right of attribution

Definition of "right of attribution"
  1. A moral right bestowed upon visual art creators, which allows them to acknowledge themselves as for the work's authorship and disclaim authorship for alterations of their work or authorship of a work by someone else
How to use "right of attribution" in a sentence
  1. The painter exercised her right of attribution by signing her name at the bottom of the completed mural.
  2. The sculptor denied his right of attribution to the modified version of his statue, as he was not the one to make the alterations.
  3. By falsely claiming a photograph as his own, the artist infringed on the original photographer's right of attribution.

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