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Work of art reproduced in a print source

PIcasso, Pablo.  "Rectangular plate, man's head incised on black ground,"  ceramic, 1953.  (Museo de Ceramica de Barcelona.)  In Ceramics of Picasso by Georges Ramie, plate 80.  Barcelona:  Ediciones Poligrafia, 1985.

 

Work of art reproduced on a museum website

Wyeth, Andrew.  Rail Fence, watercolor and pencil on paper, 1950.  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.  http://www.hirshhorn.si.edu/search-results/?edan_search_value=wyeth%2C+andrew&edan_search_button=Search+Collection

 

Work of art reproduced in a print source

Elements of citation:

Artist’s last name, first name. "Title of art work," medium, date of art work.
          (Institution where art work is housed (if known), city where housed if
          not already named). In Title of printed source italicized, by Author of
          printed source, page or plate/figure/slide number. Place of publication:
          publisher, date.

Example: 

Cassatt, Mary. "Mother and Child," oil on canvas, c.1890. (Wichita Art
           Museum). In American Painting: 1560-1913, by John Pearce,
           slide 22. New York: McGraw, 1964.

 

Work of art reproduced in an electronic source

Elements of citation:

Artist’s last name, first name. Title of art work,  medium, date of art work
          (Institution where art work is housed (if known), city where housed if
          not already named). URL.

 

Example: 

Monet, Claude. Meadow with Haystacks at Giverny, oil on canvas, 1885
           (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston). http://www.artstor.org.

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