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March 03, 2012

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Hannah

Perhaps V&A sold a license of the image, or the Prado in the case of Bosch? The Met and Phaedon have similar systems.

Anna/Irenebrination

Thank you so much for your suggestion. That may be an option in some cases, even though selling a license may depend on what you're going to do with that specific image (are you going to print it on a postcard or a notebook for personal or commercial uses or are you going to sell Haute Couture dresses with that print?); but in Dries Van Noten's case he took the pictures and then re-worked them, so I wonder are we all allowed to do it from now on? Can we all ask a museum to take our own images of something in their own archives and then use these images for commercial purposes? Maybe somebody working in a museum can help us finding the answer!

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