Introduction to Visual Culture
Lichtenstein, Roy (1923-1997). As I Opened Fire Poaster. 1966. Offset lithograph on white wove paper. 64 x 52.7 cm (25 3/16 x 20 3/4 inches) (each panel). New York, USA. From: ARTstor, https://library.artstor.org/ (accessed on January 28, 2020).
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Best Databases for Images
Explore these databases for photographs, illuminated manuscripts, paintings, sculpture, and much more.
How to cite scholarly sources (books, articles, etc.)
A great resource for most frequently used citations (eg. Book with one author, Article in an online journal).
How to cite images/ photographs:
Images must be cited with creator, title, and date as available, but the nature of these sources requires that you also provide medium, dimensions, physical location, and where the image was accessed (book/ website):
Footnote/ endnote: 3. Firstname Lastname, Title, date, medium, height × width × depth (unit conversion), physical location, accessed from book/ website (date accessed, if website).
Bibliography/ references: Lastname, Firstname. Title. Date. Medium, height × width × depth (unit conversion). Physical location. Accessed from book/ website (date accessed, if website).
Rogier van der Weyden, Saint Catherine of Alexandria. 1430-1432, Diptych panel, 18.5 x 12 cm. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. Available from: ARTstor, http://www.artstor.org (accessed September 30. 2009).
Caravaggio, The Denial of Saint Peter. Early 15th century. Oil on canvas, 94 x 125.4 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. From: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, http://www.metmuseum.org (accessed September 29, 2009).
Alice Neel, Nancy and the Rubber Plant. 1975, Oil on canvas, 203.2 x 91.4 cm. The Estate of Alice Neel. From: Alice Neel. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000. Plate 64.
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These criteria can help you evaluate any materials, not just websites.
(If "CRAAP" is too silly for you, try "PARCA".)