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Fig. #. Artist Name. (date). Title of work. [medium]. Location of artwork. city, state/country.
Fig. 4. Francisco de Goya. (1820-1823). Saturn Devouring One of his Sons. [mural painting transferred to canvas]. Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.
last name, first initial. (date). Title of work. [medium]. Location of artwork. city, state/country.
de Goya, F. (1820-1823). Saturn Devouring One of his Sons. [mural painting transferred to canvas]. Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.
Fig. number. Description or title of image. From Title of Book (p. xxx), by Author, year, Place of Publication: Publisher. Copyright [year] by the Name of Copyright Holder.
Fig. 1. Celebration of the Modern City. From Art History (p. 1058), by Umberto Boccioni, 1911, New York, NY: Harry N Abrams, Inc. Copyright  by M. Stockstad.
Artist or Author. (Year of image creation). Description or title of image [Image format]. Place artwork is located. From Author or Editor, Title of Book (pages). Location: Publisher, Year of book publication.
Boccioni, Umberto (1911). States of Mind: The Farewells [Oil on Canvas]. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. From M. Stockstad, Art History (p. 1058). New York, NY: Harry N Abrams, Inc., 1995.
Tennial, J. (1865). The Caterpillar. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Alice_05a-1116x1492.jpg
Captions under illustrations/ figures:
Creator (Last, First). (date). Title [medium]. Database. Retrieved from Web address.
Peters, J.L. (1872). Phrenological Waltzes [Print, Electronic resource]. Library of Congress: Music Division. Retrieved from https://www.loc.gov/item/sm1872.06931/.