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Turabian image citation

Documenting any source (beginning from book, journal, work of art and ending up with tweet) can be challenging, due to the variety of new electronic resources now available.  Many different style manuals exist CSE, ASA, AMA and others.  Listed above are several writing style available on free citation machine.  Make sure to consult your class instructor for the style appropriate for the particular course.

As a general rule, citing a visual sources such as paintings and other images in notes only, not in the bibliography, but contingent upon online image it has to be referenced in bibliography. An illustration number may be separated from the caption by a period or a space. Figure may be abbreviated or spelled out. Commonly Turabian format for mage citation requires artist’s name, title of work, medium, measurements and the institution which houses the work. Include the source the image came from preceded by a statement which declares the source (for example ‘In: ‘ or ‘Source: ‘ or ‘Available from: ‘).

Creating a proper citation within Turabian citation generator for image retrieved online follow given template:

  • Author;
  • Year;
  • Title;
  • Website address;
  • Accessed date;
  • Accessed month;
  • Accessed year.

In some cases, an image ID number might be needed. For more information you may consult Turabian citation guide.