Report of the Artistic Copyright Committee, London (1858)

Source: British Library: 6378.aaa.30

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Report of the Artistic Copyright Committee, London (1858), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Artistic Copyright: Report of the Artistic Copyright Committee to the Council

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Author: Society of Arts

Publisher: Bell and Daldy

Year: 1858

Location: London

Language: English

Source: British Library: 6378.aaa.30

Persons referred to:








Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince
Baring, Thomas
Beaume, Alexandre
Bell, Jacob
Bell, John
Blaine, Delabere Roberton
Blanc, Etienne
Broderip, William John
Cary, Francis Stephen
Chalon, Alfred Edward
Claudet, Antoine François Jean
Closs, Thomas
Cole, Sir Henry
Coleridge, John Duke Coleridge, 1st Baron
Colnaghi, Dominic Charles
Cox, David, Jr.
Creswick, Thomas
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth
Doo, George Thomas
Dyce, William
Eastlake, Sir Charles
Eldon, John Scott, 1st Earl of
Fahey, James
Fenton, Roger
Field, Edwin Wilkins
Fladgate, William Mark
Foley, John Henry
Foster, Peter Le Neve
Godwin, George
Haghe, Louis
Hall, Samuel Carter
Hart, Solomon Alexander
Hawes, William
Herbert, John Rogers
Hogarth, William
Hurlstone, Frederick Yeates
Jenkins, Joseph John
Jones, Owen
Knight, John Prescott
Lauder, Robert Scott
Leighton, John
Lewis, John Frederick
Linnell, John
Maclise, Daniel
Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl
Mulready, William
Murray, John, III
Noble, Matthew
Peel, Sir Robert
Pepys, Charles Christopher, 1st Earl of Cottenham
Pickersgill, Frederick Richard
Pollock, Henry
Pye, John
Redgrave, Samuel
Renouard, Augustin-Charles
Ross, Sir William Charles
Scharf, Sir George
Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw, 1st Baron St Leonards
Talfourd, Thomas Noon
Tayler, John Frederick
Tooke, William
Victoria
Ward, Edward Matthew
Warren, Henry

Places referred to:
Anhalt-Bernbourg
Anhalt-Köthen
Belgium
Braunschweig
Channel Islands
Dessau
England
France
Germany
Hamburg
Hanover
Ireland
Isle of Man
Oldenburg
Prussia
Saxony
Spain
Thuringia

Cases referred to:
Bogue v. Houlston (1852), 12, L. I. Ch. 470
Donaldson v. Becket (1774) 4 Burr. 2408, 2 Bro. P.C. 129
Jeffreys v. Boosey (1854) 4 HLC 815
Prince Albert v. Strange (1849), 1 Hall & T., 18 L.J. Ch. 120
The Queen v. Closs (1858) D. & B. 460

Institutions referred to:
Court of Appeal of England and Wales
Federal Assembly (Bundestag) of the German Confederation
House of Lords
New Water-Colour Society
Royal Society of Arts (RSA); also: Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
Stationers' Hall

Legislation:
Anglo-Belgian Copyright Treaty 1854
Anglo-French Copyright Treaty 1851
Anglo-Prussian Copyright Treaty 1846
Anglo-Saxonian Copyright Treaty 1846
Anglo-Spanish Copyright Treaty 1857
Belgian copyright legislation
Copyright Amendment Act, 1842, 5 & 6 Vict., c.45
Copyright Treaty between Britain and Hamburg 1853
Copyright Treaty between Britain and Hanover 1847
Copyright in Prints and Engravings (Ireland) Act, 1836, 6 & 7 Will.IV, c.59
Copyright of Designs Act, 1850, 13 & 14 Vict., c.104
Directive of reciprocal protection within the German Confederation (1837)
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
French Copyright Act 1793
French Literary and Artistic Property Act 1854
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
Prussian Copyright Act 1837
Saxonian Copyright Act 1844
Sculpture Copyright Act, 1814, 54 Geo.III, c.56
Spanish Copyright Act (10 June 1847)

Keywords:
common law copyright
copying, concept of
engravings, protected subject matter
exhibitions
forgery
international agreements, bilateral
paintings, protected subject matter
piracy
private domain
property analogies
reciprocity
sculpture, protected subject matter

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