The Citation Styles, Style Manuals, and Plagiarism Guide provides information on why you should cite your sources, plagiarism and how to avoid common mistakes, as well as a list of style manuals.
The Chicago Manual of Style. 16th ed.
Reference Desk Z253 .U69 2006,
A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations [Turabian]
Reference Desk LB369 .T8 1996
Turabian and the Chicago Manual of Style are often used by art historians in preparing their footnotes and bibliographies, but students should check with their professors to see which style manual is required for their course papers.
For suggested ways to cite Internet sources consistent with Turabian's style, see A Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities
Cite the artist's name, title in italics, the medium and support, the date, and the institution or individual who owns the work, the city, and, if needed for clarification, the state.
BASIC INFO NEEDED
Title of the work
Date is was created
Repository, museum, or owner
City or Country of origin
Dimensions of the work
Material or medium such as oil on canvas, marble, found objects
Some professors require that... If you found the image in a book that you inlcude the author, title, publisher information, date, and page, figure or plate number of the reproduction
If you found the image online that you inlcude an access date, the web site address (URL) and in some cases an image ID number.