Image database for art and architecture.
TIP: using Advanced Search, you can
Here is the basic format you should use for citing an image from Artstor in MLA:
Thousand-armed, Thousand-eyed Guanyin. 943, painting, Musée national des Arts asiatiques - Guimet, Paris. Artstor, 5 Oct. 2016, http://0-library.artstor.org.fintel.roanoke.edu/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FDVNcStIKTY0KSU1dD0%3D&userId=hjBPeA%3D%3D&zoomparams=&fs=true.
Lastname, firstname. Title of work in italics. Year created, medium, institution that holds the object, location of institution. Database name in italics, day month year, link.
Find a book with an image? Scan it so that your classmates can view it and use this citation format.
Lastname, firstname. Title of work in italics. Year created, medium, institution that holds the object, location of institution. Lastname, firstname of author of the book. Title of the book. Publisher name, year.
You need to provide a brief annotation for each image you find. Include:
1 - source of image
2 - a brief description of the object: what it is, discovery site or similar information