There are no rules in AGLC governing the citation of artwork. The structure below is based on the structure for citing audiovisual material.
Number Title of Work (Creator, Publisher or Repository, Day Month Year of Creation) <http://xxxxx>.
24 The Thinker (Auguste Rodin, Musee Rodin, 1902).
27 Hawaii's 'Gentle' Volcano More Dangerous than Thought (David Jordan, National Geographic, 2004) <http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/bigphotos/11587353.html>.
28 Haystacks, Midday (Claude Monet, National Gallery of Australia, 1890) <http://artsearch.nga.gov.au/Detail-LRG.cfm?IRN=29073&View-LRG>.
When a source is directly quoted in another work enter the reference as:
Full source, quoting Full source
Lorelle Burton, Drew Weston and Robin Kowalski, Psychology (Milton, 2nd ed, 2009), quoting J C Overholser, 'Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Social Phobia' (2002) 32 Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 125.
When a source is cited (or just mentioned) in another work enter the reference as:
Full source, cited in Full source
G E Schwartz, 'Personality and Health: An Integrative health Science Approach' in VP Makosky (ed), The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series: Vol 7 (American Psychological Association, 1987), cited in Lorelle Burton, Drew Weston and Robin Kowalski, Psychology (Milton, 2nd ed, 2009) 576.