- Appropriated imagery
- Appropriated images
- Appropriationism (Art)
- found: Work cat.: 93-70652: Young, C.R. The purloined image, c1993: p. 6, etc. (appropriation: a phenomenon of contemporary realist art using famous and easily identifiable images taken from the history of art as subjects of new works that simultaneously reference the orginal work and become a personal and individual statement by the artist in his or her contemporary context)
- found: AAT (appropriation (critical concept): In Postmodern art, the practice of borrowing pre-existing forms or images in order to bring into question issues of originality in art; UF appropriated imagery, appropriated images, appropriationism)
- found: Art speak (appropriation: the practice of creating a new work by taking a pre-existing image from another context--art history, advertising, the media--and combining that appropriated image with new ones; 1980s in Europe & U.S.)
- found: Art of appropriation, c1985.
- found: Jansen. Hist. art: p. 754 (appropriation)
- notfound: Art index;McGraw-Hill art;Dict. fine arts terms;Oxford comp. 20th cent. art
- 1993-10-01: new
The LC Linked Data Service welcomes any suggestions you might have about terminology used for a given heading or concept.
Would you like to suggest a change to this heading?
Please provide your name, email, and your suggestion so that we can begin assessing any terminology changes.
Fields denoted with an asterisk (*) are required.