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Licensing and copyright
For all licensing and copyright matters
by Edward Malindine
bromide print, 19 February 1935
The rights to this work do not belong to the Gallery.
You must therefore contact the rights-owners, to obtain a copy of the image and permission. If you would like us to put you in touch with them, please use one of the following links to provide details of how you intend to use the image. If the rights-owners are willing to grant a licence, you will be responsible for negotiating and paying the appropriate fees to them. Please note that there is no guarantee that permission will be forthcoming.
If the rights-owner grants you permission but is unable to supply you with an image, please let us know. When you have provided proof of the rights-owners’ permission to do so, the Gallery will produce this image for you, if possible, from the original in our collection. The minimum charge for this service is £50.00 + VAT to offset the costs of image production (standard JPEG file is 300 pixels per inch at 8 inches wide) and must be paid by credit card.
Image production is always at the Gallery’s discretion and is subject to terms and conditions. The extensive loans and conservation programmes, as well as the fragility of some objects in our collections, mean that works may not always be made available for photography or scanning.