Marymount California University Library

AM 201: Western Civilization Art Since the Renaissance

Copyright and How to Cite Images

Images or illustrations can enhance your papers and presentations. However remember that images are protected under copyright and can only be used in the manner for which they are allowed by the owner.

Like written sources, images need to be properly cited. Always give credit to where you found the image.

How do you cite images in MLA style? Consult this comprehensive site.

How do you download and insert images? See the Tutorials tab.

Citation Example: An Image Downloaded from ARTstor

 

geese

Title of Work
Artist's Name (first, last))
Date of Work (if given)
Image Source
Date of Citation
Electronic Database

Three Geese. Simon de Vlieger, c. 1600-1653. The Illustrated Bartsch. Vol. 1, Netherlandish Artists[cited 08 October 2012]. In ARTstor [database online].

Search These Databases to Find Images

Freely Accessible online:

Web Gallery of Art - European painting & sculpture, 1000-1850. Image use is given for non-profit educational purposes only.

 

Wiki Paintings - use of images for non-profit, educational purposes is permitted in accordance with the fair use copyright principle.

  See copyright information on the left.

Accessible only through MCU:

If off-campus, you'll need to login with your MCU username & password.

Explore Museum Collections Online

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License