Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you

1. How do you cite an image in an essay?

If the image is of a piece of art include information about the artist and location of the artwork in the caption. Works of art can be cited using this format, but include the publication citation for where the image of the work of art was found, unless you have viewed the work in person.

2. Can I use images in my essay?

Remember, though, that images may be copyrighted! This won’t be a problem in an essay, since educational uses are usually exempt from copyright. But it will apply if you’re writing something that you intend to publish!

3. How do I cite artwork from a collection or gallery?

For a standalone work from a collection or gallery, you may be able to simply mention the title and creator of the artwork in the text. If you need to include a full citation, though, you can cite the creator and year of creation: