Artist Commission Agreement
The Artist Commission Agreement is for an artist who has secured a private or public commission to create a work; it outlines the conditions for an artist to create a commissioned piece.
This contract is a legal document that details the terms and conditions between a Client and an Artist.
It covers the essential elements of the relationship such as:
- Ownership Rights
- Artist’s Commission
- Representations and Warranties
- Use Rights
- And More.
This Artist Agreement contains all the essential terms and conditions, including compensation, time frame, and other commission details.
As a creator, ensuring that your legal rights are protected with the proper contracts is essential. It is also important in any commission to outline the parties’ rights, responsibilities, duties, and obligations.
Creating a contract ensures that the parties agreeing will have all the proper terms and conditions laid out before the engagement.
Other names for this Document:
Artist Commission Contract, Art Commission Agreement, Artwork Commission Contract, Custom Art Commission Contract.
Approximate time to complete contract: 4-5 Minutes
Single-Use Contract Unless Purchased with a Subscription
What Is It?
The Artist Commission Agreement covers the essential contract terms between a Client and an Artist:
This standard Artists and Galleries Contract covers:
- The Start Date of the Agreement
- The Release of Rights by the Owner
- The Use Rights of the Art
- The Rights and Responsibilities of the Parties
- Work-For-Hire Language
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Issues, including Venue & Choice of Law
How to Use This Document
Use this document to explain the relationship between a Client and an Artist:
Some things needed to build your custom the Artist Commission Agreement:
- Names of the Parties
- Addresses of the Parties
- Emails of the Parties
- Use Rights
- State for Venue and Choice Provisions
Once you have completed drafting the Artist Commission Agreement, you will be able to save to edit further, download a PDF or send to the other party for electronic signature.
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