Re: [SACC-L] searching for art
For RNCSE, I went out and bought a couple of books of 18th-Century
woodcuts. The most attractive thing in the title was "Copyright Free
You can also try the Library of Congress; we use many of their images
FREE; and a lot of other gummint sources (like Smithsonian) have images
without copyright or with expired copyright.
Lloyd Miller wrote:
> For this fall's commemorative issue of Teaching Anthropology: SACC
> Notes, I'd like to feature an artistic line drawing or woodcut
> (photographs don't reprint well) on the cover page in lieu of the
> usual table of contents (which will appear on an inside page in this
> issue). Ideally, it should be something relevant to what we do, who
> we are, etc., and also something for which we don't have to pay
> So, I welcome any ideas, suggestions or contributions.
Andrew J Petto, PhD
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
PO Box 413
Milwaukee WI 53201-0413
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