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HIAA0063 Food and Art in the Early Modern World

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Portrait of a woman wearing a hat and drinking tea.

Lilla Cabot Perry. A Cup of Tea. OIl on canvas, ca. 1900. Courtesy of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Citing art and architecture papers

The format used for art papers is usually either MLA or Chicago Manual of Style. For examples and explanations, below are some useful resources. For Brown Library books that can be checked out or read online, use this subject heading: "Bibliographical citations."

 

Photographic still life of Native American pottery.

Edward S. Curtis. Mohave Still Life. Photogravure, 1907. Courtesy of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Citation Managers at Brown

Brown supports several citation managers, including EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero. Please see this library page for descriptions. links, and comparisons of the software.

Help with Writing Papers

Your  librarian can help you with researching your paper, but what about the actual writing process?

For Brown Library books that can be checked out or read online, use this subject heading:

Art Criticism -- Authorship.

 

Still life of containers of cherries.

Levi Wells Prentice. Cherries in Bucket. Oil on canvas, 1890. Courtesy of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art..