Iconology

• (n.) The discussion or description of portraiture or of representative images. Cf. Iconography.
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iconology

noun the branch of art history that studies visual images and their symbolic meaning (especially in social or political terms)
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Iconology

I`co·nol'o·gy noun [ Greek ...; e'ikw`n an image + ... discourse: confer French iconologie .] The discussion or description of portraiture or of representative images. Confer Iconography .
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Iconology

A method of interpreting the meaning of a work of art by synthesising iconography with the full historical context
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iconology

iconology 1. The branch of knowledge which deals with the subject of icons (or images). 2. The subject matter of this study, icons collectively, or as objects of investigation. 3. A branch of art history that studies visual images and their symbolic meanings (especially in social or political terms). 4. A symbolic representation; symbolism.
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Iconology

Studies in history of art concerned with the interpretation of the matter or subject treated by artists without consideration of their personalities. -- L.V.
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iconology

study of icons; symbols
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