Answered By: Laurie Bastien
Last Updated: Jan 07, 2019     Views: 43

It's important to remember that the reason you create a reference list is to point your readers to the source you used to find your information. If you are citing a photograph or work of art that has been reproduced in a book, cite the book as a whole in the reference page. The artwork information is referenced as an in-text citation. For more information about citing works of visual art, see the links below.

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  • Copyright and Permissions

    Learn how to acknowledge copyright and obtain permission when reproducing or adapting copyrighted work, including when to acknowledge copyright, how to abide by principles of fair use, and how to reproduce material from the Internet.

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