right of integrity

Definition of "right of integrity"
  1. The ethical entitlement of an originator of visual art to restrain alterations of their work
How to use "right of integrity" in a sentence
  1. The artist invoked her right of integrity to stop the gallery from changing the colors of her painting.
  2. Even though he sold the sculpture, the artist still maintained his right of integrity to ensure the piece wasn't modified.
  3. The museum violated an artist's right of integrity when it painted over portions of his mural without his consent.

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