Artstor is a complete online visual library with over 1.8 million images of art/architecture/and special collections material. These images come from museums, libraries, foundations, etc. Each image has information about the work and where it is from so that you can cite that image in your work.
Getting a free account through Pitt is quick and easy, all you have to do is register with your Pitt email.
Searching for images of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work:
To search for images using books you can search PittCat using search terms such as "art index," "index to reproductions" (of "art," of "sculpture," or of "paintings," etc), or search for the name of a specific exhibition or museum along with the keyword "index," refined to books only.
To do a reverse image search go to images.google.com. Click the camera icon within the search box and upload an image that you have saved to your computer. You can also do this search by dragging and dropping an image into the search box, or searching by the image's URL.
Citing images for term papers or other assignment is just as important as citing journal articles, books, or other sources.
First make sure to:
Basic Image Citation Format:
Title/Caption by Artist/Designer/Poster, via Source/Website (Copyright Statements/CC License)
For an actual work of art, not necessarily a reproduced image of that work of art:
Artist/Creator. Title. Date created. Owner/Repository, City. Source/Website. Web. Date retrieved. <URL>
For an image that is already published in a print or electronic publication:
Author/Artist/Creator. Title. City : Publisher, date published. Source/Website. Web. Date retrieved. <URL>
Your image citations can appear in your bibliography/works cited list, directly below the image as it appears in your paper, in the text, or as a caption added to the image if placing it in a digital context such as blog or digital book.