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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>
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: Hans Hofmann, The Golden Wall, 1961. 1962.775
03. William C. Seitz, <em>Hans Hofmann</em>. New York: Doubleday &amp; Co., Inc., 1963.
Publishing: Marc Chagall, The Praying Jew, 1923 (copy of a 1914 work). 1937.188.
03. <em>Marc Chagall : vingt-neuf reproductions de peintures et dessins</em>. Paris: Librairie Gallimard, 1928.

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