Art Images for College Teaching

Website: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/aict/

Conditions:

Permission is herin granted:

  • to academic institutions to use these images freely and without further authorization in conjunction with educational activities such as teaching, research, and scholarly publication;
  • to academic personnel for creative utilization of these images–including electronic enhancement, modification, manipulation, or combination with other free use images–in conjunction with teaching and learning activities;
  • and to libraries and archives to store, display, transmit, and disseminate these images through any appropriate means–including photomechanical and electronic–in support of such bona fide non-profit activities. Web-based dissemination of these images, even if “re-purposed” by removing them from the AICT website and mounting them in other contexts, is specifically authorized for educational institutions.

Because it is AICT‘s goal to offer teachers and students absolute freedom to use these image resources in any application that is both educational in intent and non-commercial in nature, users may download image files from the AICT website pages, or may link directly to individual image files on this site. There is no requirement that AICT images so used be password protected, encrypted, or otherwise gated. AICT images may be incorporated into resource sharing projects with affiliated campuses and consortium partner institutions. Authorization is also specifically granted to educational institutions to make derivative copies available to their affiliated personnel, including students.

While identification of derivative copies with the source note “AICT/Allan T. Kohl” would be appreciated, omission of such credit does not invalidate the general permissions given above.

Please respect the integrity of this educational resource by refraining from any use of these images that is not truly educational and non-commercial in nature. All commercial rights pertaining to the utilization, publication, or distribution of these images for profit or revenue generation (including institutional development and promotional activities, as opposed to curricular support) are reserved by the copyright holder. Commercial publishers and producers wishing to make use of AICT images should contact the author about specific licensing conditions.

Source: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/aict?page=license

Art Images for College Teaching

FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Website: http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/

Conditions:

Download free and premium stock photos and illustrations for websites, advertising materials, newspapers, magazines, ebooks, book covers and pages, music artwork, software applications and much more. All our free images are of high quality, produced by our community of professional stock photographers and digital illustrators.

Royalty free photos for business and personal use

Our free photos and illustrations are ideal for business, personal and educational use. Every image is free, with an option to buy larger images at reasonable prices.

Standard Licence

When you download a free or purchased image from FreeDigitalPhotos.net you automatically receive our Standard Licence which allows you to use the image as an illustration for almost any business, personal, educational or charitable purpose. The image is yours to use anywhere in the world as many times as you need and for as long as you want.

If you choose to download an image free of charge you need to publish an acknowledgement to FreeDigitalPhotos.net and the creator of that image wherever it’s used – find out more about publishing an acknowledgement.

Extended Licence

If you wish to distribute products bearing one of our images, where your customers are likely to choose the product solely or mainly BECAUSE it displays that image, you will need to purchase an Extended Licence. This could be, for example, if you want to reproduce the image on greeting cards for sale or mass distribution.

How you can use our images

Below we have summarised the types of use which are permitted with each licence. If you would like further information we encourage you to read our full terms and conditions or contact us for advice.

This table shows a range of uses for our images and which licence is needed for each. Our images can be manipulated, edited, have text overlaid or be combined; the same licensing terms still apply.

How you intend to use the image Type of licence you need
Websites (unless it is a template for mass distribution). Eg websites for business (for yourself or a client), personal, educational or charitable use, plus blogs, forums and Facebook/Twitter/Google+ pages. Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Printed media (eg newspapers, magazines, newsletters, booklets, flyers, advertising and promotional material). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
DVD, Blu-ray, CD and digital music covers. Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Book or eBook covers and inner pages (including books which are published through a print on demand service such as Amazon). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Television broadcasts. Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Films (eg video productions and YouTube or Vimeo videos). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Facebook profile or cover pictures (unless it is a template for mass distribution). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Twitter avatars or backgrounds (unless it is a template for mass distribution). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Software, apps and video games – incidental use where the image is not important to the functioning of the software. Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Emails (eg business, marketing and personal emails). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
School or college projects. Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and other end-user applications (unless it is for mass distribution). Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Desktop wallpaper (unless it is for mass distribution) Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Artists reference and canvas/framed artwork – where the resulting artwork is for personal use. Standard Licence
(free* or purchased images)
Artists reference and canvas/framed artwork – where the resulting artwork is for sale. Extended Licence
Flash cards, language courses and online learning systems etc – where the images are integral to the functioning of the system, eg a picture is shown and has to be indentified. Extended Licence
Product packaging or labels. Extended Licence
Products or printed merchandise for mass distribution where the image is the sole, or a main, reason the product would be chosen; whether the item is distributed free of charge or sold. This includes, but isn’t limited to:

  • Greeting cards, mugs, T-shirts, calendars, jigsaws and other puzzles.
  • End user application templates, eg PowerPoint presentation or Word document templates.
  • Desktop wallpaper.
  • Facebook profile or cover pictures.
  • Twitter avatar or backgrounds.
  • Web templates, eg templates distributed via Theme Forest or Template Monster.

This excludes distribution on merchandise sites, see below.

Extended Licence
Products or printed merchandise for resale on merchandise sites such as Zazzle and CafePress. Prohibited – no licence available
Logos and other corporate identity devices which may acquire trademark or copyright protection. Prohibited – no licence available
Pornographic, unlawful or defamatory uses. Prohibited – no licence available
Infringement of copyright, trade name, trademark or service mark. Prohibited – no licence available
Redistribution or resale as a digital or printed image. Prohibited – no licence available

* Images which are downloaded free of charge are all provided under the Standard Licence. You must publish an acknowledgement wherever the image is used to acknowledge FreeDigitalPhotos.net and the copyright holder for that image (ie the person who created the image).

Source: http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/terms.php

FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Europeana Collections

Website: http://www.europeana.eu/portal/en

Conditions: Europeana is the digital platform for European cultural heritage. Many of the images have no use restrictions on them and are free to use for any purpose. To search for these, tick the Free Re-use box on the left side of the search filters.

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The re-use conditions for free may be affected by the copyright conditions in your country:

Rights Reserved – Free Access

This rights statement has been RETIRED from use by Europeana and replaced with ‘In Copyright’.

This digital object is protected by copyright and/or related rights. This digital object is accessible without charge, but its use is subject to the licensing conditions set by the organization giving access to it.

Unless expressly stated otherwise in the licensing conditions, you are free to make any of the acts permitted by your national copyright and related rights act, including browsing, printing and making a copy for your own personal purposes.

All other acts of reproduction and communication to the public are subject to the licensing conditions attached to the digital object.

Source: http://www.europeana.eu/portal/en/rights/rr-f.html

Europeana Collections

National Maritime Museum, Royal Museums Greenwich

Website: http://images.rmg.co.uk/en/page/show_home_page.html

Conditions: Getting images free from the NMM requires fulfilling certain conditions. They give a 100% academic discount for runs below 1000 editions, as below.

‘Discounts on reproduction fees are available for images used on interior pages of scholarly and not-for-profit publications, see the table below. This discount does not include supply fees. A minimum £50 spend applies per order.’

PRINT RUN DISCOUNT N.B. MINIMUM FEE £50 + VAT
UP TO 3000 30%
UP TO 2000 50%
UP TO 1000 100%

The £50 minimum fee is a cost but the images available for this cost if the conditions are fulfilled makes this offer a bargain. File under ‘nearly free’.

In addition:

‘Conditions of free images

As long as low resolution files are already available on the Picture Library website:http://images.rmg.co.ukyou can download these files for free under the following conditions:

  • Academic Press publications, scholarly journals and self-published family history books with a print or e-book run under 500.
    (this does not include front or back cover use which does incur a fee).
  • Academic thesis and student essays, which are not being published.
  • Free educational lectures or classes.
  • Private websites and blogs with a primarily informational purpose.
  • Low resolution files are 72 dpi and 800 pixels maximum length.
  • A maximum of 15 low resolution images can be used in any single project.
  • If you re-print the project at a later date, then a fee would need to be paid for the re-print.

High resolution files are subject to a fee.’

Source: http://images.rmg.co.uk/en/pages/pricelist_page.html

National Maritime Museum, Royal Museums Greenwich

The Lewis Walpole Library

Website: http://images.library.yale.edu/walpoleweb/

Collection: The Lewis Walpole Library Digital Images Collection (commonly referred to as the “DL”) presents images of visual materials from Library’s collection. The majority of the Library’s world-renowned collection of English caricatures and political satirical prints from the late-seventeenth through the mid-nineteenth centuries are presented in the Digital Image Collection, including works by Gillray, Rowlandson, Woodward, Bunbury, and Newton, among others as well as the Library’s extraordinary collection of works by William Hogarth.

Prints, drawings, and watercolors related to Horace Walpole’s collection and house at Strawberry Hill are also represented, including several extra-illustrated editions of Walpole’s Description of the Villa, once owned by William Bawtree, Richard Bull, Thomas Kirgate, and Walpole himself as well as other volumes formerly in Walpole’s library such as his A Collection of Prints Engraved by Various Persons of Quality, and albums of drawings by his friends Richard Bentley and John Chute, as well as an Album of Drawings with natural history illustrations by Maria Sybilla Merian. Recent additions include selected portraits, including ones by George Vertue, and topographical views, several groups of prints known as the Cries of London (both those by Marcellus Laroon and those by Paul Sandby), and a selection of ephemera: trade cards, advertisements, invitations, and bookplates, ballads and broadsides, and many playbills from Londona and regional British theatres.

Conditions:

As per Yale in general. Free to reproduce if Yale/Lewis Walpole Library holds the copyright. Permission must be sought for material for which Yale does not hold the copyright.

Source: http://www.library.yale.edu/walpole/research/rights_reproductions.html#per

The Lewis Walpole Library

Openn, Primary Digital Resources (University of Pennsylvania)

Website: http://openn.library.upenn.edu

Conditions: OPenn contains complete sets of high-resolution archival images of cultural heritage material from the collections of its contributing institutions, along with machine-readable descriptive and technical metadata. All materials on OPenn are in the public domain or released under Creative Commons licenses as Free Cultural Works. Please see specific collections and documents for applicable license terms.

Source: http://openn.library.upenn.edu

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Openn, Primary Digital Resources (University of Pennsylvania)

Pixabay

Website: https://pixabay.com

Conditions:

On Pixabay you may find and share images free of copyrights. All pictures are released under Creative Commons CC0 as public domain.
You can copy, modify, distribute and use the images, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission and without paying attribution. However, depicted content may still be protected by trademarks, publicity or privacy rights. Read more in our blog.

Understand “public domain” as the permission to freely use (display, modify, print, etc.) an image without asking permission from the image author. However, it is still your responsibility, to make sure the depicted content (persons, logos, private property, etc.) is suitable for your application and does not infringe any rights.

Source: https://pixabay.com/en/service/faq/

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