The images you include in your research must be captioned in MLA Style. Here are the basic elements. The first 6 relate specifically to the content of the image or illustration. If your image content is not a work of art, you may not need all 6. After identifying the content of the image, you need to identify the source, in other words: where you got the image from. Use the list on the left to identify images from a book. Use the list on the right to identify images from a web site.
Title of Book.
Author or editor.
Year of publication.
Page number, figure number or plate number.
Medium of reproduction.
Content information plus:
Title of Web Site.
Date of access (day, month, year).
<URL is optional>.
Picasso, Pablo. Homme au chapeau de paille et au cornet de glace. 1936. Oil on canvas. Musée Picasso, Paris. Web. 17 June 2011. <http://www.musee-picasso.fr>
Year of composition
Institution or private collection that houses the work