Typically, when citing an image for scholarly work using either MLA, Chicago, APA or Turabian, you need to include the details from the artwork and the source in the citation. When formatting image citations, find the style guide you need on the left and follow the guidelines below:
Images, artwork, or photographs need to have proper citations in presentations, research papers, and publications. As scholars we want to acknowledge and support intellectual accessibility, data, and all scholarly work. Often, you can find the best sources from reading through other articles, bibliographies and citations. The more you cite the more others will be able to reference your research for continued scholarship.