How do you cite artwork in a paper?

How do you cite artwork in a paper?

To cite an image/reproduction of a work of visual art from a print source, follow this format: Artist’s Last Name, First Name. Title of Artwork. Date Artwork Created, Name of Institution or Private Collection Housing Artwork, City Where it is Housed.

Do painting titles go in quotes?

Visual artwork, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, mixed media, and whatnot, is italicized, never put in quotation marks. Thus, Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Rodin’s The Thinker both have italics. You do not need to underline your own title or put it in quotation marks.

Do you italicize painting titles in Chicago style?

Titles of paintings and sculptures should be italicized, but photographs in quotation marks.

How do you cite an exhibition?

To be made up of:

  1. Title of exhibition (in italics).
  2. Year (in round brackets).
  3. [Exhibition].
  4. Location.
  5. Date(s) of exhibition.

How do I cite my own work?

Bottom Line: When citing yourself, in whichever style you are utilizing, cite in-text citations to identify yourself as the author. On your Works Cited Page (MLA) or Reference List (APA), identify yourself as the author using the format for an unpublished paper (or published, if you have published it!)

What do you Caption a drawing?

Drawing Captions for Instagram

  1. I sometimes think there is nothing so delightful as drawing.
  2. I draw like other people bite their nails.
  3. Drawing is a vision on paper.
  4. Never graduate from drawing.
  5. I draw better than I talk.
  6. The first writing of the human being was drawing, not writing.

How do you cite artwork in Chicago style?

Artwork (Print or Web) #, Artist’s Last-name, First-name, “Title of Work,” Medium, Date of Creation, Location of Work-Institution/City/Owner, In Title of Print Source, by Author of Source, Page or plate/figure number, Place of Source Publication: Publisher, Date.

What do you say to a beautiful painting?

try these compliments:

  1. I’ve never seen anything like it.
  2. Your work reminds me a little bit of _________________ (name a famous artist – but NOT Thomas Kincaid.)
  3. You are really hitting your stride.
  4. My friend/co-worker should really see this.
  5. I recognized it as your work immediately.

How do you cite an exhibition Catalogue in Chicago style?

Exhibition catalogue. Note Number. Author’s First and Last Names or Name of Organisation (if available), Title of Catalogue, edited by Editors First name and Last name (if available) (Place of Publication: Publisher’s Name, Date of Publication – if available), The words ‘Exhibition catalogue’, accessed date, URL.

How do you reference artwork?

Painting or Drawing

  1. To be made up of: Artist. Year (if available). Title of the work (in italics). Medium (in square brackets). Institution or collection that houses the work, followed by the city.
  2. In-text citation: Works by Dali (1958). are fascinating.
  3. Reference list: Dali, S. (1958) Madonna [Oil on canvas]. Tate Gallery, London.