The copyright in this database, and the catalogue entries, is held by the University of Kent. Entries may be printed out for the purposes of private study, student essays, or academic research, but please contact us for other uses, including teaching packs.
All the images on this database are subject to copyright, either in the cartoon itself, in the cataloguing, or in the digital image. The British Cartoon Archive has permission to display these digital images, but if you wish to reuse material please contact us.
Copyright in cartoons is not calculated from the date of publication. It usually runs until seventy years after the death of the cartoonist, so that almost all of the images on this database are in copyright. If you want to include them in a publication, put them on a website, or distribute them in any other way, you must get permission.
The British Cartoon Archive holds contact details for copyright holders, so please contact us for advice. The images on the website are not always very clear, however, once permission has been obtained from the copyright holder we can supply high-quality copies for reuse.
If you want to refer to cartoons on this database, we recommend the following style.
Single reference: David Low "Waltzes from Vienna", Evening Standard, 7 February 1936; The British Cartoon Archive, University of Kent, catalogue record LSE2273 at <http://www.kent.ac.uk/cartoons/>
[Subsequently 'Low "Waltzes from Vienna", BCA catalogue record LSE2273.']
General reference: The British Cartoon Archive, University of Kent, at http://www.cartoons.ac.uk/
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