OK,  OK,,   so   I am a month or two behind on reading the 
listserv....   Like most other things these days.

My apologies for the flurry of responses, most of which have been 
redundant in the thread.

this topic tends to fire me up a little, but I should have observed 
the date on the emails..

I'll stop now

Ta Ta


At 02:36 PM 6/11/2013, you wrote:
>That is up to a judge. The terms are Derivitive and Transformative. 
>The Original artist controls Derivitive works, the new artist 
>controls Transformative works.
>Good luck marking the dividing line.... toady Warhole might be in 
>trouble if the work he used was by another recent commercial artist.
>On 6/10/13 10:49 PM, cameron slayden wrote:
>>Can the new owner use the painting in their own artwork and then 
>>resell that, Warhol style?
>>On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:40 PM, Griswold, Britt 
>>(GSFC-279.0)[Maslow Media Group, Inc]
>><[log in to unmask] 
>><mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>     Chuck,
>>     Your statement is incorrect. Unless all rights are explicitly 
>> sold with the painting, all the
>>     purchaser has purchased is a painting, not it's reproduction 
>> rights. That is the way the
>>     copyright law is set up.
>>     Britt
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