- Art, Figurative
- Art, Representational
- Representational art
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: McGraw-Hill Dictionary of art, c1969 (Figurative art: art containing some degree of representational form or recognizable images)
- found: Grove Dictionary of art, c1996 (Representation: a relation holding between a picture (or three-dimensional object) and some other thing, in virtue of which the picture (or image) is said to be, in some special sense, 'of' that thing)
- found: Stokstad, M. Art history, c1995: p. 29 (Representational and nonrepresentational style ... refer to whether the subject matter is or is not recognizable)
- found: Gardner's Art through the ages, c1996: p. 26 (The immense achievement of Stone Age people, the invention of representation (literally, the presenting again--in different and substitute form--of something observed), cannot be exaggerated)
- 2002-03-21: new
- 2002-05-14: revised
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