pseudomorph

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pseu·do·morph

(sū'dō-mōrf),
A mineral found crystallized in a form that is not proper to it but to some other mineral.
[pseudo- + G. morphē, form]
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Smith's relationship to what one calls Minimalism, whether it be the work of Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, or Carl Andre, has much to do with historical coincidence or pseudomorphism.
Arguably, the most striking example of these pseudomorphisms is to be found in the Twombly drawings.