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|Cornell's Code of Academic Integrity covers images. It's important always to cite the work of others.|
There are many different ways to cite an image. On the left is one
image from an image database, cited according to just a few of
the standard formats.
It's important to check style guides to be sure you're citing images properly.
Here are some excellent guides that explain the finer subtleties:
And a comprehensive citation tool: Cite Source (Developed by Trinity College in Hartford, CT, developed through a CTW Mellon Grant for Information Literacy).
Here's the example it gives for citing artwork in the Chicago Style (pdf)