American Art Review month and year: June-August 96

author(s): David Steinberg

title of American Art Review article: "Transformations in Cleveland Art, 1796 -1946"

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Note: William H. Robinson and David Steinberg, eds., Transformations in Cleveland Art, 1796-1976, Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1996.


recovery matrix composite score: 2

status:

-- assigned to Shana Herb Johannessen on 3/3/09
-- approved by copyright holder on 5/21/09 via email
-- published in Resource Library:
The Forest City Rises: Symbol and Value in Cleveland's First Pictures; essay by David Steinberg (7/3/09)
Fine Art in an Industrial Age; essay by David Steinberg (7/3/09)
 

On 5/27/09 SHJ said ...Cleveland Art: Permission granted to publish catalogue essays by Cleveland Art Museum.  Essays have been submitted in electronic format.

From: Laurence Channing <lc...

Date: Thu, May 21, 2009 at 1:42 PM

Subject: Articles by David Steinberg

To: "inf..

Cc: Shana Johannessen <sj..

Dear TFAO,

This is to confirm our permission for TFAO to publish two chapters from the CMA exhibition catalogue Transformations in Cleveland Art 1796-1946: "The Forest City Rises: Symbol and Value in Cleveland's First Pictures" and "Fine Art in an Industrial Age."  The Cleveland Museum of Art holds all rights to these texts, which are attached. 

Thanks for your interest in our publication, and recognition of David's scholarship.

Laurence Channing

Director of Publications

The Cleveland Museum of Art

 

From: Laurence Channing <lc..

Date: Fri May 15, 2009 8:14:58 AM US/Pacific

To: "'in..

Cc: Barbara Bradley <b., 'David Steinberg' <da.

Subject: Publishing two articles by David Steinberg

Dear Shana,

This is to confirm our agreement with your plan to publishtwo essays by David Steinberg: "The Forest City Rises: Symbol and Value in Cleveland's First Pictures" and "Fine Art in an Industrial Age," from the Cleveland Museum publication Transformations inClevelandArt 1796-1946. I will forward these texts to you as soon as I extract them from the records.

Regards,

Laurence Channing

Director of Publications

The Cleveland Museum of Art 



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