255.9940

www.museum.cornell.edu

 

Thanks for your kind reply, Liz.

Resource Library wishes to reproduce the text only, and not the images. Thanks for checking with Nancy when you return.

I appreciate all your help,

Stacey Wittig

 

From:Elizabeth Emrich

Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 10:28 AM

To: Stacey Wittig

Subject: Re: FW: Permissions for Herbert Johnson Museum of Art: Cornell Collects, 1990

Dear Stacey,

We would be happy to grant permission to reproduce Nancy Green's text, although we will need to check for permission with Nancy Jarzombek, who no longer works here.  We need to locate her in order to contact her.  As for images, we do not have the rights to reproduce several of the images in the catalogue, as we do not own many of those works, and we do not control copyright to any of them.  Is there a possibility that we can release the text to you, but not the images?   Otherwise, we will need to contact the lenders of the works to ask their permission before releasing their information to you in order for you to request their credit lines and permissions.  Further to that, copyright is still under control for many works by estate groups or through Artists Rights Society in New York.  I will be out of town for the next few days, but as soon as I return I will look for and contact Nancy Jarzombek, and we should talk more about this process.  Thank you for your interest, and please let me know if you have any questions!

Best wishes,

Liz Emrich

Elizabeth Emrich

Exhibitions Assistant

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853-4001

phone: 607.254.4546

fax: 607.255.9940

www.museum.cornell.edu

 

Dear Andrea,

Matt Conway suggested that I contact you, and copy Liz on this request.

In 1990, you published Cornell Collects: A Celebration of American Arts from the Collections of Alumni and Friends. The Resource Library, a non-profit on-line publication would like to publish the following essays from that book:

Nancy Allyn Jarzombek, "Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper" (pp 22-46)

Nancy Green, "Nineteen Century Prints" (pp. 81 to 94)

Nancy Jarzombek and Nancy Green, "Art of Today" (pp. 135-142 with conclusion)

The Resource Library, founded in 1997, is the most comprehensive online publication devoted primarily to American representational art. The content time line spans the pre-Colonial period to the present and covers significant artistic and critical achievement in every state of the Union. It is published without subscription charges by its nonprofit owner and publisher Traditional Fine Arts Organization. Prior to August 1, 2004 the publication was named Resource Library Magazine.

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Resource Libraryreaders include students, scholars and teachers, plus the general public. Your institution would, of course, be mentioned and linked to the articles.

The copyright on the book shows your ownership of the articles. Would you be so kind to grant us permission so many students and scholars would have access to these great essays?

Kind regards,

Stacey

Stacey Wittig

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