WEFOUNDCatalogue of Copyright Entries, 1913, Vol. 8: Part 4; Works of Art; Reproductions of a Work of Art; Drawings or Plastic Works of a Scientific or ... Motion Pictures (Classic Reprint)


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This page contains links to copyright registration records in the Catalog of Copyright Entries and other sources, from 1923 to 1949. Original copyrights from these years may still be in force if they were renewed, or if they were exempt from renewal requirements. Copyrights from earlier years that were renewed during this time period have expired in the US. See this page for more details.

More recent copyright registrations (from 1950 and later) are also available via this site, as are historic registrations from 1922 and earlier (all of which have by now expired).

This work is supported by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries , which hosts this site, and supports its editor, by the Copyright Office , Google Books and the Internet Archive , which have scanned many of the Catalog of Copyright Entries volumes in this time period, and by Hathi Trust , which provides open access to some of these volumes.

After art school, Dreyer was considering a move to Paris to begin his career. But after a letter from his sister in Topeka, Kansas told of an awakening interest in art and a shortage of sculptors, the young sculptor decided to try America rather than the already overcrowded city of Paris. Dreyer went to America in 1903 and made Kansas City, Missouri, his home for more than 40 years. [3]

He moved into a studio and an apartment at 407 Studio Building (previously at the northwest corner of 9th Street and Locust) in Kansas City. He was a sculpture professor at the Fine Arts Institute (which later became the Kansas City Art Institute ) from 1907 to 1909. [4] Dreyer was dismissed from the Art Institute because he used nude models, a charge for which Thomas H. Benton would also be dismissed from the Art Institute in the 1930s. [4] He married Lorena E. McWilliams, one of his students, in 1918. [4]

One of his first works was a sculpture of a woman reclining on the ground. One cast of this sculpture was acquired in the first year of the City Art Museum of Saint Louis (which later became the Saint Louis Art Museum) in 1909. The museum sold this sculpture, titled "Life Drift", through Christie's East, New York, October 15, 1986, sale number 6215, lot 47. [5]

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This page contains links to copyright registration records in the Catalog of Copyright Entries and other sources, from 1923 to 1949. Original copyrights from these years may still be in force if they were renewed, or if they were exempt from renewal requirements. Copyrights from earlier years that were renewed during this time period have expired in the US. See this page for more details.

More recent copyright registrations (from 1950 and later) are also available via this site, as are historic registrations from 1922 and earlier (all of which have by now expired).

This work is supported by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries , which hosts this site, and supports its editor, by the Copyright Office , Google Books and the Internet Archive , which have scanned many of the Catalog of Copyright Entries volumes in this time period, and by Hathi Trust , which provides open access to some of these volumes.

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UK copyright law was revised in 2003 to align it with a European Union directive on copyright. See our frequently asked questions (FAQ) on copyright law for more information on aspects of the changes that affect our services.

Generally, copyright expires in literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works 70 years from the end of the calendar year in which the author dies.

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This page contains links to copyright registration records in the Catalog of Copyright Entries and other sources, from 1923 to 1949. Original copyrights from these years may still be in force if they were renewed, or if they were exempt from renewal requirements. Copyrights from earlier years that were renewed during this time period have expired in the US. See this page for more details.

More recent copyright registrations (from 1950 and later) are also available via this site, as are historic registrations from 1922 and earlier (all of which have by now expired).

This work is supported by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries , which hosts this site, and supports its editor, by the Copyright Office , Google Books and the Internet Archive , which have scanned many of the Catalog of Copyright Entries volumes in this time period, and by Hathi Trust , which provides open access to some of these volumes.

After art school, Dreyer was considering a move to Paris to begin his career. But after a letter from his sister in Topeka, Kansas told of an awakening interest in art and a shortage of sculptors, the young sculptor decided to try America rather than the already overcrowded city of Paris. Dreyer went to America in 1903 and made Kansas City, Missouri, his home for more than 40 years. [3]

He moved into a studio and an apartment at 407 Studio Building (previously at the northwest corner of 9th Street and Locust) in Kansas City. He was a sculpture professor at the Fine Arts Institute (which later became the Kansas City Art Institute ) from 1907 to 1909. [4] Dreyer was dismissed from the Art Institute because he used nude models, a charge for which Thomas H. Benton would also be dismissed from the Art Institute in the 1930s. [4] He married Lorena E. McWilliams, one of his students, in 1918. [4]

One of his first works was a sculpture of a woman reclining on the ground. One cast of this sculpture was acquired in the first year of the City Art Museum of Saint Louis (which later became the Saint Louis Art Museum) in 1909. The museum sold this sculpture, titled "Life Drift", through Christie's East, New York, October 15, 1986, sale number 6215, lot 47. [5]

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