by Annemarie Beunen
This article will examine moral rights in terms of copyright and the role artists play in the conservation and restoration of their work. Particular attention will be paid to the differences between copyright laws in Europe (the Netherlands, France and Germany) and the United States. Relevant judicial rulings on works of art will also be discussed.
This article was originally published in: Hummelen, IJ., Sillé, D., Modern Art: Who Cares?, Amsterdam: Foundation for the Conservation of Modern Art/ Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, 1999, p. 222-232 .