‘What can we learn about Copyright History from Whistler’s Portrait of Lady Eden?’

“This month sees the opening of a major new exhibition of the work of the artist James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) at the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, which holds one of the largest Whistler collections in the world: Whistler: Art and Legacy (9 July-31 October 2021). In this blog, I reflect on how one painting by Whistler in the Hunterian collection (not part of the exhibition) can help us think again about the relationship between art and copyright: Brown and Gold: Portrait of Lady Eden (1894-5) …” (more)

[Elena Cooper, CREATe, 26 July]

First posted 2021-08-09 18:00:49

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