There are no set rules for citing works of art in APA style, but treating them as figures is easiest. Below are some guidelines for using image properly in APA style.
Image From an Electronic Source
|Figure Number. Artist/Creator's Last name, Initial. (date). Title. [materials]. Repository. Webpage Title. (Year, Month, day). Title of webpage. Retrieved from: URL. Credit line.|
Fig. 14. Model, L. (1949). Opera. [Gelatin silver print]. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Reed Digital Collections. Retrieved from: https://rdc.reed.edu/i/030e0385-3a84-4061-99d1-aa8f072cd006. © Estate of Lisette Model.
Image Found in a Print Source
|Figure Number. Artist/Creator's Last name, Initial. (date). Title. [materials]. Repository. Source Title (page) by Author, date, PublisherWebpage Title. (Year, Month, day). Credit line.|
Fig. 8. Warhol, Andy (1956) Young Man with Pears, [drawing], ink and pencil on paper, 17 x 20 inches. Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London, England. From Tallman, S. (1996). The contemporary print : From pre-pop to postmodern. London: Thames and Hudson. © Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.