name of catalogue or brochure: 19th Century American Topographic Painters, no copyright info, 1975, Lowe Art Museum, FL

author(s) of essay: an essay by John Wilmerding

title of essay: SPRING BLOOM AND AUTUMN BLAZE: Topographies of American Landscape and Character

date of publication 1975

ISBN number:


name of copyright owner: Lowe Art Museum, FL

phone:

contact:

other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection


other essays and authors in catalogue:

 


recovery matrix composite score:

status:

 
-- assigned to Stacey Wittig on 10/15/08
-- approved by copyright holder on <1/12/09> via email
-- essay reprinted in Resource Library :Spring Bloom and Autumn Blaze: Topographies of American Landscape and Character; essay by John Wilmerding (1/17/09)

 

From:Schneiderman, Kara L.

Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 12:20 PM

To: 'Stacey Wittig'

Subject: RE: Permissions: 19th C Topographic Painters

Stacey,

Thanks for faxing the agreement.  I did get your other fax.  You now have permission to reproduce the article.  Please let me know when it has been posted.

Thanks,

Kara

Kara Schneiderman

Assistant Director for Collections and Exhibition Services

LoweArt Museum, University of Miami

1301 Stanford Drive

Coral Gables, FL  33124-6310

tel  (305) 284-5423   

 

From:Schneiderman, Kara L.

Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 7:25 AM

To: 'Stacey Wittig'

Subject: RE: Permissions: 19th C Topographic Painters

Dear Stacey,

We have reviewed your request and are willing to grant you permission to post the article.  You may not reproduce any of the images associated with it, as these are works that were lent to the Lowe for the exhibition so we do not own them.  We require use of our rights and reproduction agreement.  If there are specific terms you are requesting, please send them to me and I will incorporate them into the special conditions of our agreement.

Thanks,

Kara

Kara Schneiderman

Assistant Director for Collections and Exhibition Services

LoweArt Museum, University of Miami

1301 Stanford Drive

Coral Gables, FL  33124-6310

tel  (305) 284-5423  

 


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