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Do you use quotation marks when writing names of paintings?


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Answered 2009-09-07 19:09:36

In MLA format, original paintings require either underlining or italics. See example:

Da Vinci, Leonardo. Mona Lisa. 1503-1506. Oil on wood. Louvre, Paris.

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