Help with citations for articles and other text may be found in the box above. This link will take you to the handy OWL at Purdue site, specifically to information on how to cite works of art, reproductions in print media, and reproductions in online media:
The following link will bring you to a citation guide created by the Artstor database:
I created this guide to help you with art research. It's divided into 4 types of sources:
Whether you are looking for text or images, you should be able to find some great resources here. A great place to start is Oxford Art Online, which can be found on the library's site (www.bucks.edu/library) under Online Resources. This will provide an overview of your topic, images, and citations. If you need more information you'll probably want to check JSTOR or EBSCOhost. If you're looking for images, ARTstor is your best source. For really good websites, look in Oxford Reference. All of this will make a lot more sense after you spend some time with this research guide.
If you have any questions about where to look contact me or the library.
Check out this helpful video created by Bucks Librarian Amanda Clossen!