Paintings Pattern or Item Oil On Board DescriptionLandscape, Cows Near Stream, Frame, Thos. B. Craig, '79, 9 x 17 In. Year 2001 Price $1320.00 this is from an art price book - so his paintings go for this - I have a print that was glued to a canvas and was trying to find the price of it - I would assume its not worth much - only the oil on board. Thomas Bigelow Craig (Woodland, New York, 1849-1924) 10" x 14" oil on canvas. Titled "Meadowlands and Brook". Signed lower left "Thos. B. Craig". Title and also signed again "Thos. B. Craig ANA" on back of canvas. Thomas Craig, known for his landscapes of grazing cows, was born in Philadelphia and then later moved to New York City in 1889. He was a member of the National Academy, Salmagundi Club and Artists Fund Society. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design for forty-five years. He is listed in Dawdy, Fieldings, Hughes, Mallett, Who's Who, Davenports, etc. Two small scratches; otherwise, in fine original condition with original frame. EST. $1000. - $2000. Price: $1925.00
I have a copy of this print available it is copyright 1909 by the white city art co. If you are still interested in this print please contact me at email@example.com. Would love to hear from you.
you can print it but not retype it and say its yours.
I have a signed print of forsythia, what is this print worth?
A publishing company that included artists reprints/reproductions. I have access to a print that is copyright 1881 titled "The Life of Christ". This print is in the original frame. Published by Great Western Supply House, Chicago, ILLS, Publishers.
With the permission of the copyright holder.
Not necessarily; often works will be protected by copyright long after they are out of print.
as much as the ink costs to print the words "copyright © year author"
You will have to go to the website of the Copyright Office in your locale & either print the form available there or request a mailed copy be sent. (see the related link below for instructions & forms to download from the US Copyright Office)
i have a print from the national gallery crossing the brook by turner is this valuable
"Out of print" does not equal public domain. A work is safe to use only if the copyright has expired or deliberately been placed in the public domain by the rights holder. Or if the copyright has expired and was not properly renewed.
Picasso's original works would be protected by copyright, but he did not print the notification on the work itself.
You cannot. It is not legit and it is copyright. You can go to jail if you do that.
You cannot find these books legally online to print as that is against copyright laws.
Certainly you can, but any reproduction of a document still under copyright is a violation of copyright law, whether or not it is in print. For works copyrighted after 1963, copyrights run for a minimum of 95 years. Be careful.
Once you have written a book, it is copyright to you. All writers copyright their own books.
You can print your Wattpad stories through the independent publisher. They are still your copyright so you can choose another means as well.
Some songs, but others are protected by copyright.
Contact the photographer for their permission.
Usually the page in small print before the title page.
It is self-titled Nicholas Jonas
A print from 1895 would be in the public domain in most countries, unless the creator lived remarkably long after its creation.
Assuming the book is under copyright, to resell an ebook is a violation of copyright (different thing than re-selling a print book, which is not a violation of copyright).