MLA Style: Media - Images & Artwork

Image (from the Internet)

Components:

Author(s). "Image Title." Website or Container, publication date, URL.

Example:

Celis, Noel. "Plastic Items Float atop a Garbage-Filled Creek in Manila, Philippines, on May 12, 2018." The Atlantic, 5 June 2018, www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/06/the-theme-for-world-environment-day-2018-is-beat-plastic-pollution/562082/.

Graphic Representation of Data (graph, chart, table, etc.)

Components:

Author(s). "Graphic Representation of Data Title." Website or Container, publication date, URL.

Example:

Crockett, Zachary. "More People Are Sexually Assaulted in the US Each Year Than US Soldier Deaths in WWI, WWII, and the Vietnam War Combined." Vox, 24 Oct. 2016, www.vox.com/identities/2016/10/24/13352100/sexual-assault-america-charts.

Artwork (viewed online)

Components:

Author(s). Artwork Title. Publication date. Database or Website, URL.

Example:

Darger, Henry. We Will Slam Them with Our Wings. 1950-1970. Artstor, libproxy.howardcc.edu/login?url=https://library.artstor.org/asset/AAFOLKAIG_10313142568.

Artwork (viewed, in person, at a museum)

Components:

Author(s). Artwork Title. Publication date, Name of museum, Location of museum.

Example:

Thomas, Mickalene. Portrait of Mnonja. 2010, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.