Definición de deaccession en inglés:

deaccession

Saltos de línea: de|ac¦ces|sion
Pronunciación: /ˌdiːəkˈsɛʃ(ə)n
 
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verbo

[with object]
  • Officially remove (an item) from a library, museum, or art gallery in order to sell it: the decision was made to deaccession the picture [no object]: museums will deaccession to buy other works
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Considerable excitement, however, was generated by six works being deaccessioned by the Museum of Modern Art to support its acquisitions fund.
    • One recently discovered gateleg table has the accession number ‘15651LLLJJJ’; however, the researchers are uncertain what museum deaccessioned it.
    • In the run-up to the mixed-lot sale, Sotheby's held two ‘single owner’ auctions in which 296 works consigned by these two institutions were deaccessioned.

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  • The official removal of an item from a library, museum, or art gallery in order to sell it: in England deaccession has been adopted by local authorities to offset spending cuts [count noun]: the spate of spectacular deaccessions being conducted by American museums
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • A decision to return has been made in another case (the Benevento Missal), although there will have to be a change in the law to allow deaccession.
    • The pending deaccession will leave only a handful of minor artworks and decorative objects.
    • The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces the deaccession of 42 artworks from its permanent collection, which will be sold in a public auction at Sotheby's New York this month.

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