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To cite an image or photograph that is a reproduction of a work of art your citation would begin with the name of the creator of the work when available:
Cooday, Jesse. "Self-Portrait." 1984. Eds. Encyclopedia of Native American Artists. Deborah Everett
and Elaine Zorn. Greenwood P, 2008. Plate 3.
A page number can be given instead of a plate number. The first date is the date of the image, the last is the publication date.
McNicoll, Helen. "The Open Door." 1913. "Impressions of Difference: The Painted Canvases of
Helen McNicoll." Art History, vol. 27, no.3, 2004, p. 212.
MLA Handbook, 8th edition