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artgf--proposed terms, round two

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155  Albums (Books)

455  UF Souvenir albums

455  BT Commemorative works

455  RT Scrapbooks

455  RT Sketchbooks

670  LCSH, July 7, 2016 $b (Albums; BT Blank-books)

670  Thesaurus of graphic materials, April 20, 2017 $b (Albums; UF Souvenir albums; NT Photograph albums; Presentation albums; Scrapbooks; Sketchbooks; RT Sample books; SN Bound or loose-leaf sets of pages. Includes handmade albums and published volumes of blank pages designed for the addition of images or keepsakes)

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, April 20, 2017 $b (albums (books); NT alba amicorum; autograph albums; baby books; bridal books; letter books; photograph albums; postcard albums; presentation albums; scrapbooks; stamp albums; wedding albums; SN Books with blank pages used for assembling and presenting a collection, or any unpublished sets of pages that are bound or loose-leaf and have other materials affixed to them or writing or other images made on them. The volume may have been constructed with blank pages that were intended to have materials affixed, or it may have been assembled after having had materials affixed to separate pages)

670  RBMS Controlled vocabularies: Genre terms, April 20, 2017 $b (Albums; BT Commemorative works; NT Autograph albums; Libri amicorum; Scrapbooks; SN Use for bound volumes in which collections of materials such as stamps, photographs, or autographs may be assembled and displayed)

680  $i Bound sets of blank pages, pockets, envelopes, etc. intended for the display of collections such as images, text, music, or keepsakes. The volume may have been constructed with blank pages that were intended to have materials affixed, or it may have been assembled after having had materials affixed to separate pages.

 

155  Artifacts

455  UF Artefacts

455  UF Cultural artifacts

555  BT Instructional and educational works

670  LCSH, September 22, 2016 $b (Antiquities includes UF reference from Artefacts (Antiquities) and Artifacts (Antiquities), as well as Specimens, Archaeological)

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, September 22, 2016 $b (artifacts (object genre); UF artefacts (object genre); BT object genres (object classifications); NT cultural artifacts, experimental artifacts; Note: Generally, objects made or modified by humans, typically manually portable products of human workmanship, such as tools, utensils, objects for personal adornment, or art, as distinguished from natural remains. Specifically, in archaeology, an artifact is an object made by a human culture and later recovered by an archaeological endeavor. In the context of museum objects, use "cultural artifact." In the context of technical and medical research, for a spurious result that is a product or effect resulting from the experimental technique or procedure itself, use "experimental artifact.")

670  Oxford English dictionary online, September 22, 2016 $b (artefact (US artifact); 1.a. An object made or modified by human workmanship, as opposed to one formed by natural processes.; 1.b. Archaeol. An excavated object that shows characteristic signs of human workmanship or use.; 1.c. In fantasy role-playing games, computer games, etc.: an object which may be found or collected by a player, typically conferring an advantage in the game.; 2. Science. A spurious result, effect, or finding in a scientific experiment or investigation, esp. one created by the experimental technique or procedure itself. Also as a mass noun: such effects collectively.; 3. A non-material human construct.

670  Wikipedia, September 22, 2016 $b (Cultural artifact, or artefact; term used in the social sciences, particularly anthropology, ethnology, and sociology for anything created by humans which gives information about the culture of its creator and users. Artifact is the spelling in North American English; artefact is usually preferred elsewhere.; similar but narrower terms: archaeological artifacts and social artifacts)

670  Thesaurus for graphic materials, September 22, 2016 $b (Objects; with several dozen NTs, e.g., Antiques; Antiquities; Art objects; Atoms; Audiovisual materials; Awards; Backdrops; Beads; Beds of nails; etc.)

675  RBMS Controlled vocabularies: Genre terms, September 22, 2016

680  $i Physical objects that are held by an institution (such as a library or museum) with the intention of being used for instructional purposes or being displayed as part of an exhibition.

 

155  Cartoons (Humorous images)

455  UF Humorous illustrations

455  UF Illustrations, Humorous

455  UF Pictorial humor

455  UF Pictures, Humorous
555  BT Humor

555  BT Pictures

670  LCSH, March 12, 2017 $b (Caricatures and cartoons; UF Cartoons; Humorous illustrations; Illustrations, Humorous; Pictures, Humorous; BT Pictures; RT Caricature; Wit and humor, Pictorial; SEE ALSO subdivision Caricatures and cartoons under names of individual persons, families, and corporate bodies and under classes of persons, ethnic groups, topical subjects, and individual wars, for collections or discussions of caricatures or pictorial humor about these persons or topics; and headings for individual cartoon characters, e.g. Mickey Mouse (Fictitious character))

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 12, 2017 $b (cartoons (humorous images); UF cartoon (humorous image); SN Pictorial images, usually drawings, that are humorous or that use wit and satire to comment on contemporary events, social habits, political trends, or other topical subjects, often executed in a broad or abbreviated manner. Originally referred to full-page illustrations in a circulating paper or periodical, especially when comical and relating to current events.)

670  Thesaurus of graphic materials, March 12, 2017 $b (Cartoons (Commentary); SN Pictorial images using wit to comment on such things as contemporary events, social habits, or political trends; usually executed in a broad or abbreviated manner.; UF Cartoons; Comic pictures; BT Pictures; NT Comic cards; Comics; Editorial cartoons; Political cartoons; Satires (Visual works); RT Humorous pictures; Protest works)

680  $i Pictorial images that are humorous or that use wit and satire to comment on contemporary events, social habits, political trends, or other topical subjects.

 

155  Collecting cards

455  UF Cards, Collecting

455  UF Collector cards

455  UF Collectors’ cards

455  UF Trading cards

555  BT Ephemera

555  BT Illustrated works

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 22, 2017 $b (collecting cards; UF collector cards; collectors’ cards; trading cards; BT Cards (information artifacts); SN Cards issued singly or in sets since the 19th century, primarily to be collected, bearing a wide variety of types of images, such as sports figures, movie stars, or flowers. Some may include advertising and thus also be a type of "advertising cards"; some may be included with a product and thus also be a type of "premiums." For cards bearing tradesmen's advertisements, and sometimes a variety of images, produced from the 17th through the 19th century, use "trade cards.")

670  Thesaurus of graphic materials, March 22, 2017 $b (collecting cards; UF Trading cards; BT Cards; NT Album cards; RT Advertising cards; Bible cards; Comic cards; Devotional images; Sports cards; SN Cards issued to be sold singly, in strips, or in other sets for collecting and trading. Not available as premiums; not intended to be advertisements. Examples include cards illustrating movie stars, or wild flowers. Use TRADE CARDS for advertising cards enclosed with products.)

680  $i Cards issued singly or in sets, bearing a wide variety of types of images, intended for collecting and trading.

 

155  Collection catalogs

455  UF Collection catalogues

555  BT Catalogs

555  BT Informational works

670  Metropolitan Museum of Art website, June 15, 2016: $b MetPublications page ("Notable collection catalogues" is one of main links by type of publication along with "Favorite Met titles" and "Notable exhibition catalogues" and "Book titles with full text online") 

670  Walters Art Gallery. Handbook of the collection, c1936: $b foreword (... a catalogue of the collection)

670  OCLC database, June 15, 2016 $b (left-anchored title phrase search "collection catalog" yields approximately three dozen relevant titles that start with "collection catalog(s)" and more than 100 that start with "collection catalogue")

670  Wikipedia, June 15, 2016 $b (Collection catalog, or collections catalog; in museums and archives for catalog of objects or material)

675  LCSH, June 15, 2016; $a Art & architecture thesaurus online, June 15, 2016; $a Thesaurus for graphic materials, June 15, 2016

680  $i Comprehensive, scholarly listings of a collection of objects or material, particularly in museums or archives. May be combined with topical terms for what is in the collection, e.g., Art, Butterflies, Paintings, Posters, Postage stamps.

 

155  Documentary photographs

555  BT Informational works

555  BT Photographs

670  LCSH, December 11, 2016 $b (Documentary photography; earlier form: Photography, Documentary; BT Photography)

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, December 11, 2016 $b (documentary photographs; UF photographs, documentary; Note: Photographs taken as or subsequently used as documentary evidence.

670  Wikipedia, April 27, 2017 $b (Documentary photography usually refers to a popular form of photography used to chronicle events or environments both significant and relevant to history and historical events as well as everyday life. It is typically covered in professional journalism, or real life reportage, but it may also be an amateur, artistic, or academic pursuit.)

675  Thesaurus for graphic materials, December 11, 2016; $a RBMS Controlled vocabularies: Genre terms, December 11, 2016

680  $i Photographs that were taken or later used to chronicle events, places, or environments as well as everyday life.

 

155  Greeting cards

455  UF Cards, Greeting

555  BT Ephemera

555  BT Illustrated works

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 26, 2017 $b (greeting cards; variants: greeting card; card, greeting; cards, greeting; note: Cards often imprinted with messages and suitable illustrations, sent or given on special occasions or holidays.)

670  LCSH, March 26, 2017 $b (Greeting cards; UF Cards, Greeting; NT Birthday cards; Christmas cards; Get-well cards; New Year cards; Rosh ha-Shanah cards; Three-dimensional greeting cards; Valentines; Wedding cards)

670  Thesaurus for graphic materials, March 26, 2017 $b (Greeting cards; BT Stationery; NT Birthday cards; Christmas cards; Easter cards; New Year cards; Valentines;  RT Cards; scope note: Cards sent or given on special occasions; usually bearing messages of good will.)

680  $i Cards often imprinted with messages and suitable illustrations, sent or given on special occasions or holidays.

 

155  Installation guides

455  UF Installation instructions

455  UF Installation manuals

555  BT Informational works

555  BT Records (Documents)

670  Museum registration methods, c2010: $b page 82 (installation guides)

670  Étant donnés, 2009: $b page iv (Marcel Duchamp’s illustrated guide intended for use when dismantling Étant donnés… at his New York studio and reassembling it at the Philadelphia Museum of Art)

670  Carol Bove manuals 2010, c2013 $b (contains detailed instructions for installing Bove’s works, including parts lists, as well as hanging, assembly and placement instructions)

670  Matters in Media Art website, April 24, 2017: $b Installation Documentation section (installation instructions)

675  LCSH, March 17, 2017; $a Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 17, 2017; $a Thesaurus for graphic materials, March 17, 2017

680  $i Guides, created by artists or institutions, with rules or instructions needed to install or de-install a work.

 

155  Installation views (Exhibitions)

455  UF Installation photographs (Exhibitions)

555  BT Photographs

555  BT Informational works

555  BT Records (Documents)

670  Artstor, March 17, 2017: $b “The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation” collection page (installation views) “The Metropolitan Museum of Art: exhibition installation photographs” collection page (installation views)

670  Arcade (New York Art Resources Consortium catalog), March 17, 2017 $b (about 1,000 hits with "installation views" as a phrase, from several museum library collections in New York City)

670  Museum of Modern Art, March 20, 2017: $b “Exhibitions and events” pages (installation views)

675  LCSH, March 17, 2017; $a Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 17, 2017; $a Thesaurus for graphic materials, March 17, 2017

680  $i Views of works as installed for either temporary or permanent display.

 

 

155  Pictures

455  UF Graphic works 

455  UF Illustrations

455  UF Images

455  UF Pictorial representations

455  UF Pictorial works

555  BT Visual works

555  RT Illustrated works

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, October 16, 2016 $b (images (object genre); variants: image (object genre); note: Depictions and representations on a surface in two dimensions or low relief, or digital, whether the optical counterpart exists in reality or only in imagination. For example, the term may refer to a depiction as distinguished from its support, as when referring to a drawing as distinct from the paper upon which it is drawn. For a representation of an object as opposed to the tangible object itself, as when distinguishing between a photograph or digital image and the art object depicted, use the descriptor "visual surrogates" or the UF "images (visual surrogates)." For three-dimensional works, use "objects" or a more specific term, such as "sculpture (visual works).")

670  LCSH, October 16, 2016 $b (Pictures; UF Iconography; Pictorial representations; BT Art; Visual aids; SA Pictorial works; NT Caricatures and cartoons; Cataloging of pictures; Digital images; Illustration of books; Libraries and pictures; Oval pictures; Photographs; Portraits; Posters; Preserved flower pictures; Transparencies; Views; scope note: Here are entered works that discuss pictures themselves as objects of special interest, including their classification, cataloging, copying, printing, mounting, etc. Pictures that are representative of particular art media are entered under the medium, e.g. Painting; Engraving; etc.)

670  Thesaurus for graphic materials, October 16, 2016 $b (Pictures; BT Objects; NT Abstract works; Airbrush works; Allegories; Amateur works; Animation cels; Brush works; Camera lucida works; Camera obscura works; Caricatures; Cartoons (Commentary); Censored works; Children's art; Collages; Conjectural works; Cut-paper works; Devotional images; Drawings; Genre works; Illustrations; Juvenilia; Montages; Paintings; Photographs; Portraits; Posters; Prints; Reconstructions; Sandpaintings; Still lifes; Three-in-one pictures; Transparencies; Ukiyo-e; Views; Vignettes; RT Design drawings; Electronic images; scope note: Visual presentations, primarily two-dimensional.)

680  $i Visual representations, usually two-dimensional, to which more specific headings such as $a Caricatures $i or $a Coloring books $i cannot be assigned. For visual works created for aesthetic purposes, see $a Art $i or more specific terms such as $a Paintings, Photographs, Portraits, $i or $a Prints.

 

155  Playing cards

455  UF Cards, Playing

555  BT Cards

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, April 18, 2017 $b (playing cards; cards, playing; BT recreational artifacts (equipment); SN Cards made in sets of a designated number and marked for use as game accessories during play. The markings or designs may follow a standard suit or rank system or may be special and individualized.)

670  Thesaurus for graphic materials, April 18, 2017 $b (Playing cards; BT Cards; NT Fortune telling cards; Game cards; SN: Cards made in sets of a designated number of cards and marked for use in playing one or more games or telling fortunes.)

670  LCSH, April 18, 2017 $b (Playing cards; UF Cards, Playing; Cards [Earlier established form]; BT Card games--Equipment and supplies; RT Card shuffling)

680  $i Specially prepared cards, typically palm-sized for convenient handling, made in sets of a designated number and marked with distinguishing motifs for use as game accessories during play or in fortune telling. The markings or designs may follow a standard suit or rank system or may be special and individualized.

 

155  Political cartoons

555  BT Cartoons (Humorous images)

670  LCSH, March 12, 2017 $b (Political cartoons; UF Cartoons, Political; BT Caricatures and cartoons; Wit and humor, Pictorial; SEE ALSO subdivisions History--Caricatures and cartoons and Politics and government--Caricatures and cartoons under countries, cities, etc., e.g. United States--Politics and government--1969-1974--Caricatures and cartoons; SN Here are entered works on the history and art of drawing political cartoons. Works consisting of general collections of political cartoons are entered under World politics--Caricatures and cartoons. Works consisting of collections of political cartoons pertaining to a specific region, country, city, etc., are entered under the name of the place with subdivision History--Caricatures and cartoons or Politics and government--Caricatures and cartoons.)

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 12, 2017 $b (political cartoons; SN Cartoons which act as visual satire, combining exaggerated caricature with political statements. The form became popular in French graphic art during the 19th century, particularly with artist Honoré Daumier.; UF political cartoon; cartoons, political; BT cartoons (humorous images))

670  Thesaurus of graphic materials, March 12, 2017 $b (Political cartoons; BT Cartoons (Commentary); RT Editorial cartoons); SN Cartoons that present a viewpoint on a contemporary political issue, situation, public figure, or institution. They frequently employ wit, satire, or caricature, and may use a vocabulary of symbols, types, or figures to represent political entities, bodies, or principles.)

680  $i Cartoons that present a viewpoint on a contemporary political issue, situation, public figure, or institution.

 

155  Portraits

555  BT Visual works

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, October 9, 2016 $b (portraits; variant: portraiture; note: Representations of real individuals that are intended to capture a known or supposed likeness, usually including the face of the person. For representations intended to be anonymous, or of fictional or mythological characters, see "figures (representations).")

670  LCSH, October 9, 2016 $b (Portraits; UF Portraiture; BT Art; Biography; Pictures; RT Block books; Block printing; NT Biography—18th century—Portraits; Biography—20th century—Portraits; Crowned-nun portraits; Effigies; Equestrian portraits; Jewish portraits; Portrait medallions; Portrait miniatures; Portraits, Group; Portraits on pottery; Portraits on quilts; Profile portraits; Self-portraits; Silhouettes; Spirit portraits)

670  Thesaurus for graphic materials, October 9, 2016 $b (Portraits; BT Pictures; NT Group portraits; Portrait drawings; Portrait paintings; Portrait photographs; Portrait prints; Self-portraits; RT Caricatures; Crayon enlargements; Family trees; Posing; Silhouettes; scope note: Graphic representations, especially of the face, of real persons, usually posed, living or dead. Pictures whose purpose is the portrayal of an individual or several people, not pictures that merely include people as part of an event or scene.)

670  Oxford dictionary of English (3rd ed.), Oxford reference, October 9, 2016 $b (Portrait: a painting, drawing, photograph, or engraving of a person, especially one depicting only the face or head and shoulders.)

680  $i Images whose purpose is to portray one or more individuals or groups, who may be either living or dead, or to portray fictitious or mythological individuals or groups.

 

155  Sales catalogs

455  UF Sale catalogs

555  BT Advertisements

555  BT Catalogs

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, May 10, 2015 $b (sales catalogs; UF catalogs, sales; sales catalogues; catalogues, sales; BT catalogs (documents); Catalogs that enumerate items that are for sale.)

670  RBMS Controlled vocabularies: Genre terms, May 10, 2015 $b (Sales catalogs; BT Advertisements; Catalogs; NT Auction catalogs; Booksellers’ advertisements; Booksellers’ catalogs; Manufacturers’ catalogs; Publishers’ catalogs; Trade catalogs)

675  LCSH, May 10, 2015

680  $i Catalogs that enumerate items that are for sale. For catalogs published by manufacturers or dealers to present a line of products and provide information to facilitate the purchasing process see $a Trade catalogs.

681  $i Note under: $a Trade catalogs

 

155  Self-portraits

555  BT Portraits

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 26, 2017 $b (self-portraits; variant: self-portrait; note: Works in which someone produces a likeness of himself or herself.)

670  LCSH, March 26, 2017 $b (Self-portraits; BT Portraits)

670  Thesaurus for graphic materials, March 26, 2017 $b (Self-portraits; BT Portraits; scope note: Images of a person created by that same person.)

670  Oxford dictionary of English (3rd ed.), Oxford reference, viewed March 26, 2017 $b (Self-portrait: a portrait that an artist produces of themselves: “a self-portrait of Rembrandt dating back to 1635.”)

680  $i Portraits of a person created by that same person.

 

155  Selfies

455  UF Self-photographs

555  BT Photographs

555  BT Self-portraits

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 22, 2017 $b (Selfies; BT Self-portraits; SN Photographic self-portraits typically captured with a smartphone, instantaneously uploaded and distributed via a social media network.)

680  $i Photographic self-portraits captured with a digital device at arm’s length or with a stick, typically intended for distribution via social media networks and may include another person or persons.

 

155  Sketchbooks

455  UF Sketch books

455  UF Sketchpads

455  RT Albums

455  RT Notebooks 

670  LCSH, April 20, 2017 $b (Notebooks; UF Exercise books; Sketchbooks; BT Books)

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, April 20, 2017 $b (sketchbooks; UF sketch books, sketch-books; SN Books or pads of blank sheets used or intended for sketching, which are informal or rough drawings.)

670  Thesaurus of graphic materials, April 20, 2017 $b (Sketchbooks; UF Sketchpads; BT Albums; SN Albums of drawings or paintings on pages bound together before the images were created.

680  $i Volumes including chiefly informal or rough drawings as in preliminary studies by artists. The pages were bound together before the images were created. To be differentiated from notebooks that include chiefly informal or rough textual material.

 

155  Trade catalogs (existing record in LCGFT)

455 __ |a Commercial catalogs
455 __ |a Manufacturers’ catalogs
455 __ |a Trade lists
555 __ |w g |a Catalogs
555 __ |w g |a Ephemera

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680  $i Catalogs published by manufacturers or dealers to present a line of products and provide information to facilitate the purchasing process. For catalogs that enumerate items that are for sale see $i Sales catalogs.

681  $i Note under: $a Sales catalogs

 

155  Visual works

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 20, 2017 $b (Visual Works (hierarchy name); Note: The Visual Works hierarchy contains terms for items, including works of art and any objects that occupy space, are perceived by the sense of sight, and are created, rather than naturally occurring. This hierarchy focuses especially on works conveying a symbolic or expressive meaning or an aesthetic experience, such as pictorial and sculptural works, and time-based works such as performance art.

670  Art & architecture thesaurus online, March 20, 2017 $b (visual works (works); Note: Works of art and any objects that occupy space, are perceived by the sense of sight, and are created, rather than naturally occurring. Of special interest are those objects conveying a symbolic or expressive meaning or an aesthetic experience, although visual works are not limited only to such works. Visual works include pictorial and sculptural works, as well as time-based works such as performance art. They also include utilitarian objects of the type collected or valued by museums or individuals. Visual works do not include the performing arts.)

670  Thesaurus of graphic materials, March 20, 2017 $b ("(Visual works)" used as qualifier on Scrolls (Visual works), Studies (Visual works), Marines (Visual works), Pastels (Visual works), etc.)

680  $i Collections of visual works that are composed of multiple genres and/or forms to which more specific headings such as Paintings, Etchings, Television programs, or Maps cannot be assigned.

 

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