How Do I Cite A Painting In Apa Style?


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Citing a “work of art” from an image database, for a bibliography in APA style. (A simplified adaptation).    Artist (last name, first name), artist’s role (in parentheses i.e. Artist, Architect). Date of work (in parentheses). Title (italicized), the work type in brackets [Painting, Cathedral, Chair], country or origin or city, and state, and repository.    Example:    Hopper, Edward (Artist). (1943). Hotel Lobby [Image of painting]. Indianapolis, Indiana; The Indianapolis Museum of Art. Retrieved August 23, 2006, from

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