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Please be aware that U.S. Copyright law states that anything that is created in tangible form is instantly copyrighted by the author or artist of that work. See this link at the US Copyright Office or this one at Franklin Pierce Law Center for more complete information.
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Read more about Fair Use on Wikipedia.
I have used a limited number of images in limited sizes of other artist’s artwork on my blog for educational purposes, and to bring positive attention to them. Should you feel that I have overstepped my bounds, please just ask me politely to cease and desist from using your image, and I will do so. No harm is intended in my use of your imagery.