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The Art Institute of Chicago, Catalogue of the Forty-Third Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture. Chicago: 1930. Publishing: Grant Wood, American Gothic, 1930. 1930...
01. <em>Catalogue of the Forty-Third Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture</em>
The publication of Vasily Kandinsky’s Improvisation No. 30 (Cannons), in the United States in 1919 (shown in Case 2) establishes that the work is in the public domain in the United States....
03. <em>Kandinsky 1901-1913.</em> Berlin: Verlag Der Sturm, 1913.
Many of the rare instances in which an artist "renewed" the copyright of an artwork occurred when the artist filed a renewal application for a book by the artist illustrating the artwork. When...
04. United States Copyright Office, <em>Catalog of Copyright Entries</em>. July-Dec. 1960
Publishing: Rockwell Kent, Mount Equinox, Winter, 1921. 1923.51
03. Rockwell Kent, <em>Rockwellkentiana</em>. New York: Harcourt Brace and Co., 1933.
Mrs. James Ward Thorne, Miniature Rooms. San Francisco: Schwabacher-Frey Co., 1939.

Publishing: Mrs. James Ward Thorne, E-29: English Roman Catholic Church in the...
03. <em>E-29: English Roman Catholic Church in the Gothic Style, 1275-1300</em>, Mrs. James Ward Thorne
Publishing: Georgia O’Keeffe, Cow’s Skull with Calico Roses, 1931. 1947.712
02. James W. Lane, <em>The Work of Georgia O’Keeffe</em>. New York: The Dial Press, 1939.
Publishing: Camille Pissarro, The Crystal Palace, 1871. 1972.1164.
01. Charles Louis Borgmeyer, <em>The Master Impressionists</em>. Chicago: The Fine Arts Press, 1913.
Publishing: Ivan Albright, Heavy the Oar to Him Who is Tired, Heavy the Coat, Heavy the Sea, 1929. 1959.12
03. <em>WFMT Chicago Fine Arts Guide</em>. Chicago: November 1960
Grant Wood's American Gothic was first published in 1930 but fell into the public domain in the United States in 1958. Wood's estate filed a renewal application in 1980, more than two...
02. <em>American Gothic</em>, copyright renewal record, 1980
Publishing: Salvador Dali, Inventions of the Monsters, 1937. 1943.798
02. James Thrall Soby, <em>Salvador Dali</em>. New York:  Museum of Modern Art, 1946

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