I'm hoping we have an expert on copyright here.
I am pretty much OK when it comes to written works but, in this case, I am wondering about painted or drawn artistic works.
I am a fan of artist Bev Doolittle. Each year my wife gives me a new Doolittle calendar. I now have a collection of these going back a number of years. Lately, I got to thinking they might be saleable if I separate each picture, frame it and offer on eBay.
I have seen these offered but they always have a caveat the seller is not offering the picture, just the frame and the pic just happens to be inside. Kinda phoney, IMHO. But why the comment at all?
I know a copyright book can be resold. And a turned artistic vase can be resold. So, why not possibly a print of a painting?
BTW, below is one of my favorites.
"Folks is funny critters."
Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too. ~Voltaire