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Former discussions can be found in the archve 2010/2011

High res pic of ballet at Versailles[edit]

Hi! I noticed you uploaded a zoomed picture from Gallica at File:Ballet versailles.jpg. I'm curious what method you use to obtain the fully zoomed picture. I've been tediously copying zoomed portions of these Gallica images and reassembling them in a photo editor. I'm hoping you know of an easier method. Thanks for help! --Robert.Allen (talk) 06:01, 2 January 2012 (UTC)

Hi! Some months ago there was an easier method to get high resolution images from GalLica, but the BNF changed the display mode, so that the old method unfortunately doesn't work anymore. Sorry, that I can't help you. -- Sir Gawain (talk) 10:52, 3 January 2012 (UTC)
Me, too! Thanks, anyway! --Robert.Allen (talk) 02:21, 4 January 2012 (UTC)

Frick Collection[edit]

Sir Gawain, Hello! Maybe there is an opportunity to get two high-quality images from a specified source. Thanks in advance. Sincerely, Igor Sokolov

Gentile Bellini (c. 1429 - 1507) Doge Giovanni Mocenigo, 1478-1485

Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (1599 - 1660) King Philip IV of Spain, 1644

http://collections.frick.org/view/objects/asimages/152?t:state:flow=69775c49-add4-4c97-910b-b7ab7c4cee3e

Hello Igor! Please find the requestes images here:
Kind Regards. -- Sir Gawain (talk) 21:22, 26 January 2012 (UTC)

Many thanks for your help and responsiveness. Sincerely, Igor Sokolov

Hello, Sir Gawain! There were several interesting new portraits. Huge request to put these high resolution images. Thanks in advance. Igor Sokolov


Portrait of Lodewijk van Gruuthuuse. Photo number: 0040259000 Inventory number: 0000.GRO1557.I Artist: Meester van de Vorstenportretten Period (century): 15th century Collection: Groeningemuseum Musea Brugge


Equestrian portrait of Cardinal Infant Ferdinand of Spain Photo number: 0040288000 Inventory number: 0000.GRO0404.I Artist: kopie naar Gaspar de Crayer Collection: Groeningemuseum Musea Brugge


Equestrian portrait of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm Photo number: 0040287000 Inventory number: 0000.GRO0389.I Artist: Jan Van den Hoecke Collection: Groeningemuseum Musea Brugge


Portrait of the Emperor Joseph II Photo number: 0040289000 Inventory number: 0000.GRO0450.I Artist: Gertrude Cornélie Marie de Pélichy Collection: Groeningemuseum Musea Brugge


http://www.lukasweb.be/en/search/content/

Hello Igor! Please find the according image links above. -- Kind Regards Sir Gawain (talk) 07:27, 2 February 2012 (UTC)

Dear Sir Gawain, I want to express my sincere appreciation and best wishes. Sincerely, Igor Sokolov

Maria Teresa Felicitas d'Este[edit]

Hi, just wondering if you would be able to add the "Commonscat-inline" link to Maria Teresa Felicitas d'Este on main wikipedia!? It wont let me do it =S And I didn't know who else to ask haha. Thankks Songsblame (talk) 08:23, 6 March 2012 (UTC)

Done. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 09:44, 6 March 2012 (UTC)

Royal Collection[edit]

Hello, my name is Alex. Would you be so kind as to provide me with three or four images from the Royal Collection? I have seen a picture taken from there (high-res) that was uploaded by you. Please respond on my talk page. Yours truly, Alex. --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 06:35, 8 March 2012 (UTC)

Thank you so much! Here are the links: [1], [2], [3] and [4] --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 15:25, 8 March 2012 (UTC)
Could you please just send me the images, instead of uploading them? PS: you can send them to blueking.bogdan@gmail.com --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 20:41, 8 March 2012 (UTC)
Sorry, I don't want to use an email account for this. Uploading is my only applicable way to provide the images. Should I proceed with the upload? -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 21:36, 8 March 2012 (UTC)
Ok, then, go on :) Thanks again --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 07:48, 9 March 2012 (UTC)
Why have you stopped uploading? --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 13:23, 11 March 2012 (UTC)
The image links are:
-- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 14:37, 14 March 2012 (UTC)
Thank you so much!! P.S. If this isn't too much to ask, could you please get this image too? --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 16:47, 14 March 2012 (UTC)
Here it is: File:The Apotheosis of Prince Octavius - West 1783.jpg. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 17:32, 14 March 2012 (UTC)
Thanks again, you're the best! --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 17:54, 14 March 2012 (UTC)
Could you also provide with these two images: [5] and [6]? --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 19:24, 18 March 2012 (UTC)
Here's the first one: File:James, Duke of Cambridge - Wissing 1676-87.jpg. Unfortunately the second image shows many pixel errors in high resolution, so I did'nt upload it. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 15:01, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
Oh, I understand. Thanks anyway! --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 16:22, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
One more question: can you tell me how to obtain images from lukasweb.be? Thanks in advance, Alex --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 17:03, 11 April 2012 (UTC)
Hi Alexcoldcasefan! That's no problem. What kind of web browser do you use? -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 15:06, 18 April 2012 (UTC)
I use either Chrome of Firefox. I can also use IE, if required. --Alexcoldcasefan (talk) 20:03, 18 April 2012 (UTC)

Habsburgs[edit]

Hello, Sir Gawain!

Maybe you have the ability and willingness to accommodate more high-resolution images on the rulers of the Habsburg dynasty.

Thanks in advance. Sincerely, Igor Sokolov


König Albrecht II., 16. http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/albrecht-ii.-v.-habsburg/originalbild

Herzog Albrecht III., 16. http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/albrecht-iii.-habsburg/originalbild

Herzog Friedrich IV. von Tirol "mit der leeren Tasche", 16. Jahrhundert http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-im-familienportraet/friedrich-iv.-habsburg/originalbild

Kaiser Friedrich III., Ende 15. / 1. Drittel 16. Jahrhundert http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/friedrich-iii.-v.-habsburg/originalbild

Johann Bocksberger der Ältere: Kaiser Ferdinand I., Mitte 16. Jahrhundert http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/ferdinand-i.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Kaiser Ferdinand II. im Harnisch, um 1614 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/ferdinand-ii.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Joseph Heintz der Ältere: Kaiser Ferdinand II. mit einem Hofzwerg, 1604 http://text.habsburger.net/module/der-protestantenverfolger-ferdinand-ii/der-protestantenverfolger-ferdinand-ii/MB-ST_D12-MOD1-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Frans Luycx: Kaiser Ferdinand III., Ölgemälde, um 1637/1638 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/ferdinand-iii.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Jan van den Hoecke: König Ferdinand von Böhmen und Ungarn, um 1634/35 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/ferdinand-iv/originalbild

Joseph Dorffmeister: Großherzog Ferdinand III. in seiner Bibliothek sitzend, 1797 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/ferdinand-iii.-von-toskana-habsburg-lothringen/originalbild

Nicolas Neufchâtel: Kaiser Maximilian II. als etwa Vierzigjähriger, um 1566 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/maximilian-ii.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Martin van Meytens: Kaiser Franz I. Stephan von Lothringen, Öl auf Leinwand, Mitte 18. Jahrhundert http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/franz-stephan-von-lothringen/originalbild

Friedrich von Amerling: Kaiser Franz II./I. im Ornat des Ordens vom Goldenen Vlies, Ölgemälde, 1832 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/franz-i.-ii.-habsburg-lothringen/originalbild

Johann Gottfried Auerbach: Kaiser Karl VI., Ölgemälde, um 1735 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/karl-vi-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Benjamin von Block: Kaiser Leopold I. im Harnisch, um 1672 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/leopold-i.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Kaiser Leopold II., Öl auf Leinwand, 1. Hälfte 19. http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/leopold-ii.-habsburg-lothringen/originalbild

Frans Luycx: Eleonore von Gonzaga als Diana, Kaiserin, dritte Gemahlin von Ferdinand III., 1651 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-im-familienportraet/eleonore-gonzaga-von-mantua/originalbild

Justus Sustermans: Eleonore von Gonzaga, zweite Gemahlin von Ferdinand II., im Brautkleid, 1621, http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/eleonore-gonzaga-von-mantua_/originalbild

Pompeo Batoni: Joseph II. und sein Bruder Leopold, Großherzog der Toskana, in Rom, Ölgemälde, 1769 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/joseph-ii.-habsburg-lothringen/originalbild

Monogrammist LP: Erzherzog Karl II. mit Blick auf Graz, 1569 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/karl-ii.-von-steiermark-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Juan Carreño de Miranda: König Karl II. von Spanien http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/karl-ii.-von-spanien-habsburg-spanische-linie/originalbild

Tiziano Vecellio (genannt Tizian): Kaiser Karl V. im Harnisch, Mitte 16. Jahrhundert http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/karl-v.-habsburg-spanische-linie/originalbild

Joseph Heintz d. Ä.: Erzherzog Leopold V. im geistlichen Gewand, 1604 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/leopold-v.-von-tirol-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Frans Luycx: Erzherzog Leopold Wilhelm in geistlichem Gewand, um 1638 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-im-familienportraet/leopold-wilhelm-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Lucas I. van Valckenborch: Kaiser Matthias als Erzherzog, um 1583 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/matthias-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Josef Hauzinger: Marie Antoinette, Erzherzog Maximilian und Ludwig XVI., Öl auf Leinwand, um 1776 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-im-familienportraet/marie-antoinette-habsburg-lothringen/originalbild

Jean Baptiste Isabey: Marie Louise als Kaiserin der Franzosen, Gouache, 1810 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-im-familienportraet/marie-louise-habsburg-lothringen/originalbild

Albrecht Dürer: Kaiser Maximilian I., 1519 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/maximilian-i.-habsburg/originalbild

Andres Lopez: König Philipp III. von Spanien, nach 1617 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/philipp-iii.-von-spanien-habsburg-spanische-linie/originalbild

Joseph Heintz der Ältere: Kaiser Rudolf II., um 1592 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/rudolf-ii.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Herzog Rudolf IV., 1360/65 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger-herrscher/rudolf-iv.-habsburg/originalbild

Giovanni Maria Morandi: Erzherzog Sigismund Franz im Harnisch, vor 1664 http://text.habsburger.net/habsburger/siegmund-franz-von-tirol-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie/originalbild

Giuseppe Arcimboldo (zugeschrieben): Familie Kaiser Maximilians II., um 1563 http://text.habsburger.net/module/herrschaftsrepraesentation-in-bild-und-frucht/herrschaftsrepraesentation-in-bild-und-frucht/MB-ST_K11-MOD5-07.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Jakob Seisenegger: Kaiser Karl V. mit seinem englischen Wasserhund, 1532 http://text.habsburger.net/module/herrschaftsrepraesentation-in-bild-und-frucht/herrschaftsrepraesentation-in-bild-und-frucht/MB-ST_K11-MOD5-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Jan van den Hoecke: Kaiser Ferdinand III. (1608–1657), Brustbild, um 1643 http://text.habsburger.net/module/die-erste-oper-am-wiener-kaiserhof/die-erste-oper-am-wiener-kaiserhof/MB-AHAB_H-22b.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Jan Thomas: Kaiser Leopold I. im Theaterkostüm, ca. 1667, Kupfer http://text.habsburger.net/module/prunk-und-repraesentation-barockfeste-am-wiener-hof/prunk-und-repraesentation-barockfeste-am-wiener-hof/MB-ST_K3-MOD2-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Martin van Meytens: Maria Theresia mit Maske in einem türkischen Gewand, um 1744 http://text.habsburger.net/module/maria-theresia-im-kleid-der-osmanen/maria-theresia-im-kleid-der-osmanen/221aMB%20AOBJ%2074.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Wolfgang Köpp von Felsenthal: Kaiser Leopold II., Mitte 18. Jahrhundert http://text.habsburger.net/module/la-clemenza-di-tito-2013-doch-keine-milde-fuer-mozart/la-clemenza-di-tito-2013-doch-keine-milde-fuer-mozart/MB-ST_K1-MOD8-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Johann Zoffany: Kaiser Franz Stephan I. in seinen naturhistorischen Sammlungen, Ölgemälde, 1776/77 http://text.habsburger.net/stories/auf-zu-neuen-ufern-2013-habsburgischer-forscherdrang/originalbild

Hans Maler: Erzherzog Ferdinand, 1521, Lindenholz http://text.habsburger.net/module/der-vollender-ferdinand-i/der-vollender-ferdinand-i/MB-ST_K11-MOD4-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Johannes Thomas: Leopold I. in Rüstung mit goldenem Mantel, Ordenskette des Goldenen Vlieses und den Krönungsinsignien, Ölgemälde, 1658 http://text.habsburger.net/module/leopold-i.-genannt-tuerkenpoldl/leopold-i.-genannt-tuerkenpoldl/MB-ST_D12-MOD3-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Kaiser Joseph I. als römisch-deutscher Kaiser im Krönungsornat, gekrönt mit der Reichskrone, die ungarische Stephanskrone ist am Tisch zu sehen http://text.habsburger.net/module/reformeifer-im-barock-joseph-i/reformeifer-im-barock-joseph-i/MB-ST_D12-MOD4-03.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1 Kaiser Karl VI., um 1720/30 http://text.habsburger.net/module/habsburgische-nachwuchssorgen-karl-vi/habsburgische-nachwuchssorgen-karl-vi/MB-ST_D12-MOD5-03.png/?size=preview&plus=1

Martino Rota: Emperor Rudolf II, c. 1576/80 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/die-kunst-und-wunderkammer-rudolfs-ii/die-kunst-und-wunderkammer-rudolfs-ii/MB-ST_K12-MOD4-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Francesco Terzio: Emperor Charles V aged fifty, c. 1550 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/wo-die-sonne-nie-unterging-das-weltreich-karls-v/wo-die-sonne-nie-unterging-das-weltreich-karls-v/MB-ST_D11-MOD2-03.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Alonso Sánchez Coello: King Philip II of Spain in Spanish court dress with the Order of the Golden Fleece, c. 1568 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/wo-die-sonne-nie-unterging-das-weltreich-karls-v/wo-die-sonne-nie-unterging-das-weltreich-karls-v/MB-ST_D11-MOD2-05.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Maximilian II with the Order of the Golden Fleece, three-quarter-length portrait, oil on canvas, 1569 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/sympathie-fuer-protestanten-maximilian-ii/sympathie-fuer-protestanten-maximilian-ii/MB-ST_D11-MOD4-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Archduke Charles II with a distant prospect of Graz, 1569 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/dreiteilung-des-oesterreichischen-erbes/dreiteilung-des-oesterreichischen-erbes/MB-ST_D11-MOD5-02.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Sultan Suleiman II, c. 1530/40 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/der-tuercke-vor-wien-episode-1/der-tuercke-vor-wien-episode-1/MB-ST_D14-MOD3-02.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Jakob Seisenegger: Archduke Ferdinand of Tyrol, 1548 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/heirate-mich-2013-funktionen-der-portraetmalerei/heirate-mich-2013-funktionen-der-portraetmalerei/MB-ST_K15_MOD2-02.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Jakob Seisenegger: Archduchess Maria (1531–1581), Duchess of Jülich, Cleves and Berg, full-length portrait with her first-born daughter Maria Eleonore, c. 1555 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/heirate-mich-2013-funktionen-der-portraetmalerei/heirate-mich-2013-funktionen-der-portraetmalerei/MB-ST_K15-MOD2-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Friedrich von Amerling: Emperor Franz II (I) in the regalia of the Austrian Empire, 1832, oil on canvas http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/private-einblicke/private-einblicke/MB-ST_K10-MOD1-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Johann Ranzi: Emperor Franz Joseph in a white uniform tunic with the order and sash of the Order of Maria Theresa, 1851, oil painting http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/das-bildnis-des-franz-joseph/das-bildnis-des-franz-joseph/MB-ST_K15-MOD9-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Nicolas Neufchatel (attr.): Emperor Maximilian II (1527-1576) at the age of around forty, oil painting, after 1566 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/endlich-beamter-die-verweltlichung-der-hofmusikkapelle/endlich-beamter-die-verweltlichung-der-hofmusikkapelle/MB-ST_K20-MOD2-02.png/?size=preview&plus=1

Joseph Heintz the Elder: Emperor Rudolf II, c. 1592 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/habsburgs-bruderzwist-rudolf-ii.-gegen-matthias/habsburgs-bruderzwist-rudolf-ii.-gegen-matthias/MB-ST_D11-MOD6-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Master of the Magdalen Legend: King Philip the Fair, c. 1500 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/spanien-erheiraten-der-schoene-und-die-wahnsinnige/spanien-erheiraten-der-schoene-und-die-wahnsinnige/MB-ST_D15-MOD2-02.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Master of the Magdalen Legend: Queen Joanna 'the Mad', after 1495/96 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/spanien-erheiraten-der-schoene-und-die-wahnsinnige/spanien-erheiraten-der-schoene-und-die-wahnsinnige/MB-ST_D15-MOD2-04.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Joachim von Sandrart: Duke Maximilian I, Prince-Elector of Bavaria, c. 1643 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/bila-hora-2013-ein-tschechisches-trauma/bila-hora-2013-ein-tschechisches-trauma/MB-ST_D13-MOD2-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

King Gustavus II Adolphus of Sweden, 1st half of 17th century http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/heja-sverige-2013-die-schweden-kommen/heja-sverige-2013-die-schweden-kommen/MB-ST_D13-MOD4-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Anthony van Dyck, Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia, portrait as a widow, painting, 1627 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/frommer-glaubenseifer-als-herrschertugend/frommer-glaubenseifer/MB-ST_R15-MOD2-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Emperor Frederick III, 16th century http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/ein-schwacher-aber-zaeher-kaiser-friedrich-iii/ein-schwacher-aber-zaeher-kaiser-friedrich-iii/MB-ST_D18-MOD3-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Emperor Frederick III, c. 1500 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/die-ungarn-kommen-kaiser-friedrich-iii.-gegen-matthias-corvinus/die-ungarn-kommen-kaiser-friedrich-iii.-gegen-matthias-corvinus/MB-ST_D18-MOD5-01.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

Johann Gottfried Auerbach (?): Emperor Charles VI in the ceremonial robes and collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece, oil painting, c. 1730 http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/das-goldene-vlies/das-goldene-vlies/MB-ST_R12-MOD1-03.jpg/?size=preview&plus=1

http://english.habsburger.net/habsburger_index

http://www.habsburger.net/#/en/1250-1926/portrait

Hello Igor! Are you aware of the fact, that all these images or not high resolution sources? e. g. http://english.habsburger.net/module-en/das-goldene-vlies/das-goldene-vlies/MB-ST_R12-MOD1-03.jpg has a size of 504px × 768px. And you can easily download the images by yourself by right-clicking on the image and choose "Save image as" from the context menue. Kind Regards. -- Sir Gawain (talk) 12:46, 8 March 2012 (UTC)

Source of high resolution to be on the flash version of the site habsburger: http://www.habsburger.net/ # / en/1250-1926/portrait

for example: Image Johann Bocksberger der Ältere: Kaiser Ferdinand I., Mitte 16. Jahrhundert http://www.habsburger.net/ # / en/1250-1926/portrait/ferdinand-i.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie

Igor

Unfortunately, I can not give an exact reference to a specific image on the flash version of the site. You need to search for each image. Please let us know, do you have the opportunity to make this work or not. Igor

I got to find a picture of http://www.habsburger.net/ # / en/1250-1926/portrait/ferdinand-i.-habsburg-oesterreichische-linie. If you're willing, I will define the address on each image.

Ok, now I understand. But unfortunately I can't provide the high res images because the flash player hides the image's source path. Kind Regards. -- Sir Gawain (talk) 13:40, 8 March 2012 (UTC)

If you will be able to figure out how to extract the images, I hope you think of my request. Several high-resolution images have appeared on Wikimedia. With reference to the source: Habsburger So it is possible. Just do not understand how. Thank you for your participation and all the best. Regards, Igor


Dear User: Alexcoldcasefan No need to remove this message. This is not your page. I'm going to restore this appeal. Igor

Hello, Sir Gawain, I would like to inform you that User: Alexcoldcasefan went very dishonestly. He promised to place the portraits of the Habsburgs, has not fulfilled its promise, what put me in a very awkward position. I guess User: Alexcoldcasefan can use images of the Royal Collection in the mercenary purposes. I offered to help him legally obtain images of the Royal Collection of very high quality. This involves filling out a special form on the website of the Royal Collections with the obligation not to use images for commercial purposes. However, he did not want to take advantage of this offer. Sincerely, Igor Sokolov

File talk:Goldschmieding01.jpg[edit]

Moin, zur Info: File talk:Goldschmieding01.jpg. Raymond 08:41, 13 March 2012 (UTC)

Danke für den Hinweis. -- Gruß Sir Gawain (talk) 14:14, 20 March 2012 (UTC)

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Die Datei war eine URV, der Urheber hat sich beschwert, und ich habe sie jetzt gelöscht. Vielleicht solltest du beim Hochladen neuer Versionen etwas vorsichtiger sein und auch mal hinterfragen, ob der ursprüngliche Hochlader sie zu Recht hochgeladen hat? Nur als Anregung. Gruß --Rosenzweig τ 11:41, 7 April 2012 (UTC)

Minneapolis Institute of Arts[edit]

Hi Sir Gawain! Again I have to ask you about the service. Please put the following pictures from www.artsconnected.org. There are:

André Hercule de Fleury, cardinal Accession Number: P.1,461

Charles I, King of Great Britain Accession Number: P.3,363

Jacques Bénigne Bossuet Accession Number: P.1,449

Jules Mazarin, Cardinal, Ministre d 'Etat Accession Number: P.1,650

Marie Antoinette Accession Number: P.17,049

Louis de France, le Grand Dauphin Accession Number: P.1,464

Louis XIV Accession Number: P.14,506

Louis XVI Accession Number: P.1,750

Abel François Poisson de Vandières, Marquis de Marigny Accession Number: P.1,711

Anne d 'Autriche, Reine de France Accession Number: P.1,552

The Marriage of Psyche and Cupid, from The Gems of Marlborough Accession Number: P.17,339

Nymphs at the Bath Accession Number: 70.70

Portrait of Countess Maria Theresia Bucquoi Accession Number: 78.7

Telemachus and Eucharis Accession Number: 78.25

The Bath of Diana Accession Number: 64.37.2

The Death of Germanicus Accession Number: 58.28

The Comtesse d'Egmont Pignatelli in Spanish Costume Accession Number: 2006.33

The Marriage of the Duke and Duchess of York Accession Number: 68.46

Help, help, help me please!!!!
Sorry, I forgot to post my answer. I've tried several ways to obtain the high res images, but unfortunately I wasn't sucessfull. So, I'm afraid I can't provide the pictures from artsconnected.org. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 14:59, 18 April 2012 (UTC)

Signature of the Princess of Conti[edit]

Bonjour, I was being nosey and saw that you had found this image. Seeing that you found it on gallica, I was wondering what you searched to get it? I know it probably sounds like a dim question, I was just wondering Greetz ;) Songsblame (talk) 16:59, 30 April 2012 (UTC)

Hi, I did not search for it but found it by hazard. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 12:43, 1 May 2012 (UTC)

Me again (don't hate me!)[edit]

Hi, me again :D Are you able to crop pictures at all? As in remove borders etc Songsblame (talk) 17:57, 3 May 2012 (UTC)


Hallo Sir Gawain, schau mal auf deine de-Disku. Schönen Sonntag noch. --Túrelio (talk) 13:05, 12 August 2012 (UTC)

I think there was a mistake[edit]

Hello, Sir Gawain. I know that on this painting the source says that the person depicted is Edward VII, but it's clearly a mistake. The person portrayed in the painting is Edward VIII, his grandson. Cheers, --Lecen (talk) 00:40, 18 August 2012 (UTC)

Hello Lecen. Thanks for informing me. I think your're right, it's obvoiously a portrait of Edward VIII. I renamed the file and corrected its image description. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 22:46, 7 September 2012 (UTC)

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File:Chateau de Tanlay Silvestre 07.jpg[edit]

I notice you say you transferred this file to Commons from the English Wikipedia. At the same time you added a different source. The image at the source url http://israel.silvestre.fr/israel/affichegravure.php?Suite=303&Vue=12 has a copyright mark in the upper right. Did you remove this copyright mark? Or did the file come from the English Wikipedia? --Robert.Allen (talk) 03:48, 20 December 2012 (UTC)

Hello! I didn't transfer the file from the English Wikiepdia but took it from the domain israel.silvestre.fr. The copyright mark that is shown on http://israel.silvestre.fr/israel/affichegravure.php?Suite=303&Vue=12 is not included in the image file but is produced by a PHP script. The image without the copyright notice can be found here: http://israel.silvestre.fr/israel/gravures/303-12.jpg. -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 16:32, 21 December 2012 (UTC)
Thanks! Very clever! Not realizing this, I painstakingly removed a similar copyright notice with Photoshop from File:Portrait of Israel Silvestre by Le Brun - israel-silvestre-fr.png. I'll try to figure out how to find these non-marked versions (probably by looking at the page html?). Again, thanks for the tip. --Robert.Allen (talk) 06:56, 22 December 2012 (UTC)
Actually it's really easy to find out the URL of these non-marked versions: Go to the page where the images is shown with copyright mark, e.g. http://israel.silvestre.fr/israel/israelparlebrun.php. Right-click on the image and find out its URL (with Firefox it should be something like "Copy graphic address", with IE chose "Properties"). The URL of the image with copyright notice is something like http://israel.silvestre.fr/php/waternew.php?im=../images/israelparlebrun.jpg. So the unmarked version can be found at http://israel.silvestre.fr/images/israelparlebrun.jpg. That's all! -- Greetz

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Runneburg-Palas.jpg[edit]

Guten Tag Sir Gawain, ich wollte fragen ob ich ihr Bild http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Runneburg-Palas.jpg für meinen Wikipedia Artikel Schlacht bei Burgscheidungen benutzen darf. --Korgqua (talk) 16:17, 11 February 2013 (UTC)

Hallo Korgqua! Es ist zwar gar nicht mein Foto (ich habe es nur hochgeladen, der Autor ist Benutzer:Dramburg), aber ich kann dir versichern, dass es 100%ig erlaubt ist, das Foto in einem Wikipedia-Artikel zu verwenden. Sämtliche Dateien hier auf den Commons sind dafür vorgesehen und dazu geeignet, in deutschen WP-Artikeln verwendet zu werden (es sei denn, die Datei steht unter der Fair-use-Lizenz, dann ist sie für die deutsche Wikipedia leider nicht brauchbar). Dramburg hat Runneburg-Palas.jpg seinerzeit aber sogar in die Gemeinfreiheit übergeben, was soviel bedeutet wie, du darfst alles mit diesem Foto machen, was du möchtest und wo du möchtest. -- Gruß Sir Gawain (talk) 18:00, 11 February 2013 (UTC)

Photo Use[edit]

Hello Sir Gawain,

I would like to recommend the use of your photo of Thomas a Kempis (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Burg_Kempen_Statue_Thomas_von_Kempen.jpg) for a book, Teach the Text Commentary on 1 Corinthians, to be published by Baker Publishing Group. The publisher would prefer not to be bound by the Share Alike component in the CC-BY-SA license (CC-BY would be fine) so if you would agree to let us use your photo I will need a statement from you granting permission outside of that license. Picture would be interior, no more than half a page. Print run is 8,000. Non-exclusive world rights are requested for all languages, formats, and all editions both print and electronic. I also need to know how you would like the credit line to read. Thank you very much for considering my request. I will receive no payment for the use of your photo. I look forward to hearing from you. You may contact me at waltonimagesupply@gmail.com.

Sincerely, Kim Walton

Hello Kim,
I hereby grant Baker Publishing Group non-exclusive world rights to use the photo (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Burg_Kempen_Statue_Thomas_von_Kempen.jpg) for all languages, formats, and all editions both print and electronic on condition that I am credited as author with the following line: "(c) Wikipedia user Sir Gawain". Good luck with you book project! -- Sir Gawain (talk) 15:41, 3 May 2013 (UTC)

FYI[edit]

Hallo Sir Gawain, für den Fall dass du diese Datei nicht auf deiner Beo hast, siehe: File talk:Grundriss Burg Blankenstein.svg. --Túrelio (talk) 13:41, 12 October 2013 (UTC)

Hi Túrelio! Danke für den Hinweis. -- Gruß Sir Gawain (talk) 15:26, 12 October 2013 (UTC)

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Editor @ ar.wiki[edit]

Hello. I would like to inform you that I have granted you editor flag at the Arabic Wikipedia, all your edits there will be automatically marked as patrolled. Best regards.--Avocato (talk) 07:29, 6 December 2013 (UTC)

Hello Avocato, that's very kind of you. Thank you! -- Greetz Sir Gawain (talk) 11:35, 7 December 2013 (UTC)



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