2. BaroqueArt Descriptors ontology at a glance
An alphabetical index of BaroqueArt Descriptors terms, by class
(concepts) and by
property (relationships, attributes), are given below. All the terms
are hyperlinked to their detailed description for quick reference.
Classes: AbstractEntity, Activity, Age, Altarpiece, Animal,
Attentionality, Belief, BenedetoCroce,
ChristineBuci-Glucksmann, ConcreteEntity, Confineable, Crucifix,
Deity, Deleuze, Description, Diptych,
HeinrichWolfflin, HelmutHatzfeld, Hero,
HumanBeing, HumanIntentionalState, Ideality, InitialConnection,
InterpretableThing, Jewelry, Lacan, Maravall, Material,
Meaning, Medal, Medallion, Merleau-Ponty,
OmarCalabrese, Painting, PerceptibleThing,
Photography, Physicality, PictureCard,
PierreCharpentrat, Pigment, Plant, Plate, Preclin, ReliefFold, Renderizable,
Representation, Resonance, Ritual,
SculptureMonad, SeveroSarduy, Sheet,
Silversmithing, Sketch, Statue, Symbology, Tapie,
Theory, Tool, Triptych, Virtuality,
WalterBenjamin, WernerWeisbach, WithHumanParticipation, WithoutHumanParticipation,
Properties: belongsToEthnic, consistsOf, fromBody,
hasTheory, isClassifiedUnder, isExpressed, isGender,
isMeasurable, isNotMeasurable, isOld, usesTechnique,
Instances: Afro, AgglomerateBoard, Alabaster, Allegorical,
Bronze, Brush, Cane, Cardboard, Carved, Castes, CastesEthnic, Casting,
Cleric, Copper, Corn, Cotton, Crayon, Crockery,
Crystal, Cut, Cutting, Draw, Earthenware, Embossed,
Fiction, Foot, Fresco, GenderIndeterminate,
GenderNotRevealed, GenderUnknown, Gipsy,
Glass, Glaze, Glued, Gold, GoldColored, Gouache,
Gouge, Graver, Grisalle, Gum, Hammer, Hand, Head, Heart, Hemp, Historical,
Ink, Inlaid, Ivory, Jester, Landscape, Leather,
Limbs, Linen, Maguey, Maize, Map, Marble, Mestizo, Metal, Military, Molding,
Mulatto, Mural, Mythological, Nacre,
Nature, Nobel, Notch, NotReligious,
Nude, Officer, Paintbrush, Papel,
Pencil, Plan, Plank, Plaster, Polychrome, Porphyry,
Printed, Quilt, Reed, Relief, Religion, Religious,
Shepherd, Silk, Silver, Skin, Sponge, SpongeCake,
Stone, Tempera, Tinplate, Tooled,
WhiteLead, WhiteWateredDown, Wineskin, Wood, Zinc,
3. BaroqueArt Descriptors ontology overview
Here there is a brief resume of the main elements of the ontology.
Main entity that includes both a conception of the work as a tinge of
ideality and the physical component of it.
Abstract artifact that exist only mind internally.
22.214.171.124. Human Intentional State
Abstract artifacts that exist only in the mind, which are internal or
are subject to it in its existence. They have no restraint.
The human intentional state can be expressed by an activity through the
several available techniques and tools.
This state entails, in addition, an attentionality as defined by
Tomasello (202): “This adaptation consists in the ability and tendency
of individuals to identify with conspecifics in ways that enable them
to understand those conspecifics as intentional agents like the self,
possessing their own intentions and attention, and eventually to
understand them as mental agents like the self, possessing their own
desires and beliefs”.
126.96.36.199. Interpretable Thing
Entities subject to human interpretation. The interpretation is made
supported on a theory from a domain expert, which is based on a set of
beliefs. According to the applied theory, a meaning for the artwork is
given. The entity on which the
ideality is presented to the consciousness is the representation,
- Description. Description of reality, fiction and possible,
through the figurative component of the work based on concrete and
abstract entities it contains.
- Metaphor. Relationship between the meaning of an object
indistinguishable from the rest in the work with another entity, idea,
concept, person or place.
- Symbology. Analogies for the description referring to other
aspects of reality and fiction that are used regularly, metaphorically
Entities wich exist mind-independent.
188.8.131.52. Perceptible thing
Perceptible through the human senses.
184.108.40.206.1. With human participation
Entities which implies human participation like celebrations, rituals
or fiestas. This kind of entities doesn't exist in any way with
audience or participants.
220.127.116.11.2. Without human participation
Entities which exist even when there's no human participation and don't
need it to exist. Based on the concept of Monad from Leibniz, a Monad
folds with its own and is indistinguishable from the rest of them. The
Monad, made of some material, is the smallest part of an artwork. The
folds like altarpiece or crucifix are compund by one or more monads or
Here is a very basic document describing the artwork identified by
the URL http://artworks.foo/bar by an author with GUID 123456789:
<dc:Title>The title of the artwork</dc:Title>
4. Cross-reference for BaroqueArt Descriptors
classes and properties