Design

Reference List: Images

​Every image you use that does not belong to you needs an entry in your Reference List.

 

a)   Image is part of a bigger work e.g. book chapter, journal article, web page

Use exactly the same format as if you were referencing the original source. For example, if the image comes from a book, use the same reference format as you would for a book. 

 

b)   Image is standalone and in hard copy

Template

Author/artist if known. (Year of work). Title of work [Medium]. Location of work : Institution/collection where the work is held.

Examples:

Lorrain, C. (1648). Pastoral Caprice with the Arch of Constantine [Painting]. London : Collection of the Duke of Westminster.

King, M. (2016). [Untitled photograph of the Vitra chairs]. Wellington, N.Z. : Artist’s own collection.  

NB: If the work has no title, simply include the word “Untitled” with a brief description of your own, all enclosed in square brackets.

 

c)   Image is standalone and online e.g. in an image library

Template

Author/artist if known. (Year of work). Title of work [Medium]. Retrieved from URL

Example

Owen, D. (2013). Configuring 3D printer at the National Library of New Zealand [Photograph].  Retrieved from http://natlib.govt.nz/records/34040484

NB: If the work has no title, simply include the word “Untitled” with a brief description of your own, all enclosed in square brackets.