Terms and Conditions


The images, texts, documentation, illustrations, designs, icons, software and all other content on the Anglin Smith Fine Artwebsite are protected by United State copyright laws. The content on the website may be covered by other restrictions as well, including copyright and other proprietary rights held by third parties. Anglin Smith Fine Art and the artists we represent retain all rights, including copyright, in data, images, text and any other information contained in and on the site. We expressly forbid the copying of any protected content on the site.

The images included on the site are for browsing, viewing, and/or downloading for limited non-commercial, educational and personal use only. By downloading, printing or otherwise using text, images and files from the site, users agree that they will limit their use of such files to fair dealing, and will not violate the Gallery’s or any other party’s proprietary rights. Materials used in this way must retain any associated copyright or other proprietary notices, and shall acknowledge its source. Digital manipulation or other modification of any of the content on the site is expressly forbidden. All other uses other than provided for in these Terms and Conditions are prohibited without written consent of the Gallery and, if applicable, any additional third party copyright holders. The Gallery does not warrant that use of materials from this site will not infringe the rights of third parties.

Uses where permission is required

Commercial publication, or any unauthorized exploitation or redistribution of the materials contained herein is expressly prohibited without written permission from the gallery and, where applicable, other institutions and third party rights holders. For permission to reproduce images and text from Anglin Smith Fine Art, please contact the gallery. Permission to use works in the collection of the gallery is granted on a case-by-case basis and at the discretion of the gallery. It is the responsibility of the applicant to secure permission from third party rights holders.