A. Answer Answered By: Kate Covintree Last Updated: Sep 25, 2015 Views: 126
To cite a Work of Visual Art you need to be in the Advanced level of your citation style.
Once you choose Work of Visual Art from the drop down menu in Noodletools, fill out the information as needed.
Make sure and switch to where you found the image (database, website, digital file, etc).
Remember: If you are have downloaded a collection of images into a presentationfrom ARTStor and OR if you are using images from Britannica Image Quest, you don't need to cite these images in Noodletools. YOU DO NEED TO INCLUDE A STATEMENT LIKE THIS: “All images are from [Britannica Image Quest / ARTStor] and are rights-cleared for educational use. Any images not from this source are listed in the Bibliography” within your final work.
For help finding citation elements, take a look at this step by step guide provided by NoodleTools: