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March 03, 2012


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


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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