Hi Olivier,

olivier ripoll wrote:
> My message is slightly off-topic, but somehow not completely. On the 
> wiki page, I have seen you ask the following question about the 
> vitruvian (for those who do not know, the vitruvian man is a drawing of 
> Leonardo Da Vinci):
> "Is the Vitruvian man in the public domain?"

Thanks for all of the information. I guess "famous" "old" art is
public domain, then, depending on your definitions of famous and
old :)

Cheers,
Dave.

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        David Neary,
        Lyon, France
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