This is a combination of APA's advice for citing a work of art and citing a photograph.
Riemenschneider, T. (Sculptor). (ca. 1490-1500). Saint Jerome and the lion. [Photograph of sculpture]. Cleveland Museum of Art. Artstor. https://library.artstor.org/#/asset/ AMICO_CL_103799732
"Ca." (circa) preceding the date indicates that is an approximation. The medium of the art object is given in square brackets after the title.
Nucleus Medical Media. (2020). Facial and skull fractures [Digital image]. Smart Imagebase. Retrieved from https://ebsco- smartimagebase-com.chemeketa.idm.oclc.org /facial-and-skull-fractures/view-item?ItemID=82386
Purcell, A. (n.d.). Mastiff [Photograph]. Britannia ImageQuest. Retrieved from quest.eb.com/search/139_1909363/1 /139_1909363/cite
Gorrie, J. (Director). (1980). Twelfth Night, or, what you will [Film]. W. Shakespeare (Writer). BBC.
Note: When a work is found in a library database, no URL is needed..
Watson, M.A. (Producer). (2015). Paraphilias and paraphilic disorders: Clinical conversations for the human sexuality classroom [Film]. Films Media Group.