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This guide is sourced from the Style Guide for Art History Essays and Theses by Dr David R. Marshall of the School of Culture and Communication.
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The style given here is based on those commonly used for exhibition catalogues. The essential feature is that every footnote reference, including the first, takes the short form (Smith 2000), and that this short form is used as a label in the bibliography. The formatting is a variant of the Cambridge style.

Art History citation style in Endnote: download the EndNote style file Exhibition Catalogue Style (for Art History) from Endnote styles.
You must enter footnote information in the Label field of the Endnote reference template:

  • Enter author and date in the following manner: Wittkower 1961
  • If there is more than one author, enter the names in one line separated by a comma.
  • Do not use the Label field of the Endnote reference template for other comments.

Example citations

Articles/Books/Catalogues

Internet (Web) sources

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