IAIA Fields AMICO list + additions desired for IAIA
Field Name Required? Repeat? Definition WAC Field MIA Field DC
AMICO ID - DOI? Y N The unique ID # assigned to an object. not available - add to PC database   Identifier
Object- Type Y Y The kind of components of the object or work described (e.g., lithographs, panels, drawings). Classification Item Class (field #2) Resource- Type
Classification- Term   Y   Y   The specific term or code from a formal classification scheme that has been assigned to a work (e.g., furniture, painting, architecture, graphic arts).   not available - map WAC Classification to scheme e.g. AAT Type (#20)  
Title- or- Name- Text Y Y The identifying phrases given to a work of art (e.g., Venus and Cupid, Noli me tangere, Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, Ceramic fruit bowl, Untitled). Title Name/ Title (#3; multiple languages separated by semicolon) Title
Measurement- Text Y N (Y linked Measurement) The numerical dimensions of a work of art (e.g., 23.9 x 35.8 x 8.3 cm, 776 x 4 3/ 4 inches, 56.8 cm (diameter)). DimDescription + Dimensions (repeating fields w/ 6 repetitions) Measurements (#8)  
Measurement- Dimension Y (N - IAIA) N (Y linked Measurement) The kind of dimension taken of a particular area or part of an object or work (e.g., height, width, depth). not available derive from English Height - Width - Depth - Diameter (#29- 32) and Metric Height - Width - Depth - Diameter (#34- 37)  
Measurement- Dimension- Quantity Y (N - IAIA) N (Y linked Measurement) The numerical value of a particular dimension taken of a work (e.g., 60, 238). not available English Height - Width - Depth - Diameter (#29- 32) and Metric Height - Width - Depth - Diameter (#34- 37)  
Measurement- Dimension- Units Y (N - IAIA) N (Y linked Measurement) The unit of measurement used (e.g., inches, centimeters,millimeters). not available English Unit (#28) and Metric Unit (#33)  
Materials & Techniques - Description Y N (Y linked Materials & Techniques) A prose description of the technique, media, and support of the work of art (e.g., oil on canvas, egg- tempera paint with tooled gold- leaf halos on panel, Carrara marble on granite base). Medium Materials (#7) and Description (#24)  
Creator- Name Y if known (IAIA - either Creator- Name or Creator- Nationality/ Culture required) N (Y linked Creator) The names, appellations, or other identifying phrases assigned to an individual, group of people, or corporate body that played a role in the creation or production of the work. Includes variant spellings, pseudonyms, transliterations, nicknames, maiden names, married names, and alternate names (e.g., Christopher Wren, Kicking Bear, Limbourg Brothers, Master of the Dido panels, Unknown Venetian). Artist (multiple artists will have to be parsed into separate rows) Maker (#4 multi- value) Author or Creator
Creator- Name- Prefix (IAIA only) N N (Y linked Creator) The part of a person name that precedes the first name and should be separated from the index name or suffix by a comma when the elements of a name are reported in inverted order. Prefix generally reflects the title to be used when addressing an individual or couple (Sir, Mr. and Mrs.) or modifier that identifies a group (Estate of, Firm of). not available - add to PC database not available separately (full name Maker #4)  
Creator- Name- First Name(s) (IAIA only) N N (Y linked Creator) A person's first or given name(s) including middle name and/ or initials. not available - add to PC database not available separately (full name Maker #4)  
Creator- Name- Index Name (IAIA only) Y N (Y linked Creator) The entry element or part of a name under which a person is indexed in alphabetical listings. not available - add to PC database not available separately (full name Maker #4)  
Creator- Name- Suffix (IAIA only) N N (Y linked Creator) The part of a person name that follows the index/ last name and should be separated from the index name by a comma when the elements of name are reported in natural or inverted order. The suffix is generally an abbreviation or phrase indicating the relationship between identical names in the same family (the Elder, Jr.) or term of rank (Esq.). not available - add to PC database not available separately (full name Maker #4)  
Creator- Nationality or Culture Y (IAIA - either Creator- Name or Creator- Nationality/ Culture required) N (Y linked Creator) The national, cultural, or ethnic origins of the creator of the work of art (e.g., English, Sienese, Berber, African American). Nationality Origin/ Place (#5; broader to narrow terms separated by semicolon)  
Creator- Birth- Date Y if known N (Y linked Creator) Date of birth of the individual, or establishment of the corporate body or group of individuals that played a role in the creation of the work of art (e.g., 20 October 1632). Born not available separately (in Maker #4)  
Creator- Birth- Place Y if known N (Y linked Creator) Place of the birth of the individual, or establishment of the corporate body or group of individuals that played a role in the creation of the work of art (e.g., East Knoyle, Wiltshire, England). Place of Birth not available separately (in Origin/ Place #5)  
Creator- Death- Date Y if known N (Y linked Creator) Date of the death of the individual, or the dissolution of the group that played a role in the creation of the work of art(e.g., 25 February 1723). Died not available separately (in Maker #4)  
Creator- Death- Place Y if known N (Y linked Creator) Place of the circumstances of the death of the individual, or the dissolution of the group that played a role in the creation of the work of art (e.g., Hampton Court, London, England). not available not available separately (in Origin/ Place #5)  
Creator- Gender Y if known N (Y linked Creator) The gender of the individual who played a role in the creation of a work of art (e.g., male, female). Sex not available  
Creator- Role Y (IAIA: Y if known) N (Y linked Creator) The role or activity performed by a creator or maker in the conception, design, or production of a work of art (e.g., draftsman, designer, artist). not available (global value = artist) not available separately (in Maker #4)  
Creation- Date- Text Y N (Y linked Creation) Definition: Any date or range of dates associated with the creation, design, or production of the work of art or its components (e.g., 1667, ca. 1210, 17th century, before 952 BCE, reign of Rameses II). Date Date Made (#6) Date.Creation
Creation- Date- Start Y N (Y linked Creation) The earliest date associated with an object. Expressed as year only, the start date may reflect a specific date, an approximate date, or the lower limit of a date range. not available - add to PC database Earliest Year (#42)  
Creation- Date- End Y N (Y linked Creation) The latest date associated with an object. Expressed as year only, the end date may reflect a specific date, an approximate date, or the upper limit of a date range. not available - add to PC database Latest Year (#43)  
Creation- Place Y if known Y (linked Creation) The location where the creation, design, or production of the work of art or its components took place(e.g., Oxford (Oxfordshire, England); probably upper Egypt). not available not available separately (could be in Origin/ Place #5)  
Style/ Period- Terms Y if known Y The term or terms identifying a style, historical period, school, or art movement whose characteristics are represented by the work of art (e.g., Ancient, Op- art, Fauve). Genre (values not strictly style terms) Period/ Style (#45) Coverage.Temporal
Subject Matter- Index- Terms N (IAIA Y if known) Y Indexing terms that characterize what the work depicts or what is depicted in it. These are generic (e.g., woman, baby, lion skin, bearded man). Or, identification, using a controlled vocabulary, of the subject depicted in or by a work of art (e.g., Socrates, Henry IV, Thomas Jefferson). Genre (values not strictly subject terms) not available (maybe Description #24) Subject [although prose description not terms?]
Ownership- Owner Name Y N (Y linked Ownership) The name of the repository that currently houses the work. If the work is lost, stolen, or destroyed, this subcategory identifies the last known repository and states that the work has been lost, stolen, or destroyed, or that its current repository is unknown(e.g., Musée Historique du Château de Vitré; destroyed in 1966; formerly Gabinetto Desegni e Stampe, Uffizi). Or, the name of an individual or corporate body (institution, agency, or group) that owned the work or served as an agent or intermediary in its transfer from one owner to another. not available (global value = Walker Art Center) not available (global value = Minneapolis Institute of Arts) not in DC?
Ownership- Owner- Place Y Y (Y linked Ownership) The geographic place where the work of art is currently located. If the work is lost, stolen, or destroyed, this subcategory identifies its last known geographic location. Or, the place where the work of art was housed while in the possession of a particular owner. not available (global value = Minneapolis, MN, USA) not available (global value = Minneapolis, MN, USA)  
Ownership- Owner- Number Y Y (Y linked Ownership) Any unique identifiers assigned to a work by a current or prior owner (e.g, 1942.9.1). Accession No. ID Number (#1)  
Ownership- Credit- Line Y Y (Y linked Ownership) A formal public statement about the ownership, transfer of ownership, acquisition, source, or sponsorship of the acquisition of a work, suitable for use in a display label or publication. Credit Line Credit Line (#14)  
Copyright- Statement Y N (Y linked Copyright) A formal statement of the copyright of a work of art, and/ or any restrictions placed on it (e.g., Copyright Chuck Close;Copyright 1981, The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust;All rights reserved, The Metropolitan Museum of Art). not available add to PC database if available: Photos/ Reproductions (#82 multi- value) Rights- Management
Copyright- Link Y N (Y linked Copyright) A reference to a bibliographic source or unpublished document where information about the copyright or restrictions upon a work of art was found. not available (global value = WAC PC database) not available  
Related- Image- Description Y N (Y linked Related Image) The relationship of an image to the work of art being described (e.g., conservation image, documentary image,contextual image). not available info source will be image catalogue not available  
Related- Image- Type Y N (Y linked Related Image) The identification of the digital image type. not available info source will be image catalogue not available Relation.Type
Related- Image- Identifier Y N (Y linked Related Image) The unique identifier assigned to a digital image. not available info source will be image catalogue not available Relation.Identifier
Catalogued By Y Y The name of the individual who wrote, recorded, or revised information about a work of art and the institution with which the individual is affiliated. not available (global value = unknown, Walker Art Center (Minneapolis, MN, USA)) Initials (#94)  
Label Copy Y Y The text of the institutionally preferred object label. not available - value = concatenation of PC fields not available (for paintings maybe General Notes/ Comments #93 multivalue)