American Art Review publication:

month: < February-March>
year: 199<4 >
volume: <VI >
number <1 >
pages: <102-109, 155-156 >

author(s): <Anne Monahan>

article title: <I Tell My Heart: The Art of Horace Pippin >

reprint of:

catalogue text < >
catalogue essay excerpt < >
catalogue essay condensation < >
other < >

dates of exhibit: 199< >

title of exhibit: <I Tell My Heart: The Art of Horace Pippin >

organizing museum: <Museum of American Art at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts >

museum phone: <215-972-7600 >

museum library phone: < >

library contact: < >

other contact: < >

copyright owner(s) of catalogue text: < >

copyright owner(s) of American Art Review article: < >

contact(s) for reprint permission: < >

recovery matrix composite score: <2 >


--- assigned to < Shana Herb Johannessen> on <7/6/07 >
-- approved by author on <9/11/07 > via < email> yet author not certain of ownership
-- activity on this article deferred on < > until < >
-- article or underlying essay reprinted in Resource Library on < >

9 Apr 2008


I had originally gotten permission from Anne Monahan to reprint the article.  When I reapproached her for a more firm commitment that she was copyright holder... she told me that she couldn't be certain if she was paid by AAR or not, so I didn't prepare a package for this essay. ...



From: John Hazeltine <>

Date: Wed Apr 9, 2008 8:43:41 AM US/Pacific

To: Shana...

Subject: Anne Monahan approval

Attachments: There are 2 attachments

Hi Shana,

I'm back in the office after the week's trip and will work on your submissions as soon as I can. Thanks for sending them. While going through old notes I found the following approval email from Anne Monahan on the following article:

American Art Review publication:

month: < February-March>

year: 199<4 >

volume: <VI >

number <1 >

pages: <102-109, 155-156 >

author(s): <Anne Monahan>

article title: <I Tell My Heart: The Art of Horace Pippin >

I can't find that you billed for the article (see the two invoices below) or that it was published. Was there a problem with the approval later on? If the approval is complete could you please send the article to TFAO for publication?



From: John Hazeltine <>

Date: Tue Sep 11, 2007 5:51:27 PM US/Pacific

To: Shana...

Subject: Anne Monahan Permission to reprint article




Begin forwarded message:

From: Anne Monahan

Date: Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:32:03 PM US/Pacific


Cc: shana...

Subject: Fwd: Permission to reprint your article from American Art Review

You have my permission to reprint the article.

Anne Monahan


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