Any downloading, printing or any other method of electronic transmitting of images or text without permission in writing from Gow Langsford Gallery on behalf of the author / artist or artist’s estate is prohibited.
Any original work or object created by a person is automatically copyrighted. Copyright protects an original artwork / text from being copied without permission of the copyright owner. Unless the artist has been deceased for more than fifty years, images published on this website are subject to legal copyright conditions. Copyright is held by the copyright owner which may be either an individual artist / writer or if the artist is deceased, by the artist’s estate.
How to Obtain Copyright Clearance
To apply for copyright permission, please contact the gallery stating why you wish to reproduce and the exact way you propose to use the image or text. If permission is granted, a reproduction fee may be charged by the Gallery, on behalf of the artist, author or the artist’s estate. To enquire: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artists have the moral right to be identified as the maker of a work and to object to false attribution or derogatory treatment of their work. (The Copyright Act, 1994, Section 7.1.3)
Research and Private Study: Making a copy of a work for research and private study purposes does not infringe copyright. However only one copy of any work may be made. (Copyright Act 1994, Section 43)
Copyright Expiry: The artist’s copyright expires fifty years after the artist’s death. Artworks no longer covered by copyright may be reproduced but in these instances we request that the artist’s moral copyright is upheld.
Conditions of Reproduction
Any image / text should be accompanied by a citation giving details of the artwork, the artist’s / author's name and Gow Langsford Gallery should be acknowledged as the source of the image. The integrity of the image must be maintained. It must be reproduced in full without any cropping or electronic manipulation.