Referencing: Image in a book

Images, art work, graphs and charts from books are not referenced in the same way as book chapters. In-text you need to mention the image or art work and the page number, but in the Bibliography you will need to reference the source (book, etc.) where you found the image, art work, etc.

FAMILY/SURNAME, Initials. (ed.) or (eds.)-in brackets for editor(s) (Year of publication – in brackets) Book Title – in italics. Series title and volume – if available. Edition – if not the first. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Bibliography example:
If you refer to an image in your work from a book, for example a photograph from the following book, you will need to reference the source (book) where the item can be found:

FISH, J. (2004). Photographs and Art. London: Fish and Sons.

In-text references to works of art, images, etc. in a book are highlighted in the text by italics or underlining the title of the work and following it with the (surname of the author, Year of Publication, p. – followed by page number where the image can be located – in brackets):

The photograph Night time by Bloggs in 2001 (Fish, 2004, p.67) shows…..  This was highlighted in Blogg’s Night time (Fish, 2004, p. 67).

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