Your best citation format choice is the one assigned or requested by your instructor. If none was assigned, ask your instructor to recommend one. If it's entirely up to you, Chicago Documentation Style and MLA are the two formats most commonly used in scholarly writing in the arts & humanities:
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* Art Citation Guide: Getting Started Citing Images (from Florida International University)
* Chicago Manual of Style: 14.235
* An electronic source (including online images):
MLA Works Cited: Electronic Sources (from Purdue OWL)
* A primary source - film, photograph, etc.: (from the Library of Congress)
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