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Copyright and Fair Use
Questions about copyright and/or fair use? Refer to these resources provided by the American Library Association:
Citing Primary Sources
It is important to give full credit to the creators and publishers of primary sources. For examples of some of the most common formats and types of primary sources, see the Library of Congress guide to citing in Chicago and MLA formats.
For more information on citations and formatting styles, refer to one of these resources:
How to Cite an Image
From the University of Cincinnati's Design School, this website outlines image citation for each citation style (MLA, APA, etc.).
Remember, you must cite images, just as you would a book or article. Refer to these resources for guidelines on how to cite an image.
MLA Citation Style @Purdue Owl
Scroll down to "Painting" to see examples of cited artwork in MLA style.
A research guide dedicated to visual literacy from UC Irvine, this page and its links provides some great information about copyright, attribution, and best practices for citing images.