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Michael Phillips

I'm thinking of having a picture of Rodan's "The thinker" into an advertisement. Isn't it public domain, since it is in a museum, or would I still have to pay a fee to use a picture of him?

For example, a company that uses a picture of Einstein placed into published work, needs to pay a fee to the National University of Israel (i think).

What is the law on this?

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