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i'm working the cover for the second issue of Balladry, it's a tiny printed mag about music, art, strange.... listen to this band and you'll get the feel.
this magizine is completely free and no one is making money, a lot of people are putting out collective imaginations into it for no other reason then to express this scene, we pay out of the money we make from record releases.
i want to use
Sir Philip Burne-Jones - The vampire
as part of the cover, mangled and overlayed. do i have rights to do so for no profit?
just thought you might be able to help, or give advice. free subscribtion for a response.
email me, please.
It would depend on who owns it. It's possible that if owned by a museum who understands your reason for using it and your situation you might be allowed to use it. However, that does depend on the museum in question. Different local government authorities have different rules.
If owned by a private collector, you may have to pay something but that would depend on what the collector felt about you using it.
It might be worth creating your own version of the image and using that.
Hi - this painting is intriguing because its current location is unknown, if indeed it survives to this day. It has never been published in colour: only a black and white version of it is known. You're welcome to use the image
shown on this website - it was taken from a public domain publication (catalogue for an exhibition at The New Gallery in the late 1890s). Good luck with your project.
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