Blaine's Laws of Artistic Copyright, London (1853)

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Blaine's Laws of Artistic Copyright, London (1853), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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On the Laws of Artistic Copyright and their Defects

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Author: Delabere Roberton Blaine

Publisher: John Murray

Year: 1853

Location: London

Language: English

Source: Lincoln's Inn Library: Shelf 125

Persons referred to:
Abbott, Charles
Bayley, Sir John
Bell, Sir Charles
Bellini, Vincenzo
Best, William Draper
Bickersteth, Henry, 1st Baron Langdale
Blaine, Delabere Roberton
Boosey, Thomas
Bowring, Sir John
Brotherton, Joseph
Burke, Peter
Burnet, John
Campbell, John, 1st Baron Campbell
Chappell, William
Clint, George
Cockerell, Charles Robert
Coke, Sir Edward
Coleridge, John Taylor
Colnaghi, Dominic Charles
Copley, John Singleton, 1st Baron Lyndhurst
Curtis, George Ticknor
Davenport, Davies
Denman, Thomas
Donaldson, Thomas Leverton
Eldon, John Scott, 1st Earl of
Ellenborough, Edward Law, 1st Baron
Ewart, William
Fergusson, James
George III
Guizot, François-Pierre-Guillaume
Haydon, Benjamin Robert
Hilton, William
Hogarth, Jane
Hogarth, William
Hope, Henry Thomas
Howard, Henry
Hurlstone, Frederick Yeates
Klenze, Leo von
Landseer, Sir Edwin
Leach, Sir John
Lowndes, John J.
Ludwig I
Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl
Martin, John
Maule, William Henry
Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, Baron de la Brède et de
Murray, John, III
Parker, John
Parker, Thomas
Pusey, Philip
Pye, John
Reinagle, Philip
Reynolds, Sir Joshua
Robert Cocks & Co.
Rolfe, Robert Monsey, 1st Baron Cranworth
Romilly, Samuel
Scholefield, Joshua
Scott, Sir Walter
Shadwell, Lancelot
Shard, Sir Isaac
Shee, Sir Martin Archer
Stothard, Thomas
Talfourd, Thomas Noon
Taylor, John Edward
Victoria
Wightman, William
Wilkins, William
Wood, William Page, 1st Baron Hatherley
Wyon, Benjamin
Yorke, Philip, 1st Earl of Hardwicke

Places referred to:
America
Channel Islands
Chiswick
Dublin
Edinburgh
France
Germany
Great Britain
Ireland
Isle of Man
London
New York

Cases referred to:
Bellamy v. Majoribanks (1852), 21 L.J. Ex. 75
Blackwell v. Harper (1740) 2 Atk. 93
Bogue v. Houlston (1852), 12, L. I. Ch. 470
Bonner v. Field (1778)
Boosey v. Jeffreys (1851) 6 Ex Rep 580
Brooks v. Cock (1835), 3 Ad. & E. 141
Dalgleish v. Jarvie, 20 L.J. Ch. 475
Davidson v. Bohn, 18, L.J. C.P. 15
De Berenger v. Wheble (1819) 2 Stark 548
De Pinna v. Polhill, 8 C. & P. 78
Digby v. Thompson (1833), 4 B. & Ad. 821
Donaldson v. Becket (1774) 4 Burr. 2408, 2 Bro. P.C. 129
Du Bost v. Beresford (1810) 2 Camp. 511
Fores v. Johnes (1802), 4 Esp. 97
Fradella v. Weller (1834), 2 R. & M. 247
Gahagan v. Cooper (1811) 3 Camp. 114
Harrison v. Hogg (1794) 2 Ves. Jun. 323
Heywood v. Potter, 22 L.J. Q.B. 133
Hogg v. Kirby (1803) 8 Ves. Jun. 215
Jeffreys v. Baldwin (1753), Amb. 164, 2nd ed.
Lawrence v. Smith (1822) Jacob 471
Macmurdo v. Smith, 7 T.R. 522
Marshall v. Broadhurst (1831), 1 Tyrwhitt 349
Martin v. Wright (1833) 6 Sim. 297
Martindale v. Faulkner (1846), 2 C.B. 706
Mawman v. Tegg (1826), 2 Russ. 385
Middleton v. Croft (1736), Stra. 1056
Millar v. Taylor (1769) 4 Burr. 2303
Moore v. Clarke (1842), 9 M. & W. 692
Murray v. Heath (1831), 1 B. & Ad. 804
Newton v. Cowie (1822) 4 Bing 234
Page v. Townsend (1832) 5 Sim. 395
Perfect v. Shepard (1853), V.C.
Power v. Walker (1814) 3 M. & S. 7
Prince Albert v. Strange (1849), 1 Hall & T., 18 L.J. Ch. 120
Roworth v. Wilkes (1807) M. & R. 94
Russell v. Smith (1848) 12 Q.B. 217
Sayer v. Dicey (1770), 3 Wils. 60
Sayre v. Moore (1785) 1 East 361
Sheriff v. Coates (1830), 1 Rus. & M. 159
Simms v. Marryat, 20 L.J. Q.B. 459
Sweet v. Cater (1841), 8 Jurist, Ch. 68
Sweet v. Shaw (1839), 17 L.J. Ch. 216
The Charlotta (1814), 1 Dods. R. 392
Thompson v. Symonds (1792), 5 T.R. 41
Tonson v. Walker (1752) 3 Swans 672
Villiers v. Mousley, 2 Wils. 403
West v. Francis (1822) 5 B. & Ald. 743
Wilkins v. Aiken (1810), 17 Ves. 422

Institutions referred to:
British Institution for Promoting the Fine Arts
Court of Chancery, England
Court of Common Pleas
Court of Queen's Bench
House of Commons
House of Lords
Lincoln's Inn
New Water-Colour Society
Old Water-Colour Society
Portland Gallery
Print Sellers' Association, London
Royal Academy
Royal Society of British Artists (RBA)
Society of Artists of Great Britain
Stationers' Hall
Vernon Gallery
Westminster Hall

Legislation:
Anglo-French Copyright Treaty 1851
Anglo-Prussian Copyright Treaty 1846
Anglo-Saxonian Copyright Treaty 1846
Code civil (Napoleonic code) 1804
Copyright Amendment Act, 1842, 5 & 6 Vict., c.45
Copyright in Prints and Engravings (Ireland) Act, 1836, 6 & 7 Will.IV, c.59
Copyright of Designs Act, 1842, 5 & 6 Vict., c.100
Copyright of Designs Act, 1850, 13 & 14 Vict., c.104
County Courts Act, 1850, 13 & 14 Vict., c.61
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1735, 8 Geo.II, c.13
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1766, 7 Geo.III, c.38
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1777, 17 Geo.III, c.57
International Copyright Act, 1838, 1 & 2 Vict., c.59
International Copyright Act, 1844, 7 & 8 Vict., c.12
International Copyright Act, 1852, 15 & 16 Vict., c.12
Models and Busts Act, 1798, 38 Geo.III, c.71
Patent Law Amendment Act, 1852, 15 & 16 Vict., c.83
Publication of Lectures Act, 1835, 5 & 6 Will.IV, c.65
Sculpture Copyright Act, 1814, 54 Geo.III, c.56
Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Anne, c.19
Vagrancy Act, 1824, 5 Geo.IV, c.83
Vagrancy Act, 1838, 1 & 2 Vict., c.38

Keywords:
applied art, protected subject matter
art market
contract
copy
defamation
drawings, protected subject matter
engravings, protected subject matter
exhibitions
forgery
immoral works
maps, protected subject matter
music publishing
paintings, protected subject matter
property theory, authors' property
sculpture, protected subject matter
transferability

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