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Harvard Referencing

Guide to the style of Harvard referencing required by Doncaster College.

Original Art - Examples

Example of citation within the text

(Gormley, 2000)

Example of how the reference for this source should appear:

Gormley, A. (2000) One and other. [Sculpture]. Held at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Original Art - points to note

The following format should be used when referencing original art works:

Artist (year work was produced) Title. [Material type] Held at location of gallery/museum.

Points to Note.

Common material types are:ceramic, drawing, etching, linocut, lithograph, painting, photograph, sculpture.