Conditions for re-use of data from the INHA digital library
Most documents found in the INHA digital library are reproductions of public-domain works from the collections of:
- the library of the Institut national d'histoire de l'art (the Jacques Doucet collections and collections of the Bibliothèque centrale des musées nationaux)
- the Collections Department of the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts
Pursuant to law n°78-753 of July 17th, 1978, any re-use (including commercial re-use) is free of both restrictions and charges as long as the current legislation regarding the acknowledgment of sources is followed, i.e: INHA digital library – Original repository of the document.
As a database, the INHA digital library is protected by articles L341-1 and following of the French Intellectual Property legislation and the provisions of the law of July 1, 1998 that adapted the Intellectual Property Code by incorporating the European Directive of March 11, 1996 concerning the legal protection of databases.
To create a link to a document from the digital library (on a blog or website, for example), use the address displayed in the Permalink section below the thumbnail on the document’s record. The permalink is built on the following model: http://bibliotheque-numerique.inha.fr/idurl/….
For further information regarding the re-use of images and the provision of high-definition files (granted under the same conditions), please contact : email@example.com.
Exception: digitized content from the collections of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA, National School of Fine Arts) cannot be reproduced without permission and without a payment of fees for reproduction and use. Please contact the Photographic Agency of the Rmn-Grand Palais for all requests concerning commercial re-use or publishing of images from the ENSBA collections.
Conditions for re-use of descriptive metadata for materials from the INHA digital library
Metadata descriptions of materials from the digital library are made available in a simplified format, the Dublin Core, through the OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative – Protocol for Metadata Harvesting) data exchange protocol. This protocol and its specifications may be used freely. For more information: www.openarchives.org.
The descriptive metadata format is the unqualified Dublin Core (or Simple Dublin Core). This format, designed for simple und unambiguous description of online documentary resources, comprises fifteen metadata terms. Each term is optional and may be repeated.
Bibliographic records are retrievable through the OAI-PMH protocol and exposed in the OAI repository: http://bibliotheque-numerique.inha.fr/oai/?verb=Identify.
It is also possible to retrieve only a portion of the data, since the repository is organized in record sets according to:
- the type of document: for example, Printed materials
- the subject (categories from the Collections pages): for example, Journal et correspondance d'Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863).
The complete list of available sets can be viewed at this address: http://bibliotheque-numerique.inha.fr/oai/?verb=ListSets.
The OAI repository is updated at the time of the monthly upload and upon every record modification.
The use of these metadata is free of any charges and restrictions, provided that their source is acknowledged (the content of each field should be displayed).