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Artwork that is a
print of drawing, a computer
generated image, or a very
manipulated photographs. They
may have a combination of
imagery and text but are not
These will contain collected
objects or materials
related to a particular event,
person, etc. :
things collected as souvenirs
are created using paint and are
described as "hand painted" or
option if the medium of the art
is photography; this includes
both photographs printed on
canvas and photographs that have
been printed on paper and
Prints of Paintings:
Art that is
a print of a painting,
actual painting that was created
using paint. Items including
painting reproductions printed
on canvases and painting
reproductions printed on paper
and framed should be attributed
as "Prints of Paintings." Often
these are described as "giclee."
Artwork that is text based; the
artwork should be comprised of
mostly text. This does not
include vintage advertisements.
Items that are replicas of a
advertisement; this includes
advertisement printed on canvas,
on plaques, and those that have
been printed on paper and
Prints of Paintings
Material & Medium
Baroque:This includes but is not
limited to artists Nicolas
Poussin, Johannes Vermeer, Peter
Paul Rubens, Diego Velazquez and
Rembrandt van Rijn.
Contemporary: This includes all
art created after 1970.
Impressionism: This includes but
is not limited to artists
Vincent Van Gogh, Mary Cassatt,
Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas,
Edouard Manet, Claude Monet,
Berthe Morisot, Camille
Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir,
Alfred Sisley, Georges Seurat,
Paul Signac and Gustave
Modern: This includes but is not
limited to artists Alphonse
Ruscha,Egon Schiele,Ernst Ludwig
Balla,Giorgio de Chirico,Gustav
Abbott McNeill Whistler,James
Dubuffet,Jim Dine,Joan Miró,Juan
Nagy,Lee Krasner,Lucian Freud,M.
C. Escher,Man Ray,Marc
Kandinsky,Willem de Kooning.
Renaissance:This includes but is
not limited to artists Leonardo
da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael,
Cimabue, Fra Angelico, Piero
della Francesca, Andre Mantegna,
Raphael, Titian, Jan van Eyck,
Hieronymous Bosch, Albrecht
Durer and Hans Holbein.
Neo-Classicism, Romanticism and
Realism:This includes but is not
limited to artists Jean-Auguste
Ingres, John Constable,
Francisco de Goya, J.M.W Turner,
John William Waterhouse, Gustave
Courbet, Jean Francois Millet,
John Singer Sargeant, Winslow
Homer and Thomas Eakins.
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