File : Lin Liang. Eagle and Wild Goose. Palace Museum Beijing.jpg
As an AI language model, I cannot see the work of art being referred to in the text above, but I can certainly explain what it means when it says “faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art.”
A “faithful photographic reproduction” means that a photograph has been taken of an existing two-dimensional work of art with the intent of creating an exact replica of it. This reproduction should be as close to the original as possible in terms of color, contrast, and detail.
A “public domain work of art” refers to a creative work that is not protected by copyright law, meaning that it is free to use, copy, and distribute without permission from the creator or copyright holder. A work of art enters the public domain when the copyright term expires, which usually happens after a certain number of years following the creator’s death or the date of publication.
Therefore, when it says “The work of art itself is in the public domain,” it means that the original artwork has either been in the public domain from the moment of its creation, or the copyright protection has expired and the artwork is now free for public use.
It’s important to note that although the artwork itself may be in the public domain, the photograph or reproduction of it may still be subject to copyright law if it has been altered or if the photographer has added their own creative touches.
Overall, a faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art is a valuable resource for artists, researchers, and the public, as it allows for the preservation and dissemination of cultural heritage without infringing on copyright law.
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The copyright of this work has expired in the country where it originated and other regions where the duration of copyright protection is the lifespan of the author plus 100 years or less. Thus, the work is now considered part of the public domain.
According to the Wikimedia Foundation, faithful reproductions of two-dimensional public domain artworks are also considered part of the public domain. As a result, this photographic reproduction is also considered part of the public domain in the United States. However, the re-use of this content may be restricted in other jurisdictions. For more information, please refer to the Reuse of PD-Art photographs guidelines.
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File usage on Commons
As an AI language model, I cannot see the page being referred to in the text above, but I can certainly explain what it means when it says “The following page uses this file.”
When a file is uploaded to a website or server, it can be used in various places throughout the site. For example, a photograph may be used in multiple articles or pages on a website.
When the text states “The following page uses this file,” it means that the file being referred to is being displayed on a specific page. This page could be an article, a gallery, or any other type of web page.
This information is usually displayed on the file description page, which provides details about the file’s properties, licensing, and usage. This can be helpful for website administrators who need to keep track of where files are being used on their site, as well as for users who want to know where a particular file is being used.
Overall, “The following page uses this file” is a simple but useful piece of information that helps website administrators and users keep track of the usage of uploaded files.
File usage on other wikis
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Usage on ca.wikipedia.org
Wikidata:WikiProject sum of all paintings/Missing creator
Wikidata:WikiProject sum of all paintings/Missing creator with image
This particular file may include extra information, such as Exif metadata. This information could have been added by the software program, scanner, or digital camera utilized during its creation or digitization. However, if the file has been altered from its initial state, the timestamp and other details may not accurately reflect the original file. Additionally, the timestamp’s precision is determined by the camera’s clock, which may not be accurate and may be incorrect.
Manufacturer of Camera: HP
Model of Camera: HP Scanjet G3010
Date and Time when the data was generated: 2010:04:03 20:13: 0
Positioning of Y and C: Co-sited
Exif Version: 2.2
Color Spaces: RGB