Talk:James I of Scotland
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Ransom 1420 - Return 1424
The photo previously used (Portrait of King James I & VI.jpg ) (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:King_James_I_of_Scotland.jpg) is copyrighted and can't be used on Wikipedia. It should not have been uploaded. Just because something is expired does not mean that the photographer can't claim copyright.
Here's info I got from the owner:
While the painting is out of copyright the National Galleries of Scotland have copyright of this photography. Therefore all of the images on the NGS website are in copyright. If you wish to use any on your site please apply by completing a returning the attached application forms. I have also attached a list of fees and our terms and conditions.
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Philip Hunt Photography & Licensing Assistant National Galleries of Scotland
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 75 Belford Road Edinburgh EH4 3DR T: + 44 0131 624 6258 F: + 44 0131 623 7135 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.nationalgalleries.org
- See this extremely similar dispute: National Portrait Gallery and Wikimedia Foundation copyright dispute. Wikimedia Foundation is based in the United States, and under U.S. law, the photo cannot be copyrighted. OCNative (talk) 01:59, 13 June 2011 (UTC)
Nominee for GA
Almost 3 weeks ago, I nominated this article for GA quality, and it has yet to reach reviews to see if it deserves GA status. Is there anyone who would like to review this? I personally didn't work on this article, but felt that it deserved critique from the best editors Wikipedia could assemble. Please contact me as soon as you can, and thanks for readingLeftAire (talk) 15:37, 28 February 2012 (UTC)
I am reverting you for the last time before I take this to the Admin noticeboard.
Answering your edit summery: 1. I did not write that he WAS most of the time at the English court & 2. As I said before, produce a source to back up your misinformed opinions regarding his enforced attendance with Henry V's forces; nowhere is it said that he "loved Henry V" and source your assertion that he was detained at the Tower of London for almost 10 years.--Bill Reid | (talk) 19:13, 22 May 2013 (UTC)