We are always pleased to see works from our collection reproduced in print or online. These are the things you will need to do:
1 Organise copyright and pay any copyright fees. (We can usually tell you who copyright holders are and how to contact them.)
2 Fill in our application form.
3 Pay any fees we charge.
We will then issue a licence and supply the image. The image we supply must then:
1 Only be used for the purpose you describe.
2 Be used with the credit line we supply appearing alongside it.
3 Be used in full, with no cropping or altering the image.
If the image is being used in print, you will need to send us a copy of the item. If the image is being used online, you will need to tell us when it appears and include a link back to our own website.
If these arrangements don’t quite work for what you have in mind, then please talk to us – we are always happy to hear about new ways our images can be used.
Please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (+64 3) 941 7300.
Reproductions of works by W.A. Sutton
We handle copyright requests to reproduce any work by William Sutton, whether that work is in our collection or not. If you wish to reproduce a Sutton painting owned by another gallery, please contact us for copyright clearance first, and then contact the other gallery to request their permission and the image itself. If you wish to reproduce a Sutton work owned by Christchurch Art Gallery we can handle both parts of the transaction.