name of catalogue or brochure: Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925-1945

author(s) of essay: Kent Seavey, Guest Curator,

title of essay: Prologue/Introduction (5 pages)

date of publication 1982

ISBN number:


name of copyright owner: Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art

phone:

contact:

other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection


other essays and authors in catalogue:

Note: not in TFAO or Google Books

Skip the Foreward: TFAO does not want to publish it.


recovery matrix composite score:

status:

-- assigned to Stacey Wittig on 4/29/08
-- approved by copyright holder on <May 29, 2008 > via email
-- essay reprinted in Resource Library: Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925 - 1945; texts by Kent Seavey (7/11/08)
 

Dear Mike Whittington, 

Thank you very much, Mike for permission to reprint. One more step, would you be so kind to reply to this email to me and to info@tfaoi.org? Thanks again.

Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publications and research. A special TFAO emphasis is building an archive of significant texts, authored by scholars and other informed individuals, beneficial for the study of art history in the United States.  

As a public service, without charge to readers, TFAO annually publishes a number of scholarly articles and essays relating to American representational art in its publication Resource Library. The home page for TFAO is located at <http://www.tfaoi.org>. A list of published authors is at <http://www.tfaoi.org/aa/4aa/4aa348.htm>. For Resource Library's home page please see <http://tfaoi.org/resourc.htm>.  

In 1982 the Monterey Museum of Art published a book entitled Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925-1945. Thank you for speaking with me about the Foreword byThomas J. Logan (one page) and Prologue/Introduction by Kent Seavey (5 pages)and clarifying that the Monterey Museum of Art is its owner. TFAO will be pleased to reprint the introduction (without illustrations) in Resource Library.

Could you please confirm Monterey Museum of Art' permission to reprint as owner of the text, without any accompanying illustrations, through a reply to this email addressed to me and to info [at] tfaoi.org? We further invite you to send a brief author's biography to accompany the text.  

Best regards,

Stacey Wittig

 

From:Mike Whittington

Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 6:25 AM

To: Stacey Wittig

Subject: RE: Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925-1945 (1982)

 

Permission granted 

 

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E. Michael Whittington

Executive Director

MontereyMuseumof Art

559 Pacific Street

Monterey, CA  93940

t. 831.372.5477, x. 111

f. 831.372.5680

c. 831.402.1412

www.montereyart.org

 

From:Stacey Wittig

Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 10:07 AM

To: Mike Whittington

Subject: Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925-1945 (1982)

 

Hello Mike,

Thank you for allowing me to share some information about The Resource Library, an online publication of Traditional Fine Arts Organization.

The Resource Library, founded in 1997, is the most comprehensive online publication devoted primarily to American representational art. The content time line spans the pre-Colonial period to the present and covers significant artistic and critical achievement in every state. It is published without subscription charges by its nonprofit owner and publisher Traditional Fine Arts Organization.

Library of Congress Number: ISSN 1550-8420

Resource Libraryreaders include students, scholars and teachers, plus the general public. Site traffic analysis covering the most recent five-year period suggests that over a third of traffic derives from student and teacher readership.

We are a non-profit organization that you can trust with your publications; take a look at our site to see how we've handled others' works. We have hundreds of authors in our Author Index. There are hundreds of museums listed on our Museum Index.

The Resource Librarywould like your permission to rekey and post from the Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925-1945 (1982):

- Thomas J. Logan, Director: Foreward (one page)

- Kent Seavey, Guest Curator, Prologue/Introduction (5 pages)

If the Monterey Museum of Art were so kind as to grant us permission to rekey and post the above articles (without illustrations or photos), then your information would appear at the top of the page:

· Museum name

· Contact phone number of your museum

· Web link to your website

 At the bottom of the page, after each article, the Monterey Museum of Art will be further referenced with:

"Read more articles and essays concerning this institutional source by visiting the sub-index page for the Monterey Museum of Artin Resource Library Magazine." (You may see an example of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art references at http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/3aa/3aa23.htm )

TFAO's website, http://www.tfaoi.com/resourc.htm, outlines in much detail any questions that you or your colleagues might have. But please feel free to call me with any questions.

Please let me know when would be a good time to email to you a permissions letter.

I look forward to working with you,

Stacey

 


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