name of catalogue or brochure: The Book of Nature: American Painters and the Natural Sublime, ©1983, the Hudson River Museum

author(s) of essay: an essay by Francis Murphy

title of essay: The Book of Nature: American Painters and the Natural Sublime

date of publication 1983

ISBN number:


name of copyright owner:

phone:

contact:

other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection


essays and authors in catalogue:

List of Lenders to the Exhibition 4 Table of Contents

Foreword by Peter Langlykke 5

The Book Of Nature: American Painters and the Natural

Sublime, an essay by Francis Murphy 6 Color Plates 73

Essay on American Scenery by Thomas Cole 89

On the Subject of the Mountain by Marsden Hartley 102 Checklist of the Exhibition 105

Suggested Reading 109

Contributors 110

Board of Trustees and Staff III Acknowledgments 112

 


recovery matrix composite score:

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-- assigned to Stacey Wittig on 10/15/08
-- approved by copyright holder on < Fri, 5 Dec 2008> via email
-- essay reprinted in Resource Library: The Book of Nature: American Painters and the Natural Sublime; essay by Francis Murphy (1/8/09)
 

From: Laura Vookles

Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 16:26:43 -0500

To: "Stacey Wittig"

Cc: "John Hazeltine", "Bartholomew Bland
Subject: RE: Permissions: From The Book of Nature

This is fine.  You may use the text as you have described.

Laura Vookles

Chief Curator of Collections

914-963-4550 x220

 

From: Stacey Wittig

Sent: Friday, December 05, 2008 4:04 PM

To: Laura Vookles

Cc: 'John Hazeltine'

Subject: RE: Permissions: From The Book of Nature

Attachments: There is 1 attachment

Hello Laura,

Thanks for your response during a hectic season! There is no mention at all of Frank Murphy holding any copyright and I am attaching a scan of the copyright page to show that Hudson River Museum is the holder of the copyright on this essay. Thank you for sending info for his bio.

So please send email by replying back to "ALL" with your "permission granted" for the Resource Library to rekey and post an essay from a book you published in 1983, The Book of Nature: American Painters and the Natural Sublime. The essay is by Francis Murphy and can be viewed on pp 6 -71. (see below email)

Could you please confirm the Hudson River Museum's permission to reprint the articles as owner of the text, without any accompanying illustrations, through a reply to this email addressed to me and to info@

Thanks again --Stacey

 

From: Laura Vookles

Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 10:30 AM

To: Stacey Wittig

Subject: RE: Permissions: From The Book of Nature

If you are sure that Frank Murphy does not also hold copyright, then it is OK.  As I mentioned before, at some point we will also have these up on Google Books.

From what I can tell online Frank Murphy is still associated with Smith College, though emeritus now.  Here are links, which note two fairly recent projects.

Any information I would have here would be over 20 years out of date-that is why I checked online.  I also never met him myself.

Thanks for reminding me.  This fall has been especially hectic.

LV

http://www.penguinclassics.co.uk/nf/Author/AuthorPage/0,,1000064990,00.html

http://64.233.169.132/search?q=cache:SVBV5HN0s54J:saqonline.smith.edu/article.epl%3Fissue_id%3D7%26article_id%3D467+%22francis+murphy%22+%22smith+college%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=15&gl=us

Laura Vookles

Chief Curator of Collections

914-963-4550 x220

 

-----Original Message-----

From: Stacey Wittig

Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 11:06 AM

To: Laura Vookles

Subject: FW: Permissions: From The Book of Nature

Hello Laura,

The Resource Library would like your permission to rekey and post an essay from a book you published in 1983, The Book of Nature: American Painters and the Natural Sublime. The essay is by Francis Murphy and can be viewed on pp 6 -71. (see below email)

Could you please confirm the Hudson River Museum's permission to reprint the articles as owner of the text, without any accompanying illustrations, through a reply to this email addressed to me and to info@? We further invite you to send a brief author's biography to accompany the text.

Many thanks for your kind help! --Stacey

 


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