Image/photograph/artwork form a book
Format for in-text citation
In-text citation example
Subodh Gupta's painting Doot 2003 (Chui and Genocchio 2010, 189) is another type of…
Elements of this can be seen in works like Doot by Subodh Gupta (Chui and Genocchio 2010, 189).
Annie Liebovitz's photographic work Robert La Fosse, New York City 1990 (Liebovitz 2002, fig. 6) captures the essence of the dancer's pain…
Format in reference list
Elements, punctuation & capitalisation
Artist (Surname, Given name). Year. Title of image. In Author of book. Year. Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Reference list example
Gupta, Subodh. 2003. Doot. In Melissa Chiu and Benjamin Genocchio. 2010. Contemporary Asian Art. London: Thames and Hudson.
Liebovitz, Annie. 1990. Robert La Fosse, New York City. In Annie Liebovitz. 2002. Dancers: Photographs by Annie Liebovitz. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Style notes for this reference type
- Titles of artworks are italicised and in headline style. See Manual 3:22
- You should include as much information about the medium and dimensions as you can find. See Manual 3.22 and 3.27
- Include the author/artist and title of the work in the body of the text and put an in-text reference for the book that the image/illustration is in.
- "Year" refers to the year that the image or artwork was created. If you don’t know the date, use the abbreviation n.d. (no date) or if you only know the approximate date, use the abbreviation c. (circa).
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