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</bold><x-quoted>I am having trouble finding a picture of Jacob Lawrence's =
=22Confrontation at the bridge=22 to make a slide for my class. Is it poss=
ible to make one from an image on the internet.
There are several Jacob Lawrence paintings listed under =22Harlem Renaissan=
ce=22 in ArtLex - dictionary of visual art at <<http://www.artlex.com>
I don't think think =22Confrontation at the Bridge=22 is one of them, but y=
ou might find something else suitable to replace it.
I'm sure it's possible to make a slide from the Net. Just copy the image as=
a graphic file onto a disk and take the disk to a full service copy or pho=
to shop. Some places even allow you to email a file to them as an attachmen=
t. Call ahead to qualify the shop's capabilities. Such a slide will be much=
better the larger the image is-- number of pixels in each dimension-- so d=
on't bother with any thumbnails.
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