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(1) “Artist” means the person who conceived or created or conceived and created the master image for, or which served as a model for, the print.
(2) “Fine print” includes, but is not limited to, an engraving, etching, woodcut, lithograph, monoprint or serigraph.
(3) “Impression” means the printed image on suitable material whether paper or any other substance, made off the plate by printing, stamping, casting or any other process commonly used in the graphic arts.
(4) “Plate” means the plate, stone, block or other material used for the purpose of creating the print from which the impression or impressions were taken.
(5) A fine print is “signed” if the artist autographs the finished print, irrespective of whether it was signed or unsigned in the plate.
(6) “Reproduction” means a copy of a fine print, but not a unique print made from the original plate.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Oregon Revised Statutes Education and Culture § 359.300 - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/or/title-30-education-and-culture/or-rev-st-sect-359-300.html
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