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Overview

Citing paintings, photographs, and sculpture: [14.235] Information about paintings, photographs, sculptures, or other works of art can usually be presented in the text rather than in a footnote or bibliography. If a note or bibliography entry is needed, list the artist, a title (in italics), and a date of creation or completion, followed by information about the medium and the location of the work. For works consulted online, add a URL.
Permissions: If you are publishing your work, or using images for non-educational purposes, see our Copyright Guide for information on legal re-use. For university coursework, you generally do not need to ask the owner of the image for permission to use it - only a reference is needed.

Referencing images

First footnote
4. Ellen Thompson, Diary of J.C.Thompson, Gallipoli 1915. Page two and three, posted December 28, 2007, photograph, Flickr, https://www.flickr.com/photos/eethompson/2143596660/.
5. TeroVesalainen, Mindmap, Brainstorm, Idea, March 2017, photograph, https://pixabay.com/en/mindmap-brainstorm-idea-innovation-2123973/.

Subsequent footnotes
7. Thompson, Diary of J.C Thompson.
8. TeroVesalainen, Mindmap.

Bibliography

TeroVesalainen. Mindmap, Brainstorm, Idea. March 2017. Photograph. https://pixabay.com/en/mindmap-brainstorm-idea-innovation-2123973/.

Thompson, Ellen. Diary of J.C.Thompson, Gallipoli 1915. Page two and three. Posted December 28, 2007. Photograph. Flickr. https://www.flickr.com/photos/eethompson/2143596660/.

First footnote
6. Cricket in Western Australia, the New Norcia Aboriginal Team (engraving), May 17, 1879, illustration, Britannica ImageQuest.

Subsequent footnotes
8. Cricket in Western Australia.

Bibliography

Cricket in Western Australia, the New Norcia Aboriginal Team (engraving). May 17, 1879. Illustration. Britannica ImageQuest.