Artwork viewed in person

  • - Artwork is indicated as a figure.
  • - Every image included in your assignment needs a caption.  If the image is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Artist Surname, First Initial. (Year). Title of artwork [Description]. Location of institution: Name of Institution

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Figure 1.

Christina’s world

Note. Tempera on panel by Wyeth (1948).

In the note include details you consider relevant e.g. title, artist, medium, attribution

 

Wyeth, A. (1948). Christina’s world [Painting]. New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art.

 

Include a description of the work of art (e.g. sculpture, painting) in square brackets.

 

Artwork viewed online

  • - Artwork is indicated as a figure.
  • - Every image included in your assignment needs a caption.  If the image is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Artist Surname, First Initial. (Year). Title of painting [Image of painting].  URL of specific document

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 Reference list example

Figure 1.

Christina’s world

Note. Tempera on panel (Wyeth, 1948)

 

In the note include details you consider relevant e.g. title, artist, medium, attribution

 

Wyeth, A. (1948). Christina’s world [Image of painting]. http://www.moma.org/explore/collection/index

 

 

Artwork viewed in a book

  • - Artwork is indicated as a figure.
  • - Every image included in your assignment needs a caption.  If the image is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Book title: Subtitle. Publisher.

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Figure 2. 

River at Argenteuil

Note. Manet, River at Argenteuil, 1874 (Pool, 1973, p.134)

In the note include details you consider relevant e.g. title, artist, medium, attribution

 

Pool, P. (1973). Impressionism. Thames & Hudson.

 

 

The reference entry is that of the book

 

 

Unpublished artwork

 

Unpublished artwork is artwork in a personal collection i.e. if you created the figure and it is not published

  • - Artwork is indicated as a figure.
  • - Every image included in your assignment needs a caption.  If the image is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

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Figure 3. 

Hot pot

Note. Hot pot, by Chiang Rai, (2015, Personal collection).

 

 

You do not need to include an entry in the reference list as the work has not been published.