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Re: posters, transparencies

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Marvin P. Bartel (MarvinPB)
Mon, 11 Dec 1995 16:37:17 -0600


Alan Prince <bigal.edu> asked:
>Hello, art peoples:
>Can anyone help with a suggestion? I'm seeking posters showing
>The Conjuror by Bosch and The Feast in the House of Levi by
>Veronese. Transparencies will also do.
>Neither the museum in Paris which has The Conjuror nor the
>Academy in Venice which has The Feast in the House of Levi
>responds to my requests.
>Does anyone know of a central clearing house for this sort
>of thing?

REPLY
I can't answer your question about a clearing house, perhaps somebody else
can. What I do when I need a commercially unavailable image to show a
class, I scan it in from a color reproduction in a book with a computer
scanner and print it on transparency film with my computer ink jet color
printer. In your school, your audiovisual service department my be able to
do it. Office supply stores sell special transparency film for ink jet
printers. I understand that as teachers we do have some usage priveleges
to make teaching copies of copyright materials for our own classroom use.
I am always careful to give the source of materials I show in class. If
your school has a good quality projector for computer file images, it can
also be shown that way once it is scanned in. I've seen World Wide Web
images shown in a classroom this way with quite good quality.

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