Spring 1977

 

Vol. XXVI, No. 1

The New Copyright Law - Its Impact on the Visual Artist
by Hamish Sandison

Editorial on the 1976 copyright law and how it affects sculptors by the Executive Director of the Bay Area Lawyers for the Arts, San Francisco.
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Sculptors of New England
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Overview of sculptors and arts organizations that exist in the six states that make up New England. Photos of work by Frank Eliscu, Elisabeth Gordon Chandler, Mico Kaufmann, Kahlil Gibran, Beverly B. Seamans, Edward F. Widstrom, George Aarons, Theodore Barbarossa, Richard Recchia, Paul Fjelde, Katharine L. Weems, Jane Wasey, Louis Feros, Heinz Warneke, Gladys Bates, Walker Hancock, Frank Gaylord, Gertrude Lathrop, Elfriede Abbe, Adlai Hardin, Stephen Searles, Joseph Boulton, Stanley Bleifeld, Richardson White, Marion Sanford, Kristin Lothrop Jane B. Armstrong, Amelia Peabody and Ernest Morenon.
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Boston Statues
by Walter Muir Whitehill

Except from the book 'Boston Statues' about the public sculpture in Boston, which mostly created in the second half of the 19th century. (6 photos)
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National Historic Shrines of Two Sculptors
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Article on the only two sculptors to have their studios designated national historic shrines - Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Daniel Chester French (both are in New England).
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Collector's Corner
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Announcement of NSS offering 'Child's Head' by Eberle and 'Young Woman' by Salvatore castings in bronze for sale.
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