More museums join the free image revolution (ctd.)

November 6 2017

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Picture: SMK

The National Gallery of Denmark has put images of its out of copyright artworks into the public domain. This means that, as the museum's website says;

[...] you have the right to:

  • Share the images – i.e. to copy, distribute, and transmit them.
  • Remix the images – i.e. modify and reuse them in new contexts.
  • Use the images in any context – e.g. teaching, research, lectures, publications, film productions, etc. This includes commercial purposes.

Bravo SMK!

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