Fair use is a concept embedded in U.S. law that recognizes that certain uses of copyright-protected works do not require permission from the copyright holder. (See Title 17, section 107)
The following four factors are used to determine if a use is fair:
Young woman richly dressed
Urs Graf ca.1485 - ca.1527
pen and ink
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Goldsmith Textile Collection &Constance Howard Gallery
From: Visual Arts Data Service