Whether you found an image for a paper or project through Google Images, a library database, or in a book, be sure to cite it properly. By citing your sources you avoid plagiarism and you give credit to the creator of the image, video, or text you are using.
When citing a digital image of an artwork or highly creative work, be aware that you need to cite both the physical object information and the digital image source. The basic information for an artwork image should include:
There are different styles used to cite images. These include APA, MLA, and Chicago (Turabian is a condensed version of Chicago). Ask your professor which style to use and then check out these links to learn how to cite using the appropriate style.