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Re: Signatures

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Litesal (litesal)
Thu, 11 Nov 1999 21:51:24 -0500


> I believe that one must be very sober about the business of art.
Plagiarism
> abounds. We have gotten burned by unscrupulous dealers. However, if we
have
> records we can go after them in small claims court and prosecute if we
have
> to, just to drive them out so others don't suffer the same experience.
Most
> people feel that artists just 'hang loose" and our mild manner makes us
easy
> prey. A few scars and we wizen up.
>
> Marsha

Dear Colleagues,

After reading all the practical reasons why one SHOULD sign their work, I
am convinced that it is a good idea. However, now I'm scratching my head
over why this was never discussed in school (undergraduate or graduate,
painting major). Thanks for all the comments. I still can't find a place
to sign my finished work, though, I'm used to it the way it is!

Leah

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