§ 1. Definitions. As used in this Act:
“Fine print” includes, but is not limited to, an engraving, etching, woodcut, lithograph or serigraph.
“Plate” is used in lieu of and to denote “plate, stone, block or other material used for such purposes” from which prints can be made.
Whether a print is “signed” or “unsigned”, as these terms are used in this Act, depends upon whether the artist autographed the finished print, irrespective of whether it was signed or unsigned in the plate.
“Artist” refers to the person who conceived or created the master image for, or which served as a model for, the print.
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