Please see Tables and Figures for detailed information on citing information under the image.
Artist Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year). Title of the artwork [Format]. Location. URL
Wood, G. (1930). American gothic [Painting]. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States. https://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/6565
Note: No reference entry needed for clips art from Microsoft Word or PowerPoint programs.
Author. (Year). Title of image [format]. Website. URL
GDJ. (2018). Neural network deep learning prismatic [Clip art]. Openclipart. https://openclipart.org/detail/309343/neural-network-deep-learning-prismatic
[Subject and type of work]. (n.d.). URL
[Photograph of person washing hands]. (n.d.). https://cdc.gov
Note: You still need to cite the image even if you are missing much of the information. Please try to find images that do provide this information.
Note: If no title, add a description in brackets.
Rinaldi, J. (2016). [Photograph series of a boy who finds his footing after abuse by those he trusted]. The Pulitzer Prizes. https://www.pulitzer.org/winners/jessica-rinaldi
McCurry, S. (1985). Afghan girl [Photograph]. National Geographic. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/national-geographic-magazine-50-years-of-covers/#/ngm-1985-jun-714.jpg
Go to the original location (website) of the image and cite in one of the formats above.
(Artist Last Name, Year)
(Wood, 1930) -parenthetical
Wood (1930) -narrative
(Author, Year) if just referencing in-text.
(GDJ, 2018) -parenthetical
GDJ (2018) -narrative
(Organization or website title, n.d.)
Note: In-text images are also generally accompanied by a caption consisting of the full entry from your reference page. Please check with your instructor to see if this is necessary.
Figure format is used most often for citing Images in PowerPoint presentations.
Here is an example of a proper Figure citation:
Lemur in the wild
Note. From Black and white Ruffled Lemur [Photograph], by M. Appel, 2016, (https://flic.kr/p/E4p9hN).