Works Cited – Art Paper

PLEASE BE SURE to fill in the missing information depending on the articles you are using from the given books! If you use multile articles from the same book, you need a separate citation on the Works Cited page for each one. Be sure to alphabetize your citations by first letter/word.

Weintraub, Linda, Arhur Danto, and Thomas McEvilley. “Article Title.” Art on the Edge and Over: Searching for Art’s Meaning in Contemporary Society. Litchfield, CT: Art’s Insights, Inc., 1996.

Last name, First Name. “Article Title.” Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings. Ed. Kristine Stiles and Peter Selz. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996.

Kleiner, Fred S. and Christin J. Mamiya. Gardner’s Art Through the Ages: A Concise History. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth, 2006.

Balzac, Honore de. The Unknown Masterpiece. Trans. Richard Howard. New York: New York Review of Books,  2001.

Wilde, Oscar. “Preface.” The Picture of Dorian Gray. [Handout]

From Picasso to Pollock: Modern Art from the Guggenheim Museum.  New York: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2003.

Fleming, William. Arts and Ideas. 9th Ed. Fort Worth: Harcourt, Inc., 1995.

MLA citation format for a painting or other work of art:

Last Name, First Name. Title of Painting. Year. Museum Name, City.

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4 responses

    • Cite it as Jackson Pollock – then the title will be “Interview with William Wright,” with the rest of the citation for the Theories & Documents book. In parenthetical citations, just use Pollock’s name & the page number.

  1. I’m still confused on in-text citations, is this all i’d need: ”Dewfdiwejh ncdk” (Kleiner 326). If I was citing a quote from your Art Through The Ages book?

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