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Referencing Guide: Images

Information on standardised methods to give credit to the source of your ideas in your work.

Harvard - Images Examples

Images/Figures from books/journal articles

In-text citation

(Format)

 Figure 1. Image name/description (Artist/Owner, year, page number).

In-text citation

(Example)

 Figure 1. Changes in men’s and women’s marathon running times with advancing age (Tanaka &   Seals, 2016, p. 56).

Reference list

(Format)

 [Title of image/figure] year of publication, Journal Title, date and month of publication, page number.

Reference list

(Example)

 [Changes in men’s and women’s marathon running times with advancing age] 2016, Journal of   Physiology, January, p. 56.

Images from the web

In-text citation

(Format)

 Figure 1. Image name (Artist/Owner, year).

In-text citation

(Example)

 Figure 1. Malaria lifecycle (Center for Disease Control 2016).

Reference list

(Format)

 Artist/Owner last name, initial year, Title of work, format, viewed date, <URL>

Reference list

(Example)

 Centre for Disease Control 2016, Malaria lifecycle, Image, Viewed 11 November 2016,   <https://www.cdc.gov/malaria/images/graphs/life_cycle/malaria_lifecycle.gif>

Work of Art (paintings, sculptures etc.). Print or online.

In-text citation

(Format)

 Figure 1. Image name (Artist/Owner, year).

In-text citation

(Example)

 Figure 1. The Thinker (Rodin, 1902).

Reference list

(Format)

 Artist, A date of creation, Title of art , Publisher, Place of publication.

Reference list

(Example)

 Rodin,  A 1902, The thinker , Musee Rodin, Paris.

 The following is an example of an online work of art.

 Wyeth, A. (1948). Christina's world [Painting]. Retrieved from       http://www.moma.org/explore/collection/index