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About copy right?

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Skc (skc203)
Thu, 3 Dec 1998 09:39:48 -0500


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Dear teachers,

I want to publish an art education related paper in a non-profit journal =
(absolutely non-for-sale). Because I have to use some artworks for =
illustration. I wonder if I need to send letters to those who collect =
them for their consent, or simply credit them in my paper. If the art =
collectors are from,like Spain, France, China...etc., how can I do?

Thanks!

Sk

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Dear teachers,

I want to publish an art education related paper in a non-profit = journal=20 (absolutely non-for-sale). Because I have to use some artworks for = illustration.=20 I wonder if I need to send letters to those who collect them for their = consent,=20 or simply credit them in my paper. If the art collectors are from,like = Spain,=20 France, China...etc., how can I do?

Thanks!

Sk

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