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ARH 125 - Chase: MLA Style

MLA Style is typically used in the Humanities.  MLA generally recommends in-text citations that refer readers to a list of works cited.

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Citing Images with MLA

From TRINITY COLLEGE LIBRARY – Hartford, Connecticut

Citation Elements in order, Example:

  1. Artist’s name: Auguste Rodin
  2. Title of Work: The Thinker
  3. Date: 1880-1881
  4. Housing institution or collection: Cleveland Museum of Art

Proper Citation Format:

MLA citations are double-spaced and indented after the first line.

Rodin, Auguste. The Thinker. 1880-81, Cleveland Museum of Art.

**Note:If you reproduce images from either a print source or the Web, then acknowledge the original source by including its publication information. For example:

Rodin, Auguste. The Thinker. 1880-81, Cleveland Museum of Art. Rodin: the Shape of Genius, by

Ruth Butler, Yale UP, 1993, p. 4.

OR

Rodin, Auguste. The Thinker. 1880-81, Cleveland Museum of Art. Open ArtStor,

https://library.artstor.org/#/asset/24615662;prevRouteTS=1582749999667