By its nature, it is one of the most basic instincts of humanity to ensure the continuation of its lineage and to transfer its culture to the next generations. Societies, which have a great experience in creating and maintaining social order, are making great efforts to transfer this accumulation to future generations. There are intensive studies on "cultural transfer", which is the subject of many disciplines. Cultural transfer is seen as a field of existence by all human societies. The studies of the discipline of archeology play an important role in understanding the past from the present. Archaeological finds play an important role in understanding the past and drawing lessons for the future. Therefore, in terms of cultural transfer, the more these finds are known and understood, the more they will contribute. Humanity has tried and continues to try many methods and methods for the transfer of cultural heritage. Studies are carried out in many art disciplines (Literature, cinema, plastic arts, music, etc.) in cultural transfer through art, which is among these methods. Art disciplines that produce works inspired by archaeological finds reveal effective results about cultural transfer. Qualitative research methods were used in the study. After the conceptual framework was created by document analysis, the works of İhsan Çakıcı, Özdemir Yemenicioğlu and Hasan Kıran, who were inspired by archaeological finds and produced works in the field of plastic arts, were analyzed by descriptive analysis technique. Considering the artistic understanding of the three artists examined, it was concluded that they frequently used cultural symbols and conveyed these elements to the audience in order to tell and rethink the thousands of years old stories of the lands they lived in.
Keywords: Culture, art, reflection, archeology