Following the research and in-person examination of a work of art by scholars at a committee meeting, you will receive a letter from the WPI indicating that:
• the work will be included in the WPI Digital Catalogue; or
• the work will not be included in the WPI Digital Catalogue; or
• no determination about the work can be made.
If the work is to be included in a Digital Catalogue, the WPI will also provide information gathered by the WPI documentalists over the course of their research. This information should however not be considered an exhaustive account of history of the painting. It will only represent material that the WPI research staff was able to identify in our own archives and collect in the short time period before the committee meeting. Further research may be added or edited before publication in the online catalogue raisonné. What information is included on the Letter of Determination is at the sole discretion of the WPI, and will not be edited to match or support the research of other individuals or institutions.