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A

Abstract Art

Abstract Expressionism

Anchorage

Aristotle’s Wax Tablet

Aura


B

Byzantine icon painting


C

Camera Lucida

Camera Obscura

Cave Paintings

Computed Tomography (CT) or computerised axial tomography (CAT)

Copernicus


D

Discourse

Dunhuang star map


E

Ecology of Images

Eidos

Electromagnetic Spectrum

Enlightenment

Episteme

Epistemology

F

Figure

The Family of Man

H

Hermeneutics

Hubble Space Telescope

Hypericon

I

Iconology

Iconoclast

Iconoclasm

Iconophile

Iconophilia

Iconophobia

Idolatry

Imagefare

Image Studies

Imageology

Imagist

Imagistic

Interdisciplinary

L

Literacy (see also Visual Literacy)

Locke’s Dark Room

M

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Male Gaze

Mediality

Medium is the Message

Metapicture

Microscopy

Mimesis

Mirror Stage

Modernity

Multimodality

N

Notation

O

Optics

Ottoman miniature painting

P

Panopticon

Perspective

Picture Libraries

Picture Theory

Photobook (see also Photo-essay)

Photo-elicitation

Photo-essay (see also Photobook)

Photojournalism

Photoshop

Plato’s Cave (see: Simile of the Cave)

Polysemous

Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

R

Rastor (see also Vector)

Realism

Remediation

Renaissance painting

Reproduction

S

Science Photography

Semiotics / Semiology

Scope Regime

Sign

Simile of the Cave

Simulacrum

Sketchnotes

Sonography

Structuralism

Subsemiotic

T

Tissot’s indicatrix

U

Ultrasound (see also Sonography)

V

Vector (see also Rastor)

Visual Culture

Visual Literacy (see also Literacy)

Visual Semiotics

Visuality

W

Wittgenstein’s Hieroglyphics

Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

X

X-ray

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