Not in the way you mention because, I think.
Because a 'main picture' isn't very descriptive. It would likely be classified as a header and a picture, for example. And price and quantity aren't website elements, they're probably just text(boxes). And an add-to-cart-button is just a button.
If you're talking about elements you should separate the element and the function. Because an image can be many things; header, background, advertisement, illustration or screenshot to explain something, etcetera. Similar to how a plank can be either a table, a bench or even a wall.
But you can take a look at sites like:
and get a some idea of the basic elements. You'll note that some organizations do actually differentiate subcategories like menu-button and share-button, but those categorizations are far from universal.