Works designated as Creative Commons (CC0) do not require attribution or citation. Copyrighted content, content with proprietary rights, or that is otherwise restricted for limited non-commercial, educational, and personal uses should be cited including the URL "www.clevelandart.org" in addition to all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials. Citation of the CMA’s CC0 or restricted content does not imply endorsement by the CMA, nor does it grant permission to use the CMA’s trademarks without prior approval.
You may wish to cite images and data from the CMA's collections for educational and scholarly, or other publication purposes. Consult the CMA collection online or metadata associated with an object via the application programming interface (API) or data from the GitHub Repository for information that can be used for citations.
There are a variety of citation formats, but consider including:
Artist. Title. Date (year). Medium. Dimensions. The Cleveland Museum of Art. Credit Line. Accession Number. URL from www.clevelandart.org/
A Credit Line features of the name of individual or a group of contributors have been the source or donor of an artwork in the collection of The Cleveland Museum of Art.
An Accession Number is the CMA's official inventory number of record that is an artwork’s unique identifier in the collection. This number is helpful for identifying a work especially for study, research and publication purposes.