I'm submitting to a conference with limited page space and need to fit my figures all on one page. The layout needs to look like the following: enter image description here

I've figured out how to turn a figure sideways, but I can't figure out how to specify to place the figures in a bottom right under the top fig and next to the sideways fig.

  • Do you need captions under each figure? – Herr K. Feb 13 '15 at 18:34

Since you do need captions for each figure, you can use subcaption and minipage to achieve the desired output.


\usepackage{mwe} % for images and lipsum



    \caption{Subfigure 1}
    \caption{Subfigure 2}
      \caption{Subfigure 3}
      \caption{Subfigure 4}
  \caption{Caption for all four figures}



enter image description here

  • this is great, but I do need captions for each one. Is there a reason I can't caption normally here? – jbbj94 Feb 13 '15 at 22:08
  • @jbbj94: Then you'll need to add the subcaption package. See my updated answer for details. – Herr K. Feb 13 '15 at 23:49
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    @jbbj94: Normally only one caption is allowed in each figure environment. To have multiple captions, you'll need to introduce the subfigure environment within a figure. Then the subcaption package will allow you to add subcaptions to each figure. – Herr K. Feb 13 '15 at 23:51

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