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Citing images, artwork
- Images in text are also generally accompanied by a caption that includes copyright information and a statement of permission for use. Please check with your tutor to see if this is necessary.
- When artists assign titles they are italicised. Do not italicise titles that other people have assigned to the work.
Image from an online source
(Di Carpi, 1540)
Di Carpi, G. (1540). The holy family [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.getty.edu/
Artist Surname, Initial(s). (Year). Title of the work [Description of the medium]. Retrieved from followed by URL
Example of an artwork
Hopper, E. (1925). House by the railroad [Painting]. New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art.
Hopper, E. (1925). House by the railroad [Painting]. Retrieved from http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?
Would you like to have a printed guide at hand? You can find a useful one here APA Guide for printing
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