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From these paintings he created and sold engravings and, in 1802, published The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, illustrated with reproductions of the paintings. A copy of the 1802 edition is a recent gift from Richard and Nancy Riess to the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.

From the beginning, the Boydells' project was more than just a publishing venture. They also planned to exhibit the paintings in a newly built Shakespeare Gallery in Pall Mall and intended eventually to donate the entire collection to the British nation.

 The gallery opened in 1789 with thirty-four paintings and grew rapidly. By 1791, it housed sixty-five, and by 1802, there were 162. As early as 1791, the Boydells began to issue engravings from the paintings, selling them in England and abroad. However, when the French Revolution began, the continental market for books and prints collapsed, and the Boydells found themselves overextended and forced into bankruptcy.

Omarosa Manigault said Thursday that she was not fired and escorted off the White House grounds , blaming “one individual who has a personal vendetta against me” for the dramatic narrative of her departure as one of Trump’s top aides.

In her first comments since the White House confirmed that she was leaving, Manigault said during an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that her decision to leave came after she sat down for a candid conversation with Chief of Staff John Kelly and shared her concerns about the job and the administration. Her resignation from her job as director of communications for the office of the public liaison is effective Jan. 20.

Manigault told host Michael Strahan that as “the only African-American woman in this White House senior staff, I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me and affected me deeply and emotionally and affected my people and my community.” She said that when she is able to share her thoughts and experiences of working in the Trump administration, it will be “a profound story that everyone will want to hear.”

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The U.S. Copyright Law is designed to encourage the development of arts and sciences by protecting the creative work of the composers, authors, poets, dramatists, choreographers and others in the society.  The law deals first with the exclusive rights belonging generally to the author of a work.  In case the author of the work has cut a deal with the publisher, the law protects the publisher’s right of copyright. 

Dramatic works include dance and mime and therefore cover operas, ballets and screenplays as well as plays.  However as in the case of literary work, for a copyright to subsist, a dramatic work must also be recorded. 

From these paintings he created and sold engravings and, in 1802, published The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, illustrated with reproductions of the paintings. A copy of the 1802 edition is a recent gift from Richard and Nancy Riess to the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.

From the beginning, the Boydells' project was more than just a publishing venture. They also planned to exhibit the paintings in a newly built Shakespeare Gallery in Pall Mall and intended eventually to donate the entire collection to the British nation.

 The gallery opened in 1789 with thirty-four paintings and grew rapidly. By 1791, it housed sixty-five, and by 1802, there were 162. As early as 1791, the Boydells began to issue engravings from the paintings, selling them in England and abroad. However, when the French Revolution began, the continental market for books and prints collapsed, and the Boydells found themselves overextended and forced into bankruptcy.

Omarosa Manigault said Thursday that she was not fired and escorted off the White House grounds , blaming “one individual who has a personal vendetta against me” for the dramatic narrative of her departure as one of Trump’s top aides.

In her first comments since the White House confirmed that she was leaving, Manigault said during an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that her decision to leave came after she sat down for a candid conversation with Chief of Staff John Kelly and shared her concerns about the job and the administration. Her resignation from her job as director of communications for the office of the public liaison is effective Jan. 20.

Manigault told host Michael Strahan that as “the only African-American woman in this White House senior staff, I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me and affected me deeply and emotionally and affected my people and my community.” She said that when she is able to share her thoughts and experiences of working in the Trump administration, it will be “a profound story that everyone will want to hear.”

From these paintings he created and sold engravings and, in 1802, published The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, illustrated with reproductions of the paintings. A copy of the 1802 edition is a recent gift from Richard and Nancy Riess to the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.

From the beginning, the Boydells' project was more than just a publishing venture. They also planned to exhibit the paintings in a newly built Shakespeare Gallery in Pall Mall and intended eventually to donate the entire collection to the British nation.

 The gallery opened in 1789 with thirty-four paintings and grew rapidly. By 1791, it housed sixty-five, and by 1802, there were 162. As early as 1791, the Boydells began to issue engravings from the paintings, selling them in England and abroad. However, when the French Revolution began, the continental market for books and prints collapsed, and the Boydells found themselves overextended and forced into bankruptcy.

Omarosa Manigault said Thursday that she was not fired and escorted off the White House grounds , blaming “one individual who has a personal vendetta against me” for the dramatic narrative of her departure as one of Trump’s top aides.

In her first comments since the White House confirmed that she was leaving, Manigault said during an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that her decision to leave came after she sat down for a candid conversation with Chief of Staff John Kelly and shared her concerns about the job and the administration. Her resignation from her job as director of communications for the office of the public liaison is effective Jan. 20.

Manigault told host Michael Strahan that as “the only African-American woman in this White House senior staff, I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me and affected me deeply and emotionally and affected my people and my community.” She said that when she is able to share her thoughts and experiences of working in the Trump administration, it will be “a profound story that everyone will want to hear.”

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The U.S. Copyright Law is designed to encourage the development of arts and sciences by protecting the creative work of the composers, authors, poets, dramatists, choreographers and others in the society.  The law deals first with the exclusive rights belonging generally to the author of a work.  In case the author of the work has cut a deal with the publisher, the law protects the publisher’s right of copyright. 

Dramatic works include dance and mime and therefore cover operas, ballets and screenplays as well as plays.  However as in the case of literary work, for a copyright to subsist, a dramatic work must also be recorded. 

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ASCAP does not license "dramatic" or "grand" rights, or dramatic performances. ASCAP members who write musical plays, operas, or ballet scores deal directly with those who want to perform our members' works "dramatically." While ASCAP does not license "dramatic" or "grand" rights, or dramatic performances of its members' music, an ASCAP license does authorize nondramatic performances of songs from dramatic productions. For more information on "dramatic" or "grand" rights and the distinction between dramatic and nondramatic performances, click here .

From these paintings he created and sold engravings and, in 1802, published The Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, illustrated with reproductions of the paintings. A copy of the 1802 edition is a recent gift from Richard and Nancy Riess to the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.

From the beginning, the Boydells' project was more than just a publishing venture. They also planned to exhibit the paintings in a newly built Shakespeare Gallery in Pall Mall and intended eventually to donate the entire collection to the British nation.

 The gallery opened in 1789 with thirty-four paintings and grew rapidly. By 1791, it housed sixty-five, and by 1802, there were 162. As early as 1791, the Boydells began to issue engravings from the paintings, selling them in England and abroad. However, when the French Revolution began, the continental market for books and prints collapsed, and the Boydells found themselves overextended and forced into bankruptcy.



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