The Case of Designers, Engravers, Etchers, &c., London (1735)

Source: Lincolns Inn Library: MP102, Fol.125

The Case of Designers, Engravers, Etchers, &c., London (1735), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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The Case of Designers, Engravers, Etchers, &c. stated in a Letter to a Member of Parliament

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Year: 1735

Location: London

Language: English

Source: Lincolns Inn Library: MP102, Fol.125

Persons referred to:
Hogarth, William
Lambert, George
Louis XIV
Pine, John
Vandergucht, Gerrard
Vertue, George
Ware, Isaac

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Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture (Paris)

French royal decree on the fine arts (1714)

applied art, protected subject matter
art market
engravings, protected subject matter
labour theory

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