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Untitled by Nicéphore Niépce
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Untitled by Nicéphore Niépce

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The word untitled refers to something that has no title. Documents, works of art, musical works, and other works can be untitled. Generally, an untitled work is the result of a conscious choice by the artist or creator not to apply a title. However, many computer programs will use untitled as a default title for documents, images, or other files.

Some works, paradoxically, have a title of Untitled.

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