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Use one of these types at the beginning:

examples:

[Part of] Toru Takemitsu's Festival "Orchestral Space '68"

[Formerly part of] Cycle of the Seven Sleepers; cycle; unknown French; early 13th century; Notre Dame Cathedral (Rouen, France)

[Preparatory for] Madonna of the Rocks

[Pendant of] Celestial Globe, Nicolas Bailleul le jeune (French, active 1740-1750); 1730; J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, California, USA); ID:86.DH.705.2

[Depicts] Pierre Koenig; Case Study House No. 21

For general relationships

Related to: Use to establish a general relationship when a more precise definition cannot be made.

For hierarchical relationships - group/collection/series to parts

Part of: Use for extrinsic part/whole relationships between works.

Formerly part of: Use to relate former extrinsic part/whole relationships between works. If possible, document when the relationship existed in a note.

For a work and its components

Partner in set: Use to relate two or more works designed to be displayed together.

For works that are related as steps in the creation process

Cartoon for: Use to relate full-size preparatory drawings made for the purpose of transferring a design to the working surface of another work.

Counter proof for: Use to relate impressions taken from a print or drawing by pressing it against a sheet of damp paper for the purpose of transferring a reverse image for rework to the finished work.

Model for: Use to relate works that are scaled representations to the original work.

Plan for: Use to relate works that represent a projection upon a flat surface of another work.

Preparatory for: Use to relate works done in preparation for further work.

Printing plate for: Use to relate the plate used to create a print to the print itself.

Prototype for: Use for working models for a production run of identical items.

Relief for: Use to relate seals, stamps, rings, etc. to the impressions made by them.

Study for: Use to relate works that explore a subject or are preliminary to a separate, more finalized work.

For works designed to be displayed together

Designed for: Use to relate works that were designed in context to one another whether or not they were ever physically housed together e.g. chair designed for a house

Exhibited at: Use to relate an exhibition venue with its exhibited works.

Mate of: Use to relate works designed to be displayed together.

Partner in set with: Use to relate works designed to be displayed together.

Pendant of: Use to relate works designed to be displayed together.

For works copied after or depicting other works

Copy after: Use to relate works that are copied after other works.

Depicts: Use to relate works that depict other works.

Derived from: Use to relate works that are derived from other works.

Facsimile of: Use to relate works that are precise reproductions, usually in the same dimensions as the original, of other works.

Replica of: Use to relate precise reproductions of valued objects, usually in the same dimensions as the original.

Version of: Use to relate valued objects made by the same artist, craftsman, or studio that created an original on which it is closely based, and when the resulting work shows some variation from the original.

For work to image relationships

Image of: Use to relate works and images of those works.