“Imagination,” said George Bernard Shaw, “is the beginning of creation”. The ability to imagine is what sparks off ideas or feelings, which might then be transformed into a painting, a sculpture, a novel or a piece of music. Copyright protects the expression of the idea and encourages people to ‘create’.

The copyright does not imply that we don’t share materials with others; the media, companies, organisations and individuals. Rather, the copyright allows us to control the manner in which the materials are used and represented to the public. Material is shared on a case-by-case basis and becomes more liberal as a good two-way relationship is developed.

We will not allow gross mis-representation of an art work, and expect credit be clearly given to the artist.  In most cases, copyright will be given in a mutually agreed way.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any queries.
email info@nunan-cartwright.com

George Bernard Shaw

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Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works Treaty