The Warhol 'Prince series' conundrum
SCOTUS flinches at ‘extremes’ in Warhol ‘Prince’ case
Image of Andy Warhol by www.vectorportal.com/creativecommons.org/licenses
US Supreme Court rejects Warhol Foundation’s appeal of fair use | Dissenting justices cite art history to support argument that appropriation in art has precedent | Opinion will impact how follow-on works and transformative works are defined and protected.
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