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  • Aachen, Hans von (German, 1552–1616)
  • Aalto, Alvar (Finnish, 1898–1976)
  • Abakanowicz, Magdalena (Polish, born 1930)
  • Abbott, Berenice (American, 1898–1991)
  • Abondio, Antonio (Italian, 1538–1591)
  • Acconci, Vito (American, born 1940)
  • Achilles Painter (Meletos Painter) (Greek, active ca. 470–425 B.C.)
  • Adam, Robert (British, 1728–1792)
  • Adams, Ansel (American, 1902–1984)
  • Adams, Robert (American, born 1937)
  • Adamson, Robert (Scottish, 1821–1848)
  • Adhikari, Murari (Indian, 20th century)
  • Aelst, Pieter van, the Younger (Flemish, active 1509–55)
  • Affleck, Thomas (British, active in America, 1740–1795)
  • Africa, Central Africa
  • Africa, Eastern Africa
  • Africa, Egypt
  • Africa, Guinea Coast
  • Africa, Southern Africa
  • Africa, Sudan
  • Africa, Western and Central Sudan
  • Africa, Western North Africa
  • African Art
  • African Art, Central Africa, C-Group
  • African Art, Central Africa, Classical Kerma
  • African Art, Central Africa, Meroitic Period
  • African Art, Eastern Africa
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Amharic Art
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Beja Peoples
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Bongo People
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Karimoja Peoples
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Lasta Region
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Lozi Peoples
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Maasai Peoples
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Mahdist
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Somali People
  • African Art, Eastern Africa, Tutsi Peoples
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Malagasy People
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Nguni People
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Sakalava Culture
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Shona People
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Tsonga People
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Xhosa People
  • African Art, Southern Africa, Zulu People
  • African Art, Western Africa
  • African Art, Western Africa, Akan Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Baga Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Bamana Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Bamum Culture
  • African Art, Western Africa, Baule Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Bobo Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Boki Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Bozo Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Bwa Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Dogon Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Dan Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Edo Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Ejagham Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Esie
  • African Art, Western Africa, Ghanaian
  • African Art, Western Africa, Ghanaian, Ewe peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Lower Niger Bronze Industry
  • African Art, Western Africa, Malian
  • African Art, Western Africa, Mossi Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Owo-Yoruba Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Republic of Benin [Fon]
  • African Art, Western Africa, Sapi-Portuguese
  • African Art, Western Africa, Senufo Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Tellem Peoples
  • African Art, Western Africa, Yoruba Peoples
  • Agam, Yaacov (Israeli, born Palestine 1928)
  • Aguado, Onésipe (French, 1827–1894)
  • Aitken, Doug (American, born 1964)
  • Akrell, Carl Fredrik (Swedish, 1779–1868)
  • Albers, Josef (American, born Germany, 1888–1976)
  • Alberti, Leon Battista (Italian, 1406–1472)
  • Alcañiz, Miguel (or Alcanyis) (Spanish, Valencian, active by 1408, died after 1447)
  • Alechinsky, Pierre (Belgian, born 1927)
  • Alexander, James (1770–1870)
  • Alexander, John White (American, 1856–1915)
  • Algardi, Alessandro (Italian, 1598–1654)
  • Alkazzi, Basil (Kuwaiti, born 1938)
  • Allston, Washington (American, 1779–1843)
  • Alston, Charles Henry (American, 1907–1977)
  • al–Suhrawardi, Ahmad ibn (Iraqi, active ca. 1290–1320)
  • Altar
  • Altarpiece
  • Altdorfer, Albrecht (German, ca. 1480–1538)
  • Amastini, Niccolò (Italian, 1780–1851)
  • Amati, Andrea (Italian, Cremonese, ca. 1505–1578)
  • Amati, Nicolò (Italian, 1596–1684)
  • Ambasz, Emilio (Argentinian, born 1943)
  • Amber
  • American Art
  • American Art, Colonial Art
  • American Art, Colonial Art, Chinoiserie
  • American Art, Colonial Art, Folk Art
  • American Art, Colonial Art, Georgian
  • American Art, Colonial Art, Palladianism
  • American Art, Colonial Art, Queen Anne Style
  • American Art, Colonial Art, Rococo
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, American Barbizon School
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Chinoiserie
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Folk Art
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Gothic Revivalism
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Hudson River School
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Impressionism
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Luminism
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Neoclassicism
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Shaker Art
  • American Art, Nineteenth Century, Tonalism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Abstract Expressionism [Gestural Painting]
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Abstract Imagists
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Action Painting
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, American Scene Painting
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Ashcan School/The Eight
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Beat Movement
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Body Art
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Chicago School
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Color Field Painting
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Combines
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Expressionism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Functionalism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Group f/64
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Hard-Edge Painting
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Harlem Renaissance
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, International Style
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Minimalism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Op Art
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Performance Art
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Photojournalism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Photo-Secession
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Pictorialism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Pop Art
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Precisionism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Realism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Regionalism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Studio Craft Movement
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Surrealism
  • American Art, Twentieth Century, Ten American Painters [The Ten]
  • Americas, Andes
  • Americas, Central America
  • Americas, Maya Area
  • Americas, Mexico
  • Americas, North America
  • Amighi, Afruz (American, born Iran, 1974)
  • Amsterdam, Hans van (Low Countries, 's–Hertogenbosch, recorded 1535–65)
  • Amulet
  • Amykos Painter (Greek, active ca. 430–400 B.C.)
  • Anastasi, William (American, born 1933)
  • Anatsui, El (Ghanaian, b. 1944)
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Achaemenid
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Assyria, Middle Assyrian Style
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Assyria, Neo-Assyrian Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Assyria, Old Assyrian Trading Colony Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Babylonian Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Babylonian Period, Neo-Babylonian Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Babylonian Period, Old Babylonian Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age, Early Bronze Age
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age, Early Bronze Age, Akkadian
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age, Early Bronze Age, Early Dynastic Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age, Late Bronze Age
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age, Late Bronze Age, Hittite Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Bronze Age, Middle Bronze Age
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Chalcolithic Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Chalcolithic Period, Ubaid Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Chalcolithic Period, Uruk
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Elamite Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Hacilar I Type
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Harappan Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Iron Age
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Neolithic Period, Halaf Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Parthian Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Sasanian Period
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Seleucid
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Thraco-Geti Style
  • Ancient Near Eastern Art, Xiongnu
  • Ando Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858)
  • Andokides Painter (Greek, active ca. 530–515/10 B.C.)
  • Andreani, Andrea (Italian, Mantuan, 1558/59–1629)
  • Angelico, Fra (Guido di Pietro) (Italian, ca. 1390–1455)
  • Angrand, Charles (French, 1854–1926)
  • Animal, Aquatic
  • Animal, Bat
  • Animal, Bird
  • Animal, Camel
  • Animal, Canine
  • Animal, Elephant
  • Animal, Feline
  • Animal, Hoofed
  • Animal, Horse
  • Animal, Insect
  • Animal, Miscellaneous
  • Animal, Monkey
  • Animal, Mythological
  • Animal, Mythological, Dragon
  • Animal, Mythological, Griffin
  • Animal, Mythological, Mermaid/Merman
  • Animal, Mythological, Sphinx
  • Animal, Mythological, Unicorn
  • Animal, Rabbit
  • Animal, Serpent
  • Animal, Tortoise and Turtle
  • Annan, James Craig (Scottish, 1864–1946)
  • Anshutz, Thomas (American, 1851–1912)
  • Anthing, Johann Friedrich (German, 1753–1805)
  • Anthony, Edward (American, 1818–1888)
  • Anthony, Henry T. (American, 1814–1884)
  • Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi) (Italian, ca. 1460–1528)
  • Antonio del Massaro da Viterbo (Italian, ca. 1450–ca. 1516)
  • Apianus, Petrus (German, 1495–1552)
  • Apollonio di Giovanni di Tomaso (Italian, Florentine, ca. 1416–1465)
  • Appliances
  • Appliqué
  • APZ Painter (Greek, active ca. 330–ca. 320 B.C.)
  • Aqa Riza (Iranian, born ca. 1560, active until ca. 1621)
  • Aquila, Pietro (Italian, 1640–1692/1700)
  • Arad, Ron (Israeli, born 1951)
  • Arbus, Diane (American, 1923–1971)
  • Archaeology
  • Archaeology, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Archaeology, Asia
  • Archaeology, Europe
  • Archaeology, Mesoamerica/Mexico and Central America
  • Archaeology, North America
  • Archaeology, Oceania
  • Archaeology, South America
  • Archaeology, West Asia
  • Archidamos Sub–Group (Greek, active ca. 340–305 B.C.)
  • Architectural Elements, Church
  • Architectural Elements, Church, Europe
  • Architectural Elements, Church, North America
  • Architectural Elements, Church, West Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Classical Ruins
  • Architectural Elements, Funerary
  • Architectural Elements, Funerary, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Architectural Elements, Funerary, Europe
  • Architectural Elements, Funerary, South and Southeast Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Funerary, West Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Mosque
  • Architectural Elements, Mosque, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Architectural Elements, Mosque, Europe
  • Architectural Elements, Mosque, West Asia
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Abbey
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Apse
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Aqueduct
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Arch
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Blueprint
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Capital
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Cloister
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Column
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Corbel
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Dome
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Doorway/portal
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Façade
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Floor mosaic
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Frieze
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Lamp
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Lintel
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Loggia
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Mihrab
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Panel
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Pediment
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Pilaster
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Room
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Staircase
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Strut
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Tower
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Transept
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Tympanum
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Wall painting
  • Architectural Elements, organized by type, Window
  • Architectural Elements, Period Rooms
  • Architectural Elements, Period Rooms, East Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Period Rooms, Europe
  • Architectural Elements, Period Rooms, North America
  • Architectural Elements, Period Rooms, West Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Secular
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, Africa
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, East Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, Europe
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, North America
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, Oceania
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, South and Southeast Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Secular, West Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Temple
  • Architectural Elements, Temple, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Architectural Elements, Temple, East Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Temple, Europe
  • Architectural Elements, Temple, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Architectural Elements, Temple, South and Southeast Asia
  • Architectural Elements, Temple, West Asia
  • Aretino, Pietro (1492–1556)
  • Arikha, Avigdor (Israeli, born Romania, 1929–2010)
  • Armani, Giorgio (Italian, born 1934)
  • Arms and Armor
  • Arms and Armor, Arrowhead
  • Arms and Armor, Axe
  • Arms and Armor, Body Armor
  • Arms and Armor, Bow
  • Arms and Armor, Dagger or Knife
  • Arms and Armor, Ensign
  • Arms and Armor, Firearm
  • Arms and Armor, Helmet
  • Arms and Armor, Hilt
  • Arms and Armor, Horse Trappings
  • Arms and Armor, Lance
  • Arms and Armor, Shield
  • Arms and Armor, Spear
  • Arms and Armor, Sword
  • Art of the Americas
  • Art of the Americas, Andes
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Bahía
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Capulí
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Chavín
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Chimú
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Chorrera
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Inka
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Manteño
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Moche
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Muisca
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Nasca
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Paracas
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Quimbaya
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Sinú
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Tairona
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Tiwanaku
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Tolita/Tumaco
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Wari
  • Art of the Americas, Andes, Yotoco
  • Art of the Americas, Central America and the Caribbean, Atlantic Watershed
  • Art of the Americas, Central America and the Caribbean, Chiriquí
  • Art of the Americas, Central America and the Caribbean, Conte
  • Art of the Americas, Central America and the Caribbean, Guanacaste-Nicoya
  • Art of the Americas, Central America and the Caribbean, Taino
  • Art of the Americas, Central America and the Caribbean, Veraguas
  • Art of the Americas, Colonial Latin America
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Aztec
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Huastec
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Maya
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Mixtec
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Monte Albán
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Nayarit
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Olmec
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Remojadas
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Teotihuacan
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Tlatilco
  • Art of the Americas, Mexico, Veracruz
  • Art of the Americas, North America, Archaic Peoples
  • Art of the Americas, North America, Caddoan
  • Art of the Americas, North America, Casas Grandes
  • Art of the Americas, North America, Mimbres
  • Art of the Americas, North America, Mississippian
  • Art of the Americas, North America, Old Bering Sea
  • Ashby Painter (Greek, active ca. 500–480 B.C.)
  • Asia, Central and North Asia
  • Asia, China
  • Asia, Himalayan Region
  • Asia, Japan
  • Asia, Korea
  • Asia, South Asia
  • Asia, Southeast Asia
  • Asian Art
  • Asian Art, China
  • Asian Art, China, Five Dynasties Period
  • Asian Art, China, Han Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Liao Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Ming Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Modern Traditional Style
  • Asian Art, China, Period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties
  • Asian Art, China, Period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties, Northern Wei Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties, Sui Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Pottery Culture, Painted/Black
  • Asian Art, China, Qing Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Shang Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Song Dynasties
  • Asian Art, China, Song Dynasties, Northern Song Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Song Dynasties, Southern Song Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Tang Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Western Jin Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Yuan Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Zhou Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Zhou Dynasty, Eastern Zhou Dynasty
  • Asian Art, China, Zhou Dynasty, Eastern Zhou Dynasty, Spring and Autumn Period
  • Asian Art, China, Zhou Dynasty, Eastern Zhou Dynasty, Warring States
  • Asian Art, China, Zhou Dynasty, Western Zhou Dynasty
  • Asian Art, India
  • Asian Art, India, British Period
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Bihar
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Delhi-Agra Region
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Gupta Period
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Kashmir Kingdoms
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Kushan Period
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Madhya Pradesh
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Mathura
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Mauryan Period
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Mughal Dynasty
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Pala Period
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Shunga Period
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Solanki Dynasty
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Sultanate of Delhi
  • Asian Art, India, Northern India, Uttar Pradesh
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Andhra Pradesh
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Belur
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Chalukya Period
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Chola Period
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Hoysala Period
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Ikshvaku Period
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Pandya Period
  • Asian Art, India, Southern India, Tamil Nadu
  • Asian Art, Japan
  • Asian Art, Japan, Edo Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Edo Period, Ukiyo-e
  • Asian Art, Japan, Heian Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Heisei Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Jomon Culture
  • Asian Art, Japan, Kamakura Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Kano School
  • Asian Art, Japan, Kofun Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Meiji Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Momoyama Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Muromachi Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Nanbokucho Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Nara Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Rinpa Style
  • Asian Art, Japan, Shinto Art
  • Asian Art, Japan, Showa Period
  • Asian Art, Japan, Showa Period, Mingei
  • Asian Art, Japan, Yamato-e
  • Asian Art, Japan, Yayoi Culture
  • Asian Art, Korea, Goryeo Dynasty
  • Asian Art, Korea, Joseon Dynasty
  • Asian Art, Korea, Silla Kingdom
  • Asian Art, Korea, Three Kingdoms Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Afghanistan
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Afghanistan, Shahi Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Angkor Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Angkor Thom
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Bakheng
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Banteay Srei
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Baphuon Style
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Bayon Style
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Khmer Style
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Pre-Angkor Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Central Javanese Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Dongson Culture
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Eastern Javanese Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Kangra Style
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Majapahit Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Toba Batak Culture
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Malaysia
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Mongolia
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Nepal
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Nepal, Licchavi Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura Period
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Thailand
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Thailand, Ban Chiang Culture
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Thailand, Mon Styles
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Thailand, Peninsular Styles
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Thailand, Sukhothai
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Tibet
  • Asian Art, South and Southeast Asia, Vietnam
  • Associated Artists (New York City, 1883–1907)
  • Asteas (Greek, active ca. 350–320 B.C.)
  • Astrolabe
  • Astronomy
  • Atget, Eugène (French, 1857–1927)
  • Aubry, Charles Hippolyte (French, 1811–1877)
  • Austin, Josiah (American, 1719/20–1780)
  • Avedon, Richard (American, 1923–2004)
  • Avercamp, Hendrick (Dutch, Amsterdam 1585–1634 Kampen)
  • Bachiacca (Francesco d'Ubertino) (Italian, 1495–1557)
  • Bacot, Edmond (French, 1814–1875)
  • Badger, Joseph (American, 1708–1765)
  • Badovici, Jean (Romanian, 1893–1956)
  • Bada Shanren (Zhu Da) (Chinese, 1626–1705)
  • Bakst, Léon (Russian, 1866–1924)
  • Balchand (Indian, 1595–ca. 1650)
  • Baldung, Hans (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, 1484/85–1545)
  • Baldus, Édouard (French, born Prussia, 1813–1889)
  • Balenciaga, Cristobal (Spanish, 1895–1972)
  • Ball, Black & Co. (American, 1851–74)
  • Balthus (Balthasar Klossowski) (French, 1908–2001)
  • Baltimore Painter (Greek, active ca. 330–ca. 310 B.C.)
  • Bancker, Adrian (American, 1703–1772)
  • Banisadr, Ali (Iranian, born 1976)
  • Bapst, Germain (French, 1853–1921)
  • Baqir, Muhammad (active Iran, 1750s–60s)
  • Barbari, Jacopo de' (Italian, active by 1497–died by 1516)
  • Barnard, George N. (American, 1819–1902)
  • Barnett, Michael (English, 1763–1817)
  • Barocci, Federico (Italian, ca. 1535–1612)
  • Bartholomew, Edward Sheffield (American, 1822–1858)
  • Bartlett, Paul Wayland (American, 1865–1925)
  • Bartolini, Lorenzo (Italian, 1777–1850)
  • Bartolo di Fredi (Italian, Sienese, active by 1353, dated 1410)
  • Bartolomeo di Tommaso (Italian, Umbrian, active by 1425, died 1453/54)
  • Barye, Antoine–Louis (French, 1796–1875)
  • Basawan (Indian, active ca. 1556–1600)
  • Baselitz, Georg (German, born 1938)
  • Bassano Workshop (Italian and English, active 1530s–1650s)
  • Bassano, Jacopo (Jacopo da Ponte) (Italian, ca. 1510–1592)
  • Bastien–Lepage, Jules (French, 1848–1884)
  • Bastis Master (Greek, Active Mid 3rd Millennium)
  • Bathing
  • Batoni, Pompeo (Italian, 1708–1787)
  • Bayard, Hippolyte (French, 1801–1887)
  • Bayer, Herbert (American, born Austria, 1900–1985)
  • Bazille, Jean–Frédéric (French, 1841–1870)
  • Baziotes, William (American, 1912–1963)
  • Beads
  • Beall, Lester (American, 1903–1969)
  • Bearden, Romare (American, 1911–1988)
  • Beaux, Cecilia (American, 1855–1942)
  • Becher, Bernd (German, born 1931)
  • Becher, Hilla (German, born 1934)
  • Beckmann, Max (German, 1884–1950)
  • Beer, Jan de (Netherlandish, ca. 1475–1528)
  • Beham, Barthel (German, ca. 1502–1540)
  • Beham, Hans Sebald (German, 1500–1550)
  • Bell, William H. (American, 1830–1910)
  • Bella, Stefano della (Italian, Florentine, 1610–1664)
  • Bellange, Jacques (French, ca. 1575–1616)
  • Bellano, Bartolomeo (Italian, Paduan, 1437/38–1496/97)
  • Belle, Josias (French, 1628–1695)
  • Bellegambe, Jean (Netherlandish, active in France 1504–34)
  • Bellery–Desfontaines, Henri–Jules–Ferdinand (French, 1867–1910)
  • Bellini, Giovanni (Italian, Venetian, ca. 1429/34–1507)
  • Bellmer, Hans (German, born Poland, 1902–1975)
  • Bellocq, E.J. (American, 1873–1949)
  • Bellotto, Bernardo (Italian, 1722–1780)
  • Belter, John H. (American, born Germany, 1804–1863)
  • Benbridge, Henry (American, 1743–1812)
  • Benecke, Ernest (English, active France, 1817–1894)
  • Bening, Simon (Netherlandish, 1483/84–1561)
  • Bennett, John (American, born England, 1840–1907)
  • Bennett, William James (American, born England, 1787–1844)
  • Benson, Frank W. (American, 1862–1951)
  • Benton, Thomas Hart (American, 1889–1975)
  • Berain, Jean (French, 1640–1711)
  • Bergeron dit d'Argent, Isaac (French, recorded working 1649–94)
  • Bergognone (Ambrogio di Stefano da Fossano) (Italian, Milanese, active 1481–1522)
  • Berlin Painter (Greek, active ca. 500–475 B.C.)
  • Berlinghiero (Italian, Lucca, active by 1228, died by 1236)
  • Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (Italian, 1598–1680)
  • Bernini, Pietro (Italian, 1562–1629)
  • Bertelli, Pietro (Italian, Paduan, active late 16th–early 17th century)
  • Berthault, Louis Martin (French, active by 1785–died 1823)
  • Bertos, Francesco (Italian, 1678–1741)
  • Besnard, Paul–Albert (French, 1849–1934)
  • Beutmüller the Elder, Caspar (German, Nuremberg, active ca. 1590–1600)
  • Beveren, Mattheus van (Flemish, ca. 1630–1690)
  • Beyeren, Abraham van (Dutch, 1620/21–1690)
  • Bhavsar, Natvar (American, born India 1934)
  • Biagio d'Antonio (Italian, Florentine, active 1446–1516)
  • Bidermann, Samuel (German, 1540–1622)
  • Biederman, Charles (American, born 1906)
  • Biennais, Martin Guillaume (French, 1764–1843)
  • Bierstadt, Albert (American, born Germany, 1830–1902)
  • Bingham, George Caleb (American, 1811–1879)
  • Bischof, Werner (Swiss, 1916–1954)
  • Blachon, Joseph (French, recorded ca. 1725–35)
  • Black Fury Painter (Greek, active ca. 400–380 B.C.)
  • Black, James Wallace (American, 1825–1896)
  • Blake, William (British, 1757–1827)
  • Blanca, Oscar Tusquets (Spanish, born 1941)
  • Blanck, Jr., Jurian (American, baptized 1645–ca. 1714/15)
  • Blasse, Pierre, the Younger (French, active 1540–60)
  • Blechen, Karl (German, 1798–1840)
  • Bloemaert, Abraham (Netherlandish, 1566–1651)
  • Blondel, Georges Francois (French, 1730–after 1791)
  • Blume, Peter (American, born Russia, 1906–1992)
  • Boat
  • Bobillet, Etienne (Franco–Netherlandish, active in Bourges, 1453)
  • Bobinet, Charles (Swiss, 1610–1678)
  • Boccioni, Umberto (Italian, 1882–1916)
  • Böcklin, Arnold (Swiss, 1827–1901)
  • Boekhout, Thomas (Dutch, 1666–1715)
  • Boelen, Jacob (American, ca. 1657–1729/30)
  • Boetticher, Otto (American, ca. 1816–after 1864)
  • Böhm, Joseph (Austrian, 1786–ca. 1850)
  • Bohmann, Marie B. (American, active c. 1908)
  • Boisfrémont, Charles Boulanger de (French, 1773–1838)
  • Boizot, Louis Simon (French, 1743–1809)
  • Bologna, Niccolò di Giacomo da (Italian, active 1349–1403)
  • Bolotowsky, Ilya (American, 1907–1981)
  • Boltraffio, Giovanni Antonio (Italian, ca. 1467–1516)
  • Bompo Gyokuen (Japanese, 1348–after 1420)
  • Bonasone, Giulio (Italian, Bolognese, ca. 1510–after 1576)
  • Bone
  • Bonheur, Rosa (French, 1822–1899)
  • Bonifacio de' Pitati (Bonifacio Veronese) (Italian, 1487–1553)
  • Bonington, Richard Parkes (British, 1802–1828)
  • Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867–1947)
  • Bonsall, Isaac H. (American, 1833–1909)
  • Bontecou, Reed Brockway (American, 1824–1907)
  • Book, Cover
  • Book, Manuscript
  • Book, Manuscript, Buddhist
  • Book, Manuscript, Christian
  • Book, Manuscript, Hindu
  • Book, Manuscript, Islamic
  • Book, Manuscript, Jain
  • Book, Manuscript, Secular
  • Book, Pattern Book
  • Book, Printed
  • Book, Sketchbook
  • Booth, Peter (Australian, born England, 1940)
  • Borch, Gerard ter, the Younger (Dutch, 1617–1681)
  • Bordon, Paris (Italian, Venetian, 1500–1571)
  • Borglum, Solon Hannibal (American, 1868–1922)
  • Bos, Jacob (Netherlandish, born 's–Hertogenbosch, ca. 1520, flourished Rome ca. 1549–80)
  • Boston China Decorating Works (1860–ca. 1925)
  • Botero, Fernando (Colombian, born 1932)
  • Botnen, Isak N. (Norweigan, fl. 1750s)
  • Botticelli (Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi) (Italian, Florentine, 1444/45–1510)
  • Botticini, Francesco (Francesco di Giovanni) (Italian, Florentine, ca. 1446–1497)
  • Boucher, Francois (French, 1703–1770)
  • Boudin, Eugène (French, 1824–1898)
  • Bouguereau, William (French, 1825–1905)
  • Boulle, Andre–Charles (French, 1642–1732)
  • Boulogne, Valentin de (French, 1591–1632)
  • Boulton, Matthew (British, 1728–1809)
  • Bourdon, Sébastien (French, 1616–1671)
  • Bourke–White, Margaret (American, 1904–1971)
  • Bouts, Dieric (Netherlandish, active by 1457, died 1475)
  • Boyvin, Rene (French, ca. 1525–after 1580)
  • Bracquemond, Félix (French, 1833–1914)
  • Brady, Mathew B. (American, 1823?–1896)
  • Bramantino (Bartolomeo Suardi) (Italian, Bergamo [?], ca. 1465–1530 Milan)
  • Brancusi, Constantin (French, born Romania, 1876–1957)
  • Brandely, Jean (French, act. 1855–67)
  • Brandt, Bill (British, born Germany, 1904–1983)
  • Brandt, Marianne (German, 1893–1983)
  • Braque, Georges (French, 1882–1963)
  • Brassaï (Gyula Halász) (French, born Hungary, 1899–1984)
  • Braun, Adolphe (French, 1812–1877)
  • Brauner, Victor (Romanian, 1903–1966)
  • Bravo, Manuel Álvarez (Mexican, 1902–2002)
  • Breed, Mary (American, 1751–?)
  • Breenbergh, Bartholomeus (Dutch, 1598–1657)
  • Brekelenkam, Quirijn van (Dutch, after 1622–1669)
  • Breuer, Marcel (American, born Hungary, 1902–1981)
  • Briosco, Andrea, called Riccio (Italian, 1470–1532)
  • Briot, François (French, 1550–1616)
  • Briseis Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. 480 B.C.)
  • Broadwood, John (English, 1732–1812)
  • Brodovitch, Alexey (American, born Russia, 1898–1971)
  • Brongniart, Louise (1772–1845)
  • Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo di Mariano) (Italian, Florentine, 1503–1572)
  • Brouwer, Adriaen (Flemish, 1606?–1638)
  • Brown, Cecily (British, born 1969)
  • Brown, Henry Kirke (American, 1814–1886)
  • Brown, John George (American, born England, 1831–1913)
  • Bruegel, Pieter, the Elder (Netherlandish, ca. 1525–1569)
  • Brueghel the Elder, Jan (Flemish, 1568–1625)
  • Brueghel the Younger, Jan (Flemish, 1601–1678)
  • Brueghel, Abraham (Flemish, 1631–1697)
  • Brugghen, Hendrick ter (Dutch, 1588–1629)
  • Brunelleschi, Filippo (Italian, Florentine, 1377–1446)
  • Brunn, Samuel (English, 1795–1819)
  • Brychtová, Jaroslava (Czech, born 1924)
  • Brygos Painter (Greek, active ca. 490–470 B.C.)
  • Buckett, Anna (English, active mid–17th century)
  • Buehrmann, Elizabeth (American, 1886–1965)
  • Bunsen, Franz Peter (German, master 1754–95)
  • Burdett, Peter Perez (British, 1735–1793)
  • Burne–Jones, Sir Edward (British, 1833–1898)
  • Burr, Edward (American, active 1838–1868)
  • Burroughs, Edith Woodman (American, 1871–1916)
  • Burt, Benjamin (American, 1729–1805)
  • Burton, Harry (English, 1879–1940)
  • Bury, Pol (Belgian, 1922–2005)
  • Bustamante, Jean–Marc (French, born 1952)
  • Bustelli, Franz Anton (Swiss, 1723–1763)
  • Byzantine Art
  • Byzantine Art, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Byzantine Art, Avar
  • Byzantine Art, Early Byzantine Period
  • Byzantine Art, Europe
  • Byzantine Art, Visigothic
  • Byzantine Art, West Asia
  • Cabanel, Alexandre (French, 1823–1889)
  • cAbd al–cAziz
  • Cahusac, Sr., Thomas (British, 1714–1798)
  • Calandri, Filippo (active Florence, late 15th century)
  • Callahan, Harry (American, 1912–1999)
  • Calle, Sophie (French, born 1953)
  • Calligraphy
  • Calligraphy, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Calligraphy, Central and North Asia
  • Calligraphy, East Asia
  • Calligraphy, Europe
  • Calligraphy, South and Southeast Asia
  • Calligraphy, West Asia
  • Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895–1937)
  • Calverley, Charles (American, 1833–1914)
  • Camaldolese, Don Simone (Italian, active 1375–98)
  • Cambiaso, Luca (Italian, 1527–1585)
  • Cameron, Julia Margaret (British, 1815–1879)
  • Campagnola, Giulio (Italian, Paduan, 1482–1515)
  • Campanus, Johann Jacob (German, active Ulm 1620–40)
  • Campbell, Jim (American, born 1956)
  • Campin, Robert (South Netherlandish, active by 1406, died 1444)
  • Canaletto (Canal, Giovanni Antonio) (Italian, 1697–1768)
  • Canova, Antonio (Italian, 1757–1822)
  • Capa, Robert (American, born Hungary, 1913–1954)
  • Capodimonte Painter (Greek, active ca. 325–305 B.C.)
  • Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da (Italian, 1573–1610)
  • Cardin, Pierre (French, born 1922)
  • Carjat, Étienne (French, 1828–1906)
  • Carnevale, Fra (Bartolomeo di Giovanni Corradini) (Italian, Marchigian, active by 1445, died 1484)
  • Caro, Anthony (British, 1924–2013)
  • Carpaccio, Vittore (Italian, Venetian, 1460/66?–1525/26)
  • Carpeaux, Jean–Baptiste (French, 1827–1875)
  • Carpet
  • Carpi, Ugo da (Italian, ca. 1480–after 1525)
  • Carracci, Agostino (Italian, 1557–1602)
  • Carracci, Annibale (Italian, 1560–1609)
  • Carracci, Ludovico (Italian, Bolognese, 1555–1619)
  • Carriera, Rosalba (Italian, 1673–1757)
  • Carrier–Belleuse, Albert–Ernest (French, 1824–1887)
  • Carrière, Eugène (French, 1849–1906)
  • Carrington, Leonora (Mexican, born England, 1917–2011)
  • Carroll, Lewis (British, 1832–1898)
  • Carteron, Nicolas (French, 1694–1764)
  • Cartier–Bresson, Henri (French, 1908–2004)
  • Cartography
  • Carus, Carl Gustav (German, 1789–1869)
  • Casebere, James (American, born 1953)
  • Cashin, Bonnie (American, 1915–2000)
  • Cassatt, Mary (American, 1844–1926)
  • Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto (Il Grechetto) (Italian, 1609–1664)
  • Castiglione, Giuseppe (Italian, 1688–1766)
  • Cathedral
  • Catlett, Elizabeth (Mexican, born United States, 1915–2012)
  • Cavalli, Roberto (Italian, born 1940)
  • Ceracchi, Giuseppe (Italian, 1751–1802)
  • Ceramic
  • Ceramic Art Company (American, 1889–1906)
  • Ceramic, Burnished
  • Ceramic, Burnished, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Ceramic, Burnished, East Asia
  • Ceramic, Burnished, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Ceramic, Burnished, South America
  • Ceramic, Burnished, West Asia
  • Ceramic, Glazed
  • Ceramic, Glazed, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Ceramic, Glazed, Central and North Asia
  • Ceramic, Glazed, East Asia
  • Ceramic, Glazed, Europe
  • Ceramic, Glazed, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Ceramic, Glazed, North America
  • Ceramic, Glazed, South America
  • Ceramic, Glazed, South and Southeast Asia
  • Ceramic, Glazed, West Asia
  • Ceramic, Maiolica/Majolica
  • Ceramic, Maiolica/Majolica, Europe
  • Ceramic, Maiolica/Majolica, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Central and North Asia
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, East Asia
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, East Asia, China
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, East Asia, Japan
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, East Asia, Korea
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, France
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Europe, Low Countries
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, North America
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, South America
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, South and Southeast Asia
  • Ceramic, organized by culture, West Asia
  • Ceramic, Painted
  • Ceramic, Painted, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Ceramic, Painted, Central and North Asia
  • Ceramic, Painted, East Asia
  • Ceramic, Painted, Europe
  • Ceramic, Painted, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Ceramic, Painted, North America
  • Ceramic, Painted, South America
  • Ceramic, Painted, South and Southeast Asia
  • Ceramic, Painted, West Asia
  • Ceramic, Porcelain
  • Ceramic, Porcelain, Asia
  • Ceramic, Porcelain, Europe
  • Ceramic, Porcelain, North America
  • Ceramic, Unglazed
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, East Asia
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, Europe
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, North America
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, Oceania
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, South America
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, South and Southeast Asia
  • Ceramic, Unglazed, West Asia
  • Cesena, Peregrino da (Italian, active Bologna, ca. 1490–1520)
  • Cézanne, Paul (French, 1839–1906)
  • Chagall, Marc (French, born Russia, 1887–1985)
  • Chalayan, Hussein (British, born Cyprus, 1970)
  • Chambi, Martín (Peruvian, 1891–1973)
  • Chanel, Gabrielle "Coco" (French, 1883–1971)
  • Chaplet, Ernest (French, 1835–1909)
  • Chapman, Ceil (American, born 1912)
  • Chappuy, Nicholas (French, 1730–1781)
  • Chardin, Jean Siméon (French, 1699–1779)
  • Chariot
  • Charlesworth, Sarah (American, born 1947)
  • Chase, Anne (American, born 1709)
  • Chase, William Merritt (American, 1849–1916)
  • Chassériau, Théodore (French, 1819–1856)
  • Chaudet, Antoine Denis (French, 1763–1810)
  • Chauvassaignes, Franck–François–Genès (French, 1831–after 1900)
  • Chen Hongshou (Chinese, 1598–1652)
  • Chen Yanqing (Chinese, active 15th century)
  • Cherkaoui, Ahmed (Moroccan, 1934–1967)
  • Chevrier, André Augustin (French, active 1820–42)
  • Chickering, Jonas (American, 1798–1853)
  • Chikanobu Hashimoto (Japanese, 1838–1912)
  • Childbirth
  • Chippendale, Thomas (British, 1718–1779)
  • Choiselat, Marie–Charles–Isidore (French, 1815–1858)
  • Chôjirô, Tanaka (Japanese, 1516–?1592)
  • Chokha (Indian, active 1799–1825)
  • Christo (American, born Bulgaria, 1935)
  • Christus, Petrus (Netherlandish, active by 1444, died 1475/76)
  • Church, Frederic Edwin (American, 1826–1900)
  • Cigoli (Ludovico Cardi) (Italian, 1559–1613)
  • Cityscape
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, East Asia
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Europe
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Europe, Berlin
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Europe, London
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Europe, Paris
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Europe, Prague
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Europe, Venice
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, Mexico and Central America
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, North America
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, North America, New York City
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, South and Southeast Asia
  • Cityscape, organized by geography, West Asia
  • Cityscape, organized by medium
  • Cityscape, organized by medium, Collage
  • Cityscape, organized by medium, Drawing
  • Cityscape, organized by medium, Painting
  • Cityscape, organized by medium, Photograph
  • Cityscape, organized by medium, Print
  • Claesz, Pieter (Dutch, 1596/97–1660)
  • Clarkson, Elizabeth Van Horne (American, 1771–1852)
  • Class of the One–Handled Kantharoi
  • Clément, Jean (French, 1900–1949)
  • Cleve, Joos van (Netherlandish, ca. 1485–1540/41)
  • Cleyn, Franz (German, 1582–1658)
  • Clifford, Charles (British, 1821–1863)
  • Clock
  • Clodion, Claude Michel (French, 1738–1814)
  • Cloisonné
  • Clothing, organized by geography, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Clothing, organized by geography, Central and Northern Asia
  • Clothing, organized by geography, East Asia
  • Clothing, organized by geography, Europe
  • Clothing, organized by geography, North America
  • Clothing, organized by geography, Oceania
  • Clothing, organized by geography, South America
  • Clothing, organized by geography, South and Southeast Asia
  • Clothing, organized by geography, West Asia
  • Clothing, organized by type, Accessories
  • Clothing, organized by type, Chiton
  • Clothing, organized by type, Coat/Outerwear
  • Clothing, organized by type, Dress
  • Clothing, organized by type, Headwear
  • Clothing, organized by type, Kimono
  • Clothing, organized by type, Mantle
  • Clothing, organized by type, Other
  • Clothing, organized by type, Peplos
  • Clothing, organized by type, Shirt
  • Clothing, organized by type, Shoes
  • Clothing, organized by type, Suit
  • Clothing, organized by type, Swimwear
  • Clothing, organized by type, Tunic
  • Clothing, organized by type, Undergarments
  • Clothing, organized by wearer, Children's
  • Clothing, organized by wearer, Men's
  • Clothing, organized by wearer, Women's
  • Clouet, Jean (French, active by 1516, died 1540/41)
  • Coburn, Alvin Langdon (British, born American, 1882–1966)
  • Cochin, Charles Nicolas, II (French, 1715–1790)
  • Cock, Jan Wellens de (Netherlandish, ca. 1480–before 1527)
  • Coggeshall, Martha (Patty) (American, 1780–1797)
  • Cohen, John (American, born 1932)
  • Cole, Thomas (American, 1801–1848)
  • Coleman, Ruth Culver (American, no dates)
  • Colenbrander, T.A.C. (Theodoor Christiaan Adriaan) (Dutch, 1841–1930)
  • Collaert, Adriaen (Flemish, ca. 1560–1618)
  • Collaert, Hans (Flemish, 1571–1633)
  • Collages
  • Colman, Samuel (American, 1832–1920)
  • Colombo, Joe (Italian, 1930–1971)
  • Colón, Luis Angel (Puerto Rican, b. 20th century)
  • Colonna, Edward (German, 1862–1948)
  • Colt, Samuel (1814–1862)
  • Commes des Garçons (French, founded 1969)
  • Coney, John (American, 1655/56–1722)
  • Connor, Millsent (American, born 1789)
  • Conservation
  • Constable, John (British, 1776–1837)
  • Coper, Hans (British, born Germany, 1920–1981)
  • Copley, John Singleton (American, 1738–1815)
  • Cordier, Charles–Henri–Joseph (French, 1827–1905)
  • Coriolano, Bartolomeo (Italian, Bolognese, ca. 1599–ca. 1676)
  • Corneille de Lyon (Netherlandish, active by 1533, died 1575)
  • Cornelisz van Haarlem, Cornelis (Netherlandish, 1562–1638)
  • Cornu, Jean (French, 1650—1710)
  • Corot, Camille (French, 1796–1879)
  • Correggio (Antonio Allegri) (Italian, active by 1514–died 1534)
  • Cort, Cornelius (Flemish, ca. 1533–1578)
  • Cortese, Cristoforo (Italian, active ca. 1390–died before 1445)
  • Cortona, Pietro da (Italian, 1596–1669)
  • Costantini, Giovanni Battista (Italian, active 1615–28)
  • Cot, Pierre–Auguste (French, 1837–1883)
  • Courbet, Gustave (French, 1819–1877)
  • Courtois frères (French; active Paris, 19th century)
  • Cousin, Jean, the Elder (French, ca. 1490–ca. 1560)
  • Cox, James (English, ca. 1723–1800)
  • Coypel, Charles Antoine (French, 1694–1752)
  • Cozens, John Robert (British, 1752–1798)
  • Cozette, Michel Henri (French, 1754–1822)
  • CA Painter (Greek, active ca. 350–325 B.C.)
  • CA Painter (Greek, active ca. 350–325 B.C.)
  • Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (German, 1472–1553)
  • Crawford, Thomas (American, 1813?–1857)
  • Cristofori, Bartolomeo (Italian, 1655–1731)
  • Crivelli, Carlo (Italian, active by 1475–died 1495)
  • Cropsey, Jasper Francis (American, 1823–1900)
  • Cross, Henri–Edmond (Henri–Edmond Delacroix) (French, 1856–1910)
  • cUmar Aqtac (Central Asian, active late 14th–early 15th century)
  • Cummings, Thomas Seir (American, born England, 1804–1894)
  • Cuneiform
  • Curry, John Steuart (American, 1897–1946)
  • Cuvelier, Eugène (French, 1837–1900)
  • Cuyp, Aelbert (Dutch, 1620–1691)
  • Czapek, François (Swiss, born 1811, recorded 1839–65)
  • Daddi, Bernardo (Italian [Florence], active 1327–48)
  • Dagnan–Bouveret, Pascal Adolphe Jean (French, 1852–1929)
  • Daguerre, Louis Jacques Mandé (French, 1781–1851)
  • Dahl, Johan Christian (Norwegian, 1788–1857)
  • Dalí, Salvador (Spanish, 1904–1989)
  • d'Aligny, Théodore Caruelle (French, 1798–1871)
  • Dalpayrat, Pierre–Adriene (French, 1844–1910)
  • Danae Painter (Greek, ca. 450–420 B.C.)
  • Dance and Dancing
  • Daniel Cottier and Company (Glasgow, London, and New York, 1869–1915)
  • Danieli, Bartolomeo (Italian, active 1610–1643)
  • Dardel, Robert–Guillaume (French, 1749–1821)
  • Darius Painter (Greek, active ca. 340–330 B.C.)
  • d'Arras, Jean (French, active 1297–1307)
  • Dashwood, Susan Alice (English, active 1876–1900)
  • Daubigny, Charles–François (French, 1817–1878)
  • Daucher, Hans (German, Augsburg, ca. 1485–1538)
  • Daulat (Indian, active 1605–27)
  • Daumier, Honoré (French, 1808–1879)
  • Davent, Leon (French, actvie 1540–56)
  • David, Adolphe (French, 1828–1896)
  • David, Gerard (Netherlandish, ca. 1455–1523)
  • David, Giovanni (Italian, 1743–1790)
  • David, Jacques Louis (French, 1748–1825)
  • Davis, Alexander J. (American, 1803–1892)
  • Day, F. Holland (American, 1864–1933)
  • de Amaral, Olga (Colombian, born 1932)
  • de Boissieu, Jean Jacques (French, 1736–1810)
  • de Caus, Salomon (French, active in Germany, 1576?–1626)
  • de Champaigne, Philippe (French, 1602–1674)
  • de Chirico, Giorgio (Italian, 1888–1978)
  • de Frías, Joseph (Spanish, active c. 1775–1800)
  • de Kooning, Willem (American, born the Netherlands, 1904–1997)
  • De Launay, Alphonse (French, 1827–1906)
  • de Liege, Jean (Franco–Netherlandish, active in Paris, died 1381)
  • de Liège, Jean Varin (French, 1607–1672)
  • de La Tour, Maurice Quentin (French, 1704–1788)
  • De Metaale Pot Factory (Dutch, est. 1670)
  • de Meyer, Adolph (American, born France, 1868–1949)
  • De Morgan, William (British, 1839–1917)
  • de Moucheron, Isaac (Netherlandish, 1667–1744)
  • De Saint–Germain, Jean–Joseph (French, 1719–1791)
  • de Witte, Emanuel (Dutch, ca. 1616—1692)
  • de Zayas, Marius (Mexican, 1880–1961)
  • Dearle, John Henry (British, 1860–1932)
  • Death
  • Debucourt, Louis Philibert (French, 1755–1832)
  • Decamps, Alexandre–Gabriel (French, 1803–1860)
  • Deck, Joseph–Théodore (French, 1823–1891)
  • Defrance, Jean–Pierre (French, 1694–1768)
  • Degas, Edgar (French, 1834–1917)
  • del Buono, Mariano (Italian, Florentine(?), 1433/4–1504)
  • Delacroix, Eugène (French, 1798–1863)
  • Delaherche, Auguste (French, 1857–1940)
  • Delamotte, Philipe Henry (British, 1820–1889)
  • Delander, Nathaniel (English, recorded 1668/69, died ca. 1691 or before 1705)
  • Delâtre, Eugène (French, 1864–1938)
  • Delaune, Étienne (French, 1518/19–1583)
  • de'Levi, Giuseppe (Italian, active late 16th–17th century)
  • della Robbia, Andrea (Italian, 1435–1525)
  • della Robbia, Giovanni (Italian, Florentine, 1469–1529/30)
  • della Robbia, Girolamo (Italian, 1488–1566)
  • Delvaux, Paul (Belgian, 1897–1994)
  • Demachy, Robert (French, 1859–1936)
  • Demeny, Georges (French, 1850–1917)
  • Demuth, Charles (American, 1883–1935)
  • Denes, Agnes (American, born 1931)
  • Denis, Maurice (French, 1870–1943)
  • Dennis, Thomas (1638–1706)
  • Dente, Marco (Italian, active by 1515–died 1527)
  • Derain, André (French, 1880–1954)
  • Déruet, Claude (French, Nancy, ca. 1588–1660)
  • Desmalter, Georges–Alphonse Jacob (French, 1799–1870)
  • Desprez, Louis Jean (French, 1743–1804)
  • Develly, Jean–Charles (French, active, 1813–1847)
  • Dewing, Thomas Wilmer (American, 1851–1938)
  • Di Banco, Maso (Italian, Florentine, active 1320–46)
  • Dickinson, Anson (American, 1779–1852)
  • Dickinson, Preston (American, 1889–1930)
  • Didot, Pierre, the Elder (French, 1761–1853)
  • Diehl, Charles Guillaume (German, act. Paris, 1811–ca. 1885)
  • Dihl et Guérhard, Paris (1781–ca. 1824)
  • Dijkstra, Rineke (Dutch, born 1959)
  • Dijon, V. (French)
  • Diller, Burgoyne (American, 1906–1965)
  • Dior, Christian (French, 1905–1957)
  • Diosphos Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. ca. 500 B.C.)
  • Diptych
  • Disdéri, André–Adolphe–Eugène (French, 1819–1889)
  • Dix, Otto (German, 1891–1969)
  • Diziani, Gaspare (Italian, 1689–1767)
  • Da Messina, Antonello (Antonello di Giovanni d'Antonio) (Italian, Sicilian, born ca. 1430, died 1479)
  • Dodge, John Wood (American, 1807–1893)
  • Doetecum, Joannes van (Netherlandish)
  • Doetecum, Lucas van (Netherlandish)
  • Dokimasia Painter (Greek, ca. 500–475 B.C.)
  • Dolce & Gabbana (Italian, founded 1982)
  • Dolce, Lodovico (1508–1568)
  • Dolci, Carlo (Italian, 1616–1687)
  • Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) (Italian, Bolognese, 1581–1641)
  • Domenico del Barbiere (Italian, ca. 1506–ca. 1570)
  • Donatello (Italian, ca.1386–1466)
  • Dong Qichang (Chinese, 1555–1636)
  • Dong Yuan (Chinese, active 930s–60s)
  • Doré, Gustave (French, 1832–1883)
  • Dossi, Dosso (Giovanni de Lutero) (Italian, ca. 1486–1541/42)
  • Dou, Gerritt (Dutch, 1613–1675)
  • Douris (Greek, active 500–475 B.C.)
  • Dove, Arthur (American, 1880–1946)
  • Drawing, Chalk
  • Drawing, Charcoal
  • Drawing, Conte Crayon
  • Drawing, Crayon
  • Drawing, Gouache
  • Drawing, Graphite
  • Drawing, Ink
  • Drawing, Ink, East Asia
  • Drawing, Ink, Europe
  • Drawing, Ink, North America
  • Drawing, Ink, South and Southeast Asia
  • Drawing, Ink, West Asia
  • Drawing, Metalpoint
  • Drawing, Pastel
  • Drawing, Pencil
  • Drawing, Wash
  • Dresser, Christopher (British, 1834–1904)
  • Dreyfuss, Henry (American, 1904–1972)
  • Drian, Étienne (French, 1885–1961)
  • Drouais, François Hubert (French, 1727–1775)
  • Du Camp, Maxime (French, 1822–1894)
  • Dubois & Couturier (French, active before 1829–1837)
  • Dubost, Michel (French, 1879–1952)
  • Dubuffet, Jean (French, 1901–1985)
  • Duccio di Buoninsegna (Italian, Sienese, active ca. 1278–1318)
  • Duchamp, Marcel (French, 1887–1968)
  • Ducreux, Rose Adélaïde (French, 1761–1802)
  • Dufrène, Maurice (French, 1876–1955)
  • Dufy, Raoul (French, 1877–1953)
  • Dugourc, Jean Démosthène (French, 1749–1825)
  • Dunand, Jean (French, 1877–1942)
  • Duncan, Raymond (American, 1874–1966)
  • Dupas, Jean (French, 1882–1964)
  • Dupré, Guillaume (French, ca. 1574–1642)
  • Durand, Asher B. (American, 1796–1886)
  • Dürer, Albrecht (German, 1471–1528)
  • Duvet, Jean (French, 1485–after 1561)
  • Duyckinck, Evert (American, ca. 1620–ca. 1700)
  • Dwarf Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. 440—430 B.C.)
  • Dyck, Anthony van (Flemish, 1599–1641)
  • Eakins, Thomas (American, 1844–1916)
  • Eames, Charles (American, 1907–1978)
  • Earl, Ralph (American, 1751–1801)
  • East, Edward (English, 1602–1697)
  • Eberle, Abestenia Saint Leger (American, 1878–1942)
  • Eckersberg, Christoffer Wilhelm (Danish, 1783–1853)
  • Eddy, Oliver Tarbell (American, 1799–1868)
  • Edmonds, Francis William (American, 1806–1863)
  • Edwards II, John (British, active 1723–ca. 1753)
  • Edwards, Samuel (American, 1705–1762)
  • Eeckhout, Gerbrand van den (Dutch, 1621–1674)
  • Eggleston, William (American, born 1939)
  • Egyptian Art
  • Egyptian Art, 1st Intermediate Period
  • Egyptian Art, 1st Intermediate Period, Dynasty 11
  • Egyptian Art, 2nd Intermediate Period
  • Egyptian Art, 2nd Intermediate Period, Dynasties 15–17
  • Egyptian Art, 3rd Intermediate Period
  • Egyptian Art, 3rd Intermediate Period, Dynasties 21–24
  • Egyptian Art, 3rd Intermediate Period, Kushite Period, Dynasty 25
  • Egyptian Art, Amarna Art
  • Egyptian Art, Early Dynastic Period
  • Egyptian Art, Early Dynastic Period, Dynasties 1–2
  • Egyptian Art, Hellenistic Period
  • Egyptian Art, Late Dynasty XIX–3rd Intermediate Period
  • Egyptian Art, Late Period
  • Egyptian Art, Late Period, Dynasty 25
  • Egyptian Art, Late Period, Dynasty 26
  • Egyptian Art, Late Period, Dynasty 27
  • Egyptian Art, Late Period, Dynasty 30
  • Egyptian Art, Meroitic Art
  • Egyptian Art, Middle Kingdom
  • Egyptian Art, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 11
  • Egyptian Art, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12
  • Egyptian Art, New Kingdom
  • Egyptian Art, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18
  • Egyptian Art, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19
  • Egyptian Art, New Kingdom, Dynasty 20
  • Egyptian Art, Old Kingdom
  • Egyptian Art, Old Kingdom, Dynasties 5–6
  • Egyptian Art, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4
  • Egyptian Art, Pre-Dynastic Period
  • Egyptian Art, Pre-Dynastic Period, Late Naqada I–Early Naqada II
  • Egyptian Art, Ptolemaic Period
  • Egyptian Art, Roman Period
  • Ehrensvärd, Carl August (Swedish, 1745–1800)
  • El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos) (Greek, 1541–1614)
  • El Hanani, Jacob (Israeli, born Morocco 1947)
  • Ellis, William (British, 1794–1872)
  • Elmslie, George Grant (American, 1871–1952)
  • Elsheimer, Adam (German, 1578–1610)
  • Embriachi, Baldassare degli (Italian, active 1390–1409)
  • Embroidery
  • Embroidery, Central and North Asia
  • Embroidery, East Asia
  • Embroidery, Europe
  • Embroidery, North America
  • Embroidery, South and Southeast Asia
  • Embroidery, West Asia
  • Emerson, Peter Henry (British, born Cuba, 1856–1936)
  • Emmet, Rosina (American, 1854–1948)
  • Emmoser, Gerhard (Austrian, active 1556, died 1584)
  • Enamel
  • Engebrechtsz, Cornelis (Netherlandish, ca. 1461–1527)
  • Ensor, James (Belgian, 1860–1949)
  • Epiktetos (Greek, active ca. 520–490 B.C.)
  • Érard & Company (English and French, 18th and 19th centuries)
  • Eretria Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. 420 B.C.)
  • Ernst, Max (French, born Germany, 1891–1976)
  • Ertel, Giacomo (Jacob) (German, ca. 1646–1711)
  • Esherick, Wharton (American, 1887–1970)
  • Esposito, Giosue (Italian; active Naples, 19th century)
  • Eugene, Frank (American, 1865–1936)
  • Euphiletos Painter (Greek, active ca. 530–520 B.C.)
  • Euphronios (Greek, ca. 520–470 B.C.)
  • Europe
  • Europe, organized by geography, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Europe, organized by geography, Byzantium
  • Europe, organized by geography, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Europe, organized by geography, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Europe, organized by geography, France
  • Europe, organized by geography, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Europe, organized by geography, Iberian Peninsula
  • Europe, organized by geography, Italian Peninsula
  • Europe, organized by geography, Italian Peninsula, Central Italy (and Florence)
  • Europe, organized by geography, Italian Peninsula, Northern Italy (and Venice)
  • Europe, organized by geography, Italian Peninsula, Southern Italy (and Rome)
  • Europe, organized by geography, Low Countries
  • Europe, organized by period, Medieval Art
  • Europe, organized by period, Nineteenth-Century Art
  • Europe, organized by period, Renaissance Art
  • Europe, organized by period, Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Art
  • Europe, organized by period, Twentieth-Century Art
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Academic Painting
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Aestheticism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Barbizon School
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Biedermeier
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Decadent Movement
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Egyptian Revival
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Empire Style
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Gothic Revivalism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Impressionism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Intimisme
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Japonisme
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Les Nabis
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Nazarenes
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Neo-Impressionism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Orientalism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Peredvizhniki
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Pointillism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Realism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Romanticism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Symbolism
  • European Art in the Nineteenth Century, Victorian
  • European Art in the Renaissance
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Danube School
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Dutch and Flemish Renaissance Painting
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Early Netherlandish Style
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Florentine School
  • European Art in the Renaissance, High Renaissance
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Mannerism
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Northern Renaissance
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Palladianism
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Proto-Renaissance
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Quattrocento
  • European Art in the Renaissance, School of Fontainebleau
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Sienese School
  • European Art in the Renaissance, Venetian School
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Baroque
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, British Naturalism
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Chinoiserie
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Dutch Golden Age Painting
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Dutch Golden Age Painting, Delft School
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Grand Manner
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Neoclassicism
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Palladianism
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Queen Anne Style
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Rococo
  • European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, William and Mary Style
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Allianz
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Arbeitsrat fur Kunst
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Art Brut
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Art Deco
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Art Nouveau/Jugendstil
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Arts and Crafts Movement
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Avant-Garde
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Bauhaus
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Biomorphism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Body Art
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Constructivism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Cubism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Dada
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, De Stijl
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Der Blaue Reiter
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Deutscher Werkbund
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Die Brucke
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Edwardian Style
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Expressionism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Fauvism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Functionalism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Futurism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, International Style
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Metaphysical Painting
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Nouveau Realisme
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Op Art
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Orientalism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Performance Art
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Photojournalism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Post-Impressionism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Primitivism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Process Art
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Purism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Russian Avant-Garde
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, School of Paris
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Soviet Art
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Surrealism
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Tachism/Art Informel/Lyrical Abstraction
  • European Art in the Twentieth Century, Vienna Secession
  • Euxitheos (Greek, 6th century B.C.)
  • Evans, F.H. (British, 1853–1943)
  • Evans, Walker (American, 1903–1975)
  • Exekias (Greek, active 540–520 B.C.)
  • Exoticism
  • Eyck, Jan van (Netherlandish, ca. 1390–1441)
  • Fabergé, Carl (Russian, active 1882–1917)
  • Faccioli, Girolamo (Italian, active Bologna by 1539, d. 1574)
  • Facsimile
  • Faience
  • Faience Manufacturing Company (American, 1881–1892)
  • Fairchild, Lizzie M. (American, dates unknown)
  • Falda, Giovanni Battista (Italian, ca. 1640–1678)
  • Falize, Lucien (French, 1839–1897)
  • Fang Congyi (Chinese, ca. 1301–after 1378)
  • Fantuzzi, Antonio (Italian, Bolognese, active at Fontainebleau 1537–45)
  • Farkh ibn cAbd al–Latif (Syrian, active early 14th century)
  • Farmanfarmaian, Monir Shahroudy (Iranian, born 1924)
  • Fath, Jacques (French, 1912–1954)
  • Faurer, Louis (American, 1916–2001)
  • Feathers
  • Fei, Paolo di Giovanni (Italian, active by 1369–died 1411)
  • Feininger, T. Lux (American, born Germany, 1910–2011)
  • Feke, Robert (American, 1707–1752)
  • Felice, Simone (Italian, 17th century)
  • Fenton, Roger (British, 1819–1869)
  • Feodorovna, Maria (Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna) (Russian, born Denmark, 1847–1928)
  • Ferragamo, Salvatore (Italian, 1898–1960)
  • Ferrer, Rafael (American, born Puerto Rico 1933)
  • Fetti, Domenico (Italian, 1591/92–1623)
  • Field, Erastus Salisbury (American, 1805–1900)
  • Figure, Abstract
  • Figure, Allegorical
  • Figure, Anthropomorph
  • Figure, Biblical
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Adam and Eve
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Esther
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Joseph
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Joshua
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Judas Maccabeus
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Judith
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, King David
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Other
  • Figure, Biblical, Hebrew Scriptures, Samson
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Adoration of the Magi
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Adoration of the Shepherds
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Annunciation
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Apocalypse
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Baptism of Christ
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Christ
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Crucifixion
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Daniel and the Lion
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Deposition from the Cross
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Evangelists
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Holy Family
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Lamentation
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, The Last Supper
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Madonna and Child
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Nativity
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Other
  • Figure, Biblical, New Testament, Virgin Mary
  • Figure, Child
  • Figure, Christ
  • Figure, Couples
  • Figure, Deity
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Bodhisattva
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Bodhisattva, Avalokiteshvara
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Bodhisattva, Kshitigarbha
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Bodhisattva, Maitreya
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Bodhisattva, Manjushri
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Bodhisattva, Vajrapani
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Buddha
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Buddha, Akshobhya
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Buddha, Amitabha
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Buddha, Amoghasiddhi
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Buddha, Shakyamuni
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Buddha, Vairochana
  • Figure, Deity, Buddhist, Other
  • Figure, Deity, Daoist
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Amun
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Anubis
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Bes
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Hathor
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Horus
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Isis
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Osiris
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Other
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Sekhmet
  • Figure, Deity, Egyptian, Taweret
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Adonis
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Aphrodite/Venus
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Apollo
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Ares/Mars
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Artemis/Diana
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Athena/Minerva
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Dionysus/Bacchus
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Eros/Cupid
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Hecate/Trivia
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Herakles/Hercules
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Hermes/Mercury
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Nike/Victory
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Other
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Poseidon/Neptune
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Theseus
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Triton
  • Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Zeus/Jupiter
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Brahma
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Durga
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Ganesha
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Krishna
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Other
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Pavarti
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Shiva
  • Figure, Deity, Hindu, Vishnu
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, East Asia
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, Europe
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, Oceania
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, South America
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, South and Southeast Asia
  • Figure, Deity, Indigenous Religions, West Asia
  • Figure, Deity, Jain
  • Figure, Deity, Shinto
  • Figure, Mother and Child
  • Figure, Muhammad
  • Figure, Mythological
  • Figure, Mythological, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Figure, Mythological, East Asia
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Aeneas
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Amazons
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Ariadne
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Maenad
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Medusa
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Norse Myths
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Nymph
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Orpheus
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Other
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Paris
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Psyche
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Satyr
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Silenus
  • Figure, Mythological, Europe, Trojan War Figures
  • Figure, Mythological, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Figure, Mythological, North America
  • Figure, Mythological, Oceania
  • Figure, Mythological, South America
  • Figure, Mythological, South and Southeast Asia
  • Figure, Mythological, West Asia
  • Figure, Religious
  • Figure, Religious, Africa
  • Figure, Religious, Africa, Egypt and Western North Africa
  • Figure, Religious, Central and North Asia
  • Figure, Religious, East Asia
  • Figure, Religious, East Asia, China
  • Figure, Religious, East Asia, Japan
  • Figure, Religious, Europe
  • Figure, Religious, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Figure, Religious, Europe, Central Europe
  • Figure, Religious, Europe, France
  • Figure, Religious, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Figure, Religious, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Figure, Religious, Europe, Low Countries
  • Figure, Religious, South America
  • Figure, Religious, South and Southeast Asia
  • Figure, Ruler
  • Figure, Ruler, Africa
  • Figure, Ruler, Africa, Egypt
  • Figure, Ruler, Central and North Asia
  • Figure, Ruler, East Asia
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, Ancient Greece
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, Ancient Rome
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, France
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, Italy
  • Figure, Ruler, Europe, Spain
  • Figure, Ruler, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Figure, Ruler, North America
  • Figure, Ruler, South America
  • Figure, Ruler, South and Southeast Asia
  • Figure, Ruler, West Asia
  • Figure, Saint
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, France
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, Europe, Low Countries
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, South and Southeast Asia
  • Figure, Saint, organized by geography, West Asia
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Aemilian
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Agatha
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Andrew
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Anne
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Ansanus
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Anthony
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Augustine
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Barbara
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Benedict
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Bernard
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Catherine
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Cecilia
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Christopher
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Clare
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Demetrios
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Eligius
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Francesca Romana
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Francis of Assisi
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, George
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, James
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Jerome
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, John the Baptist
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, John the Evangelist
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Lawrence
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Leonard
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Louis
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Lucy
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Mark
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Martial
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Mary Magdalene
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Michael
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Nicholas
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Other
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Paul
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Peter
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Peter Martyr
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Sinibaldus
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Thomas
  • Figure, Saint, organized by name, Thomas Becket
  • Figure, Secular
  • Figure, Secular, Artist
  • Figure, Secular, Athlete
  • Figure, Secular, Grotesque
  • Figure, Secular, Musician
  • Figure, Secular, Nude
  • Figure, Secular, Patron
  • Figure, Warrior
  • Filarete (Antonio di Pietro Averlino) (Italian, ca. 1400–ca. 1469)
  • Finelli, Giuliano (Italian, ca. 1601–1657)
  • Fitch, Julia Ann (American, 1791–?)
  • Fitzgibbon, John (American, 1816–1882)
  • Flandes, Juan de (Netherlandish, active by 1496–died 1519)
  • Flaxman, John (British, 1755–1826)
  • Flegel, Georg (German, 1566–1638)
  • Fletcher, Thomas (American, 1787–1866)
  • Floral Motif
  • Floral Motif, Book
  • Floral Motif, Ceramic
  • Floral Motif, Drawing
  • Floral Motif, Faience
  • Floral Motif, Glass
  • Floral Motif, Ivory
  • Floral Motif, Jewelry
  • Floral Motif, Lacquer
  • Floral Motif, Metalwork
  • Floral Motif, Mosaic
  • Floral Motif, Painting
  • Floral Motif, Photography
  • Floral Motif, Porcelain
  • Floral Motif, Print
  • Floral Motif, Sculpture
  • Floral Motif, Stone
  • Floral Motif, Stucco
  • Floral Motif, Textile
  • Floral Motif, Vessel
  • Floral Motif, Wood
  • Flotner, Peter (German, Nuremberg, ca. 1485–1546)
  • Fogarty, Anne (American, 1919–1980)
  • Foggini, Giovanni Battista (Italian, 1652–1725)
  • Fontaine, Pierre François Léonard (French, 1762–1852)
  • Fontana, Annibale (Italian, Milanese, 1504–1587)
  • Fontana, Lavinia (Italian, 1552–1614)
  • Fontana, Orazio (Italian. ca. 1510–1576)
  • Fontenay, Eugène (French, 1823–1887)
  • Food and Feasting
  • Forbes, John W. (American, 1781–1864)
  • Ford, Tom (American, born 1961)
  • Forfaict the Elder, Nicolas (French, recorded 1573–1619)
  • Fortuny, Mariano (Spanish, 1871–1949)
  • Foster, Norman (British, born 1935)
  • Fothergill, John (English, ca. 1700–1782)
  • Found Materials
  • Fountain
  • Fouquet, Georges (French, 1862–1957)
  • Fouquet, Jean (French, ca. 1425–ca. 1478)
  • Fan Qi (Chinese, 1616–after 1694)
  • Fragonard, Jean Honoré (French, 1732–1806)
  • Franceschini, Baldassare (Il Volterrano) (Italian, 1611–1690)
  • Franciabigio (Francesco di Cristofano) (Italian, Florentine, 1484–1525)
  • Francis, Francesco (Italian, Bolognese, ca. 1447–1517)
  • Franco, Giacomo (Venetian, 1550–1620)
  • Frank, Robert (American, born Switzerland, 1924)
  • Fraser, James Earle (American, 1876–1953)
  • Frémiet, Emmanuel (French, 1824–1910)
  • Fréminet, Martin (French, 1567–1619)
  • French, Daniel Chester (American, 1850–1931)
  • Fresnaye, Roger de la (French, 1885–1925)
  • Freud, Lucian (British, born Germany, 1922–2011)
  • Frezzi, Federico (ca. 1346–1416)
  • Friedlander, Lee (American, born 1934)
  • Friedman, Tom (American, born 1965)
  • Friedrich, Caspar David (German, 1774–1840)
  • Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney (American, 1880–1980)
  • Frye, Thomas (Irish, 1710–1762)
  • Fu Baoshi (Chinese, 1904–1965)
  • Fueter, Daniel Christian (American, 1720–1785)
  • Fulton, Robert (American, 1765–1815)
  • Fumo, Gaetano (Italian, active 1737–1759)
  • Funerary Art
  • Funerary Art, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Funerary Art, East Asia
  • Funerary Art, Europe
  • Funerary Art, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Funerary Art, North America
  • Funerary Art, Oceania
  • Funerary Art, South America
  • Funerary Art, South and Southeast Asia
  • Funerary Art, West Asia
  • Furniture
  • Furniture, Adornment for
  • Furniture, Bed
  • Furniture, Book Stand
  • Furniture, Brazier
  • Furniture, Cabinet
  • Furniture, Chair
  • Furniture, Chest
  • Furniture, Commode
  • Furniture, Couch
  • Furniture, Desk
  • Furniture, Finial
  • Furniture, Fireplace
  • Furniture, Headrest
  • Furniture, Kast
  • Furniture, Lamp
  • Furniture, Screen
  • Furniture, Stool
  • Furniture, Stove
  • Furniture, Support
  • Furniture, Table
  • Furniture, Wardrobe
  • Furttenbach, Joseph, the Elder (German, 1591–1667)
  • Fuseli, Henry (Swiss, 1741–1825)
  • Fyt, Jan (Flemish, 1611–1661)
  • Gabriel, Ange Jacques (French, 1698–1782)
  • Gaddi, Taddeo (Italian, Florentine, active by 1334, died 1366)
  • Gaertner, Eduard (German, 1801–1877)
  • Gainsborough, Thomas (British, 1727–1788)
  • Galitzine, Irene (Italian, born Russia, 1916)
  • Gallagher, Ellen (American, born Providence, Rhode Island 1965)
  • Gallé, Émile (French, 1846–1904)
  • Galle, Theodor (Flemish, 1571–1633)
  • Galner, Sara (American, born Galicia [Ukraine], 1894–1982)
  • Games
  • Gandolfi, Gaetano (Italian, Bolognese, 1734–1802)
  • Gandolfi, Ubaldo (Italian, 1728–1781)
  • Gao Cen (Chinese, active 1643–after 1682)
  • Garden
  • Gardiner, Sidney (American, 1787–1827)
  • Gardner, Alexander (American, 1821–1882)
  • Gardner, Caleb (American, died 1761)
  • Garofalo (Benvenuto Tisi da Garofalo) (Italian, 1481–1559)
  • Garthwaite, Anna Maria (British, 1690–1763)
  • Gauguin, Paul (French, 1848–1903)
  • Gautier–Dagoty, Jacques–Fabien (French, 1710–1781)
  • Geddes, Norman Bel (American, 1893–1958)
  • Gegenreiner, Franz Xaver (German, master clockmaker in 1770)
  • Gehry, Frank (American, born 1929)
  • Genre Scenes
  • Genre Scenes, Central and North Asia
  • Genre Scenes, East Asia
  • Genre Scenes, Europe
  • Genre Scenes, North America
  • Genre Scenes, South and Southeast Asia
  • Genthe, Arnold (American, born Germany, 1869–1942)
  • Gentileschi, Artemisia (Italian, 1593–1651/53)
  • George A. Shastey and Company (American, established ca. 1869)
  • Gérard, François, called Baron Gérard (French, 1770–1837)
  • Gérard, Marguerite (French, 1761–1837)
  • Gericault, Théodore (French, 1791–1824)
  • Gernreich, Rudi (American, born Austria, 1922–1985)
  • Gérôme, Jean–Léon (French, 1824–1904)
  • Gevers, Johann Valentin (German, ca. 1662–1737)
  • Gheraducci, Don Silvestro de' (Italian, Florentine, 1339–1399)
  • Gheyn, Jacques de, II (Netherlandish, 1565–1629)
  • Ghiberti, Lorenzo (Italian, Florentine, 1378–1455)
  • Ghirlandaio, Domenico (Domenico di Tommaso Curradi di Doffo Bigordi) (Italian, Florentine, 1449–1494)
  • Giacometti, Alberto (Swiss, 1901–1966)
  • Giambologna (Netherlandish, 1529–1608)
  • Giambono, Michele (Italian, Venetian, 1420–1462)
  • Giampietrino (Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli) (Italian, active by ca. 1495, died 1549)
  • Giardini, Giovanni (Italian, 1646–1722)
  • Gibran, Khalil (Lebanese, 1883–1931)
  • Gifford, Sanford Robinson (American, 1823–1880)
  • Gilbert and George (Proesch, Gilbert, British, born Italy 1943; Passmore, George, British, born 1942)
  • Gillot, Claude (French, 1673–1722)
  • Giordano, Luca (Italian, 1634–1705)
  • Giotto di Bondone (Italian, Florentine, 1266/76–1337)
  • Giovanni (Gian) Jacopo (Giacomo) Caraglio (Italian, ca. 1500/1505–1565)
  • Giovanni Ambrogio de Predis (Italian, active by 1472, died after 1508)
  • Giovanni di Balduccio (Italian, Tuscan, Bolognese, Milanese, active 1318–49)
  • Giovanni di Bartolommeo Cristiani (Italian, Florentine, active 1367–98)
  • Giovanni di Paolo (Giovanni di Paolo di Grazia) (Italian, Sienese, 1398–1482)
  • Giovanni di Ser Giovanni (called Lo Scheggia) (Italian, Florentine, 1406–1486)
  • Girodet–Trioson, Anne–Louis (French, 1767–1824)
  • Girolamo dai Libri (Italian, Veronese, 1474–1555)
  • Girolamo da Cremona (Italian, active 1451–83)
  • Girometti, Giuseppe (Italian, 1780–1851)
  • Girtin, Thomas (British, 1775–1802)
  • Giuliano da Maiano (Italian, 1432–1490)
  • Giusti, Pietro (Italian, 1822–1878)
  • Givenchy, Hubert de (French, born 1927)
  • Glackens, William James (American, 1870–1938)
  • Glarner, Fritz (American, born Switzerland, 1899–1972)
  • Glass
  • Glass, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Glass, East Asia
  • Glass, Europe
  • Glass, North America
  • Glass, South and Southeast Asia
  • Glass, West Asia
  • Gober, Robert (American, born 1954)
  • Godwin, Edward William (British, 1833–1886)
  • Gogh, Vincent van (Dutch, 1853–1890)
  • Goldin, Nan (American, born 1953)
  • Goldstein, Ida (American, born 1894)
  • Gole, Pierre (Dutch, active in France, ca. 1620–1684)
  • Goltzius, Hendrick (Netherlandish, 1558–1617)
  • Gong Xian (Chinese, 1619–1689)
  • Gonzalez–Torres, Felix (American, born Cuba, 1957–1996)
  • Goodall, Thomas Frederick (British, 1857–1944)
  • Goodridge, Sarah (American, 1788–1835)
  • Gorham Manufacturing Company (American, established 1831)
  • Gorky, Arshile (American, born Armenia, 1904–1948)
  • Gossart, Jan (Netherlandish, ca. 1478–1532)
  • Goto Teijo (Japanese, 1603–1673)
  • Goujon, Jean (French, ca. 1510–ca. 1565)
  • Gould, Nathaniel (American, 1734–1782)
  • Goullons, Jacques (French, active 1626–died 1671)
  • Govardhan (active ca. 1596–1645)
  • Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de (Spanish, 1746–1828)
  • Graf, Conrad (Viennese, 1782–1851)
  • Graf, Urs (Swiss, ca. 1485–1529/30)
  • Granacci, Francesco (Francesco di Andrea di Marco) (Italian, 1469–1543)
  • Grancino, Giovanni (Italian, 1637–1709)
  • Granet, François Marius (French, 1775–1849)
  • Grau–Garriga, Josep (Spanish, born 1929)
  • Gray, Percy (American, 1869–1952)
  • Greek and Roman Art
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Archaic
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Attic
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Black-Figure
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Classical
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Cycladic
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Cypriot
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Geometric
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Hellenistic
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Laconian
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Minoan
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Mycaenean
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, Red-figure
  • Greek and Roman Art, Greece, White-ground
  • Greek and Roman Art, Halstatt Period
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial, Antonine
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial, Flavian
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial, Hadrianic
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian, Augustan
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Early Imperial, Trajanic
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Etruscan
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Late Imperial
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Mid-Imperial
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Mid-Imperial, Severan
  • Greek and Roman Art, Rome, Republican
  • Greene, Charles Sumner (American, 1868–1957)
  • Greene, Henry Mather (American, 1870–1954)
  • Greenough, Horatio (American, 1805–1852)
  • Greenwood Pottery Company (Trenton, New Jersey, 1861–1933)
  • Greuze, Jean–Baptiste (French, 1725–1805)
  • Gribelin, Nicolas (French, 1637–1719)
  • Griessmann, Balthasar (Austrian, 1620–1706)
  • Grigorian, Marcos (Armenian–Iranian, born Russia, 1925–2007)
  • Gris, Juan (Spanish, 1887–1927)
  • Grittel, Emile (French, 1870–1953)
  • Grooth, Georg Cristoph (German, 1716–1749)
  • Gropius, Walter (German, 1883–1969)
  • Gros, Antoine Jean (French, 1771–1835)
  • Gros, Jean–Baptiste–Louis (French, 1793–1870)
  • Grossman, Sid (American, 1913–1955)
  • Grosz, George (American, born Germany, 1893–1959)
  • Grotell, Maija (American, born Finland, 1899–1973)
  • Group of Boston 00.348
  • Group of Naples 3227 (Greek, active ca. 350–320 B.C.)
  • Group of New York 28.57.10 (Greek, active 340–320 B.C.)
  • Grueby Faience Company (American, 1894–ca. 1911)
  • Gualterotti, Raffaello (Italian, Florentine, 1543–1639)
  • Guardi, Francesco (Italian, 1712–1793)
  • Gucci (Italian, founded 1906)
  • Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (Italian, 1591–1666)
  • Guerra, Giovanni (Italian, 1544–1618)
  • Guidantus, Johannes Florenus (Italian, 18th century)
  • Guilds
  • Guimard, Hector (French, 1867–1942)
  • Gumley, John (English, ca. 1670–1726)
  • Guo Xi (Chinese, ca. 1000–ca. 1090)
  • Gurney, Jeremiah (American, 1812–1886)
  • Gursky, Andreas (German, born 1955)
  • Guy, Seymour Joseph (American, 1824–1910)
  • Guyol de Guiran, Francois M. (French, active in America 1812–1828)
  • An Gyeon (Korean, act. ca. 1440–70)
  • Haas, Johann Wilhelm (Swiss, 1698–1764)
  • Habib Allah (Iranian, active second half of 16th century)
  • Hagen, Ernest F. (German, 1830–1913)
  • Hai Bo (Chinese, born 1962)
  • Hair
  • Hald, Edward (Swedish, 1883–1980)
  • Haley, Reuben (American, 1872–1933)
  • Hall, Anne (American, 1792–1863)
  • Hals, Frans (Dutch, 1582/83–1666)
  • Halsted, Benjamin (American, 1743–1817)
  • Halston (Roy Halston Frowick) (American, 1932–1990)
  • Hamada Shōji (Japanese, 1894–1978)
  • Hamdullah ibn Mustafa Dede (Turkish, 1429–1520)
  • Hamilton, Ann (American, born 1956)
  • Hamilton, Richard (British, 1922–2011)
  • Haring, David Daniel (American, 1800–1889)
  • Hartley, Marsden (American, 1877–1943)
  • Hassam, Childe (American, 1859–1935)
  • Hathaway, Rufus (American, 1770–1822)
  • Haughwout & Daily (New York, 1852–54)
  • Hauré, Jean (French, b. 1739)
  • Hauser, Ferdinand (Austrian, 1864–1919)
  • Hauser, Hermann (German, 1882–1952)
  • Hauslaib, Laurentium (German)
  • Haverman, Margareta (Dutch, active by 1715, died in or after 1723)
  • Hawes, Josiah Johnson (American, 1808–1901)
  • Hayter, Stanley William (British, 1901–1988)
  • Heade, Martin Johnson (American, 1819–1904)
  • Heartfield, John (German, 1891–1968)
  • Heda, Willem Claesz (Dutch, ca. 1594–1680)
  • Heem, Jan Davidsz de (Dutch, 1606–1683/84)
  • Heemskerck, Maarten van (Netherlandish, 1498–1574)
  • Heinrich, August (German, 1794–1822)
  • Heintz, Joseph, the Elder (Swiss, 1564–1609)
  • Helgoland Painter (Greek, active ca. 350–325 B.C.)
  • Hélion, Jean (French, 1904–1987)
  • Helmschmid, Kolman (German, 1471–1532)
  • Helmschmid, Lorenz (German, active from 1467, died 1515)
  • Hemessen, Jan Sanders van (Netherlandish, active by ca. 1524, died ca. 1564)
  • Heming, Thomas (English, active 1745–1773)
  • Henneberg, Hugo (Austrian, 1863–1918)
  • Henri, Pierre (America, born France, ca. 1760–1822)
  • Henri, Robert (American, 1865–1929)
  • Hepplewhite, George (British, died 1786)
  • Hepworth, Barbara (British, 1903–1975)
  • Heraldry
  • Herman, Georg (German, 1579–after 1625)
  • Herter, Gustave (American, born Germany 1830–1898)
  • Hewson, John (American, born England, 1744–1821)
  • Hey, Jean (Master of Moulins) (Flemish, active 1480–1500)
  • Heyden, Jan van der (Dutch, 1637–1712)
  • Heyden, Pieter van der (Netherlandish, ca. 1530–ca. 1575)
  • Han Gan (Chinese, active 742–56)
  • Hicks, Edward (American, 1780–1849)
  • Hicks, Sheila (American, born 1934)
  • Hieroglyphs
  • Hill, David Octavius (Scottish, 1802–1870)
  • Hill, John William (American, born England, 1812–1879)
  • Hilliard, Nicholas (British, ca. 1547–1619)
  • Hine, Lewis W. (American, 1874–1940)
  • Hirschfeld Workshop (Greek, active ca. 750–730 B.C.)
  • Hockney, David (British, born 1937)
  • Hoefnagel, Joris (Flemish, 1542–1601?)
  • Hoentschel, Georges (French, 1855–1915)
  • Hoffenreich, Ludwig (Austrian)
  • Hoffman, Malvina Cornell (American, 1885–1966)
  • Hoffmann, Hans (German, ca. 1530–1591/92)
  • Hoffmann, Josef (Austrian, 1870–1956)
  • Hofmann, Ferdinand (Viennese, 1756–1829)
  • Hogarth, William (British, 1697–1764)
  • Holbein, Hans, the Younger (German, 1497/98–1543)
  • Holden, Richard (British, recorded 1658–1708)
  • Homer, Winslow (American, 1836–1910)
  • Hon'ami Koetsu (Japanese, 1558–1637)
  • Hondecoeter, Melchior d' (Dutch, 1636–1695)
  • Hongren (Chinese, 1610–1664)
  • Hooch, Pieter de (Dutch, 1629–1684)
  • Hopper, Edward (American, 1882–1967)
  • Hoppner, John (British, 1758–1810)
  • Hosmer, Harriet Goodhue (American, 1830–1908)
  • Houdon, Jean Antoine (French, 1741–1828)
  • House of Chanel (French, founded 1913)
  • House of Worth (French, 1858–1956)
  • Howlett, Robert (British, 1831–1858)
  • Huang Tingjian (Chinese, 1045–1105)
  • Huaud, Amy (Swiss, 1657–1724)
  • Huaud, Jean–Pierre (Swiss, 1655–1723)
  • Hudson River School
  • Huebler, Douglas (American, 1924–1997)
  • Huet, Jean–Baptiste, I (French, 1745–1811)
  • Hugo Boss
  • Huizong, Emperor (Chinese, 1082–1135, r. 1100–25)
  • Hull, John (American, b. England, 1624–1683)
  • Hunt Painter (Greek, active 565–530 B.C.)
  • Hunt, William Morris (American, 1824–1879)
  • Hunting
  • Huntington, Anna Hyatt (American, 1876–1973)
  • Hunzinger, George (American, 1835–1898)
  • Hurtu, Jacques (French, active 1584–1635)
  • Huys, Frans (Netherlandish, 1522–1562)
  • Hyde, Laura (American, 1787–1857?)
  • Icons and Iconoclasm
  • "IG" (English, active ca. 1571–92)
  • Igout, Louis (French, 1837–1881)
  • Immortality
  • Implement, Ceremonial
  • Implement, Cosmetic
  • Implement, Hunting
  • Implement, Medical
  • Implement, Tableware
  • Implement, Weights and Measures
  • Implement, Writing
  • Ince, William (English, active ca. 1758/59–1794, died 1804)
  • Incense Burner
  • Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (French, 1780–1867)
  • Inman, Henry (American, 1801–1846)
  • Inness, George (American, 1825–1894)
  • Interior
  • Isabey, Jean–Baptiste (French, 1767–1855)
  • Isenbrant, Adriaen (Netherlandish, active by 1510, died 1551)
  • Islamic Art
  • Islamic Art, Early Period
  • Islamic Art, Early Period, Abbasid Art
  • Islamic Art, Early Period, Byzantine Period
  • Islamic Art, Early Period, Caliphal Period
  • Islamic Art, Early Period, Fatimid Art
  • Islamic Art, Early Period, Umayyad Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Aq Quyunlu/Ak-Koyunlu Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Iznik Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Kishangarh Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Mamluk Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Marinid Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Mughal Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Mughal Art, Indo-Portuguese Style
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Mughal Art, Period of Jahangir
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Mughal Art, Period of Shah Jahan
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Ottoman Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Qajar Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Safavid Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Shaibanid Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Shivran Art
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Sultanate Period
  • Islamic Art, Later Period, Timurid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Ayyubid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Fatimid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Ghaznavid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Golden Horde
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Ilkhanid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Mamluk Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Marinid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Nasrid Art
  • Islamic Art, Medieval Period, Seljuq Art
  • Islamic World
  • Itter, Diane (American, 1946–1989)
  • Ivory
  • Ivory, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Ivory, East Asia
  • Ivory, Europe
  • Ivory, North America
  • Ivory, Oceania
  • Ivory, South America
  • Ivory, South and Southeast Asia
  • Ivory, West Asia
  • Ixion Painter (Greek, active ca. 330–300 B.C.)
  • Jacfar ibn Muhammad ibn cAli (Iranian, active late 12th century)
  • Jackson, William Henry (American, 1843–1942)
  • Jacob–Desmalter, François–Honoré–George (French, 1770–1841)
  • Jacobsen, Arne (Danish, 1902–1971)
  • Jacometto (Jacometto Veneziano) (Italian, Venetian, active by ca. 1472–died before 1498)
  • Jacquemart, Jules–Ferdinand (French, 1837–1880)
  • Jacques & Marcus (American, act. 1882–92)
  • Ja'far (Persian, active 1412–1431)
  • Jais, Andreas (German, 1685–1753)
  • Jaley, Louis (French, 1696–1773)
  • James, Charles (American, born England, 1906–1978)
  • Janák, Pavel (Czech, 1882–1956)
  • Janssen, Hans (Dutch, 1605–after 1631)
  • Jean–Pierre, Roger (French, active 1934–76)
  • Jeanselme, Joseph–Pierre–François (French, 1824–1860)
  • Jefferis, Elizabeth (American, 18th century)
  • Jegher, Christoffel (Flemish, 1596–1652/53)
  • Jelliff, John (American, 1813–1893)
  • Jewett, William (American, 1792–1874)
  • Jewish Art
  • Jewish Art, Secular
  • Jiu–cheng (Chinese, 19th century)
  • Johns, Jasper (American, born 1930)
  • Johnson, Eastman (American, 1824–1906)
  • Johnson, Joshua (American, ca. 1763–ca. 1824)
  • Johnson, Thomas (British, ca. 1714–ca. 1778)
  • Johnston, Henrietta (American, ca. 1674–1728)
  • Jombert, Pierre Charles (French, 1748–1825)
  • Jones, Mary (American, no dates)
  • Jones, Owen (British, 1809–1874)
  • Jongkind, Johan Barthold (Dutch, 1819–1891)
  • Joseph Wright (Wright of Derby) (British, 1734–1797)
  • Judaica
  • Justus of Ghent (Joos van Wassenhove) (Netherlandish, active by 1460, died ca. 1480)
  • Kalf, Willem (Dutch, 1619–1693)
  • Kallimachos (Greek, active 2nd half of 5th century B.C.)
  • Kami, Y.Z. (Iranian, born 1956)
  • Kandinsky, Vasily (French, born Russia, 1866–1944)
  • Kanewaka, also known as Takahira (Japanese, active 1609–26)
  • Kann, Léon (French, active 1896–ca. 1915)
  • Kano Chikanobu (Japanese, 1660–1728)
  • Kano Motonobu (Japanese, 1476–1559)
  • Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. 1589–1651)
  • Kano Takanobu (Japanese, 1571–1618)
  • Kano Tan'yu (Japanese, 1602–1674)
  • Kantharos Group (Greek, active ca. 325–305 B.C.)
  • Kapoor, Anish (British, born India 1954)
  • Karasz, Ilonka (American, born Hungary, 1896–1981)
  • Karkinos Painter (Greek, active ca. 500–480 B.C.)
  • Karsh, Yousuf (Canadian, born Armenia, 1908–2002)
  • Käsebier, Gertrude (American, 1852–1934)
  • Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760–1849)
  • Kawakubo, Rei (Japanese, born 1942)
  • Kawara, On (Japanese, born 1933)
  • Keighley, Alexander (British, 1861–1947)
  • Keita, Seydou (Malian, ca. 1921–2001)
  • Kels, Hans, the Younger (German, 1508/10–1565)
  • Kemeys, Edward (American, 1843–1907)
  • Kemmelmeyer, Frederick (German, ca. 1755–1821)
  • Kender, Janos (Hungarian, 1937–1983)
  • Kensett, John Frederick (American, 1816–1872)
  • Kentridge, William (South African, born 1955)
  • Kertész, André (American, born Hungary, 1894–1985)
  • Ketham, Johannes de (active Venice, late 15th century)
  • Keyser, Thomas de (Dutch, 1596/97–1667)
  • Kiefer, Anselm (German, born 1945)
  • Kierstede, Cornelius (American, 1674–1757)
  • Kimbel & Cubus (New York City, active 1863–1882)
  • Kirchner, Johann Gottlieb (German, b. 1706)
  • Kirkeby, Per (Danish, born 1938)
  • Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese, 1753–1806)
  • Klee, Paul (German, 1879–1940)
  • Klein, William (American, born 1928)
  • Klein, Yves (French, 1928–1962)
  • Kleophrades Painter (Greek, active ca. 505–475 B.C.)
  • Klimt, Gustav (Austrian, 1862–1918)
  • Kline, Franz (American, 1910–1962)
  • Klock, Pieter (Dutch, 1665–1754)
  • Klumpke, Anna (American, 1856–1942)
  • Knox, Archibald (British, 1864–1933)
  • Knyff, Leonard (Netherlandish, 1650–1721)
  • Købke, Christen (Danish, 1810–1848)
  • Koch, Joseph Anton (German, 1768–1839)
  • Köchert, Jacob H. (Austrian, 1795–1868)
  • Koehler, Florence (American, 1861–1944)
  • Kōhei, Nawa (Japanese, born 1975)
  • Kolar, Jiri (Czech, 1914–2002)
  • Komar and Melamid (Vitaly Komar, Russian, born 1943; Aleksandr Melamid, Russian, born 1945)
  • Köningsperger, Johann Wolfgang (German, Bavaria, active 1725-1752)
  • Konnakis Group (Greek, active in Apulia, ca. 375–350 B.C.)
  • Koudelka, Josef (Czech, born 1938)
  • Krasner, Lee (American, 1908–1984)
  • Krimmel, John Lewis (American, 1789–1821)
  • Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757–1820)
  • Kühn, Heinrich (Austrian, born Germany, 1866–944)
  • Kuncan (Chinese, 1612–1673)
  • Kupferman, Moshe (Israeli, born Poland, 1926–2003)
  • Kupka, Frantisek (Czech, 1871–1957)
  • Kuramata, Shiro (Japanese, 1934–1991)
  • Kyûkoku (Japanese, active 19th century)
  • Labille–Guiard, Adélaïde (French, 1749–1803)
  • Lacquer
  • Lacroix, C. (Burgundian, active Genoa, late 17th–early 18th century)
  • Lacroix, Christian (French, born 1951)
  • Lafon, Louis (French, active late 19th century)
  • Lafreri, Antonio (French, ca. 1512–1577)
  • Lagerfeld, Karl (French, born Germany, 1938)
  • Lagrenée, Jean Jacques (French, 1739–1821)
  • Lagrenée, Louis (French, 1725–1805)
  • Lalanne, Maxime–François–Antoine (French, 1827–1886)
  • Lalique, René–Jules (French, 1860–1945)
  • Lalor, Maria (American, no dates)
  • Lam, Wifredo (Cuban, 1902–1982)
  • Lamarre, Jacques (French, 1657–1700)
  • Landscape
  • Landscape, organized by geography
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Central America
  • Landscape, organized by geography, East Asia
  • Landscape, organized by geography, East Asia, China
  • Landscape, organized by geography, East Asia, Japan
  • Landscape, organized by geography, East Asia, Korea
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe, Central Europe
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe, France
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Europe, Low Countries
  • Landscape, organized by geography, North America
  • Landscape, organized by geography, Oceania
  • Landscape, organized by geography, South America
  • Landscape, organized by geography, South and Southeast Asia
  • Landscape, organized by geography, West Asia
  • Landscape, organized by geography, West Asia, Anatolia and the Caucasus
  • Landscape, organized by geography, West Asia, Eastern Mediterranean
  • Landscape, organized by geography, West Asia, Iran
  • Landscape, organized by type
  • Landscape, organized by type, Allegorical
  • Landscape, organized by type, Arboreal
  • Landscape, organized by type, Architectural
  • Landscape, organized by type, Historical
  • Landscape, organized by type, Marine
  • Landscape, organized by type, Mountainous
  • Landscape, organized by type, Pastoral
  • Lane, Fitz Henry (formerly Lane, Fitz Hugh) (American, 1804–1865)
  • Lange, Dorothea (American, 1895–1965)
  • Langenbucher, Veit (German, 1587–1631)
  • Langenheim, Frederick (American, 1809–1879)
  • Langenheim, William (American, 1807–1874)
  • Langlois, Jacques (French, active 1540–60)
  • Lannuier, Charles Honoré (French, 1779–1819, active in the United States)
  • Lansing, Ambrose (American, 1891–1959)
  • Lanvin, Jeanne (French, 1867–1946)
  • Lap, Geert (Dutch, born 1951)
  • Läuger, Max (German, 1864–1952)
  • Laurent, Juan (French, active Spain, 1816–1892)
  • Lawler, Louise (American, born 1947)
  • Lawrence, Jacob (American, 1917–2000)
  • Lawrence, Sarah (American, born 1758)
  • Lawrence, Thomas (British, 1769–1830)
  • Le Bourgeois, Pierre (died 1627)
  • Le Brun, Charles (French, 1619–1690)
  • Le Chevallier, Jacques (French, 1896–1987)
  • Le Clerc, Sébastien (French, 1637–1714)
  • Le Corbusier, Eduard (French, born Switzerland, 1887–1965)
  • Le Gray, Gustave (French, 1820–1882)
  • Le Lorrain, Robert (French, 1666—1743)
  • Le Noir, Bourgot (French, active mid 14th century)
  • Le Noir, Étienne I (French, 1675–1739)
  • Le Pautre, Jean (French, 1618—1682)
  • Le Prince, Jean–Baptiste (French, 1734–1781)
  • Le Roux, Charles (American, baptized 1689–1745)
  • Le Secq, Henri (French, 1818–1882)
  • Leather
  • Lebas, Louis Hippolyte (French, 1782–1867)
  • Leclerc, Sébastien, I (French, 1637–1714)
  • Lee, Russell (American, 1903–1986)
  • Léger, Fernand (French, 1881–1955)
  • Legrain, Pierre (French, 1889–1929)
  • Leiden, Niclaus Gerhaert von (North Netherlandish, active in Strasbourg, 1460–50; died in Vienna, 1473?)
  • Leighton, Frederic (British, 1830–1896)
  • Lely, Peter (Pieter van der Faes) (British, 1618–1680)
  • Lemoine, Marie Victoire (French, 1754–1820)
  • Lemoyne, Jean–Louis (French, 1665–1755)
  • Lenckhart, Adam (German, 1610–1661)
  • Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519)
  • Leone, Andrea di (Italian, 1595–1675)
  • Leoni, Leone (Italian, ca. 1509–1590)
  • Les fils de Gamil Georges (active Cairo, 20th century)
  • Leser, Tina (American, 1910–1986)
  • Leutze, Emanuel Gottlieb (German, active United States, 1816–1868)
  • Levine, Sherrie (American, born 1947)
  • Levitt, Helen (American, born 1913)
  • Lévy–Dhurmer, Lucien (French, 1865–1953)
  • Leyden, Lucas van (Netherlandish, 1489/94–1533)
  • Leyniers, Urbanus (Flemish, 1674–1747)
  • La Farge, John (American, 1835–1910)
  • La Hyre, Laurent de (French, 1606–1656)
  • Li Gonglin (Chinese, ca. 1041–1106)
  • Liang Kai (Chinese, active first half of 13th century)
  • Libensky, Stanislav (Czech, 1921–2002)
  • Lidi (Chinese, ca. 1110–after 1197)
  • Liebes, Dorothy (American, 1897–1972)
  • Limbourg, Herman (Franco–Netherlandish, active in France, by 1399–1416)
  • Limbourg, Jean (Franco–Netherlandish, active in France, by 1399–1416)
  • Limbourg, Paul (Franco–Netherlandish, active in France, by 1399–1416)
  • Limosin, Leonard (French, ca. 1505–1575/77)
  • Lin Liang (Chinese, ca. 1416–ca. 1480)
  • Lingelbach, Johannes (Dutch, 1622–1674)
  • Linnell, John (British, 1792–1882)
  • Lippi, Filippino (Italian, Florentine, ca. 1457–1504)
  • Lippi, Fra Filippo (Italian, Florentine, ca. 1406–1469)
  • Lippo Memmi (Filippo di Memmo) (Italian, Sienese, active by 1317, died 1356)
  • Lissitzky, El (Russian, 1890–1941)
  • Literature and Literary Connections
  • Literature and Literary Connections, American Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, British Literature
  • Literature and Literary Connections, British Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, British Poetry, Shakespeare
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Chinese Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, French Literature
  • Literature and Literary Connections, German Literature
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Greek Comedy and Tragedy
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Greek Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Greek Poetry, Homer: Illiad and Odyssey
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Italian Literature
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Japanese Literature
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Japanese Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Liturgical Books
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Norse Myths
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Persian Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Portraits of Writers
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Roman Poetry
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Roman Poetry, Ovid: Metamorphoses
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Roman Poetry, Virgil: Aeneid
  • Literature and Literary Connections, Russian Literature
  • Liu Jun (Chinese, active ca. 1475–ca. 1505)
  • La Mésangère, Pierre de (French, 1761–1831)
  • Lochner, Kunz (German, ca. 1510–1567)
  • Lochorst, D.G.V. (Flemish)
  • Lockhart, Sharon (American, born 1964)
  • Locomotive
  • Lombardo, Antonio (Italian, Venetian, ca. 1458–1516)
  • Lombardo, Tullio (Italian, Venetian, ca. 1455–1532)
  • Long, Richard (British, born 1945)
  • Longhi, Pietro (Italian, 1702–1785)
  • Longman, Evelyn Beatrice (American, 1874–1954)
  • Lorch, Melchior (Danish, ca. 1527–1583)
  • Lorenzetti, Pietro (Italian, Sienese, active 1320–44)
  • Lorraine, Claude (French, 1604–1682)
  • L'Ortolano (Giovanni Battista Benvenuti) (Italian, active by 1512, died after 1527)
  • Lotto, Lorenzo (Italian, Venetian, born ca. 1480, died 1556)
  • Louboutin, Christian (French, born 1963)
  • Louis, Morris (American, 1912–1962)
  • Louisboulanger (French, 1878–1950)
  • Love
  • Lozowick, Louis (American, born Ukraine, 1892–1973)
  • La Tour, Georges de (French, 1593–1652)
  • Lu Guang (Chinese, ca. 1300–after 1371)
  • Lu Zhi (Chinese, 1496–1576)
  • Lucas, David (British, 1802–1881)
  • Ludington, Emeline Travis (American, 1820–1887)
  • Luks, George (American, 1866–1933)
  • Lundström, Nils Emil (Swedish, 1865–1960)
  • Luti, Benedetto (Italian, 1666–1724)
  • Lutma, Jacob (Netherlandish, ca. 1624–1654)
  • Lycett, Edward (American, 1833–1910)
  • Lycurgus Painter (Greek, active ca. 350 B.C.)
  • Lydos (Greek, active ca. 565–535 B.C.)
  • Lan Ying (Chinese, 1585–ca. 1664)
  • Lyon & Healy (American; active Chicago, late 19th century)
  • Lysippides Painter (Greek, active ca. 530–510 B.C.)
  • Maar, Dora (French, born Great Britain, 1909–1997)
  • Macartney, Mervyn (British, 1853–1932)
  • Mackintosh, Charles Rennie (Scottish, 1868–1928)
  • MacMonnies, Frederick William (American, 1863–1937)
  • MacNeil, Hermon Atkins (American, 1866–1947)
  • Macret, Charles François Adrien (French, 1751–1789)
  • Madame Grès (French, 1903–1993)
  • Maes, Nicolaes (Dutch, 1634–1693)
  • Maestro delle Storie del Pane (Italian; active ca. 1485–90)
  • Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Gubbio)
  • Maffei, Francesco (Italian, 1605–1660)
  • Magic
  • Magritte, René (Belgian, 1898–1967)
  • Maher, George Washington (American, 1864–1926)
  • Mahmud al–Husaini (Iranian, active early 15th century)
  • Mainbocher (American, 1890–1976)
  • Maison Léoty (French, late 19th century)
  • Makron (Greek)
  • Malchair, John Baptist (British, born Germany, 1731–1812)
  • Malevich, Kazimir (Russian, 1879–1935)
  • Mamoru, Nakagawa (Japanese, born 1947)
  • Man, Felix H. (British, born Germany, 1893–1985)
  • Manara, Baldassare (Italian, active first half of 16th century)
  • Mander, Karel van, I (Netherlandish, 1548–1606)
  • Manet, Édouard (French, 1832–1883)
  • Mansur (active ca. 1589–1626)
  • Mantegna, Andrea (Italian, 1430/31–1506)
  • Manwaring, Robert (British, active 1760–1770)
  • Marchi, Virgilio (Italian, 1895–1960)
  • Marclay, Christian (American, born 1955)
  • Marco del Buono Giamberti (Italian, Florentine, 1402–1489)
  • Marcolini, Francesco (ca. 1500–after 1559)
  • Marcotte, Leon (American, active 1848–60)
  • Marcus & Company (American, 1892–ca. 1962)
  • Margiela, Martin (Belgian, born 1957)
  • Marin, John (American, 1870–1953)
  • Marisol (Marisol Esobar) (American, born France, 1930)
  • Marlay Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. 450–ca. 420 B.C.)
  • Marlow, William (British, 1740–1813)
  • Marmion, Simon (French, ca. 1425–1489)
  • Marmitta, Francesco (Italian, active first half of 16th century)
  • Marrel, Jakob (Dutch, 1613/4–1681)
  • Marriage
  • Marsh, Reginald (American, 1898–1954)
  • Marshall, Maria (British, born India, 1966)
  • Martel, Jan (French, 1896–1966)
  • Martel, Joël (French, 1896–1966)
  • Martel, Joël (French, 1896–1966)
  • Martin, Christian Frederick (American, born Germany, 1796–1873)
  • Martinez, Juan (Toledo, Spain)
  • Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (Italian, Sienese, 1439–1501)
  • Martini, Simone (Italian, Sienese, active by 1315–died 1344)
  • Marville, Charles (French, 1813–1879)
  • Mask
  • Masnago, Alessandro (Italian, active by ca. 1560, d. 1620)
  • Massier, Clément (French, 1844–1917)
  • Master G. A. with the Caltrop (Italian, active ca. 1538–52)
  • Master GG (active Paris, ca. 1744)
  • Master H.A. or A.H. (Austrian, 1528)
  • Master H.K V.B. (German)
  • Master Heinrich of Constance (German, active ca. 1300)
  • Master IC (French, Limoges, active ca. 1550–75)
  • Master of 1515 (Italian [?], active ca. 1515)
  • Master of the Aeneid (French, active ca. 1530–40)
  • Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet (active 1470–90)
  • Master of the Argonauts (Italian, Florentine, fourth quarter of 15th century)
  • Master of Bagnacavallo (Italian, 13th century)
  • Master of the Berswordt Altar (German, Westphalian, active ca. 1400–1435)
  • Master of the Blumenthal Passion (Netherlandish, first third of 16th century)
  • Master of Charles of France (French)
  • Master of the Codex of Saint George (Italian, Florentine, active second quarter of 14th century)
  • Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome, ca. 1530–60)
  • Master of the Dinteville Allegory (Netherlandish or French, active mid–16th century)
  • Master of Flora (Italian, Fontainebleau, second half of 16th century)
  • Master of François de Rohan (French, active ca. 1525–1546)
  • Master of James IV of Scotland
  • Master of the Lorsch Calvary (German)
  • Master of the Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian (Austrian, prob. mid–17th century)
  • Master of Monte Oliveto (Italian, active Siena, ca. 1305–35)
  • Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia (Italian, Florentine, active second half of 14th century)
  • Master of the Playing Cards (German, active ca. 1425–50)
  • Master of Riglos (Spanish, Aragonese, ca. 1450)
  • Master of Saint Augustine (Netherlandish, ca. 1490)
  • Master of the Saint Barbara Legend (Netherlandish, active late 15th century)
  • Master of Saint Giles (Netherlandish and French, active ca. 1500)
  • Master of the View of Sainte–Gudule (Netherlandish, active ca. 1485)
  • Master W with the Key (Netherlandish, active ca. 1465–90)
  • Masury, Samuel (American, ca. 1818–1874)
  • Matisse, Henri (French, 1869–1954)
  • Matta (Roberto Matta Echaurren) (Chilean, 1911–2002)
  • Matta–Clark, Gordon (American, 1943–1978)
  • Maucher, Johann Michael (German, 1645–1701)
  • Maulana Azhar (Iranian, first half of 15th century)
  • Maxwell, Vera (American, 1901–1995)
  • Mayhew, John (English, 1736–1811)
  • McCardell, Claire (American, 1905–1958)
  • McCollum, Allan (American, born 1944)
  • McCoy, Jennifer (American, born 1968)
  • McCoy, Kevin (American, born 1967)
  • McLaren, Malcolm (British, born 1946)
  • McLaughlin, Mary Louise (American, 1847–1939)
  • McMullin, John (American, 1765–1843)
  • McQueen, Alexander (British, 1969–2010)
  • Mead, Larkin Goldsmith (American, 1835–1910)
  • Meares, Richard (English, ca. 1647–1725)
  • Mears, Helen Farnsworth (American, 1871–1916)
  • Meatyard, Ralph Eugene (American, 1925–1972)
  • Medallion
  • Medici Workshop (Italian, Florentine)
  • Medieval Art
  • Medieval Art, Anglo-Saxon Art
  • Medieval Art, Beautiful Style
  • Medieval Art, Carolingian Art
  • Medieval Art, Celtic Art
  • Medieval Art, Gothic Art
  • Medieval Art, International Gothic Style
  • Medieval Art, Merovingian Art
  • Medieval Art, Moorish Style
  • Medieval Art, Ottonian Art
  • Medieval Art, Romanesque Art
  • Medieval Art, Visigothic Art
  • Meier, Melchior (German, active Tuscany, ca. 1572–82)
  • Meit, Conrad (German, 1480s?–1550/51)
  • Meléndez, Luis (Spanish, 1716–1780)
  • Memling, Hans (active by 1465–died 1494)
  • Menelaos Painter (Greek, ca. 450–420 B.C.)
  • Mengs, Anton Raphael (German, 1728–1779)
  • Menzies Group (Greek, active ca. 340–315 B.C.)
  • Meryon, Charles (French, 1821–1868)
  • Messerschmidt, Franz Xaver (German, 1736–1783)
  • Mestral, Auguste (French, 1812–1884)
  • Metalwork, Aluminum
  • Metalwork, Brass
  • Metalwork, Brass, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Metalwork, Brass, Central and North Asia
  • Metalwork, Brass, East Asia
  • Metalwork, Brass, Europe
  • Metalwork, Brass, North America
  • Metalwork, Brass, South and Southeast Asia
  • Metalwork, Brass, West Asia
  • Metalwork, Bronze
  • Metalwork, Bronze, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Metalwork, Bronze, Central and North Asia
  • Metalwork, Bronze, East Asia
  • Metalwork, Bronze, Europe
  • Metalwork, Bronze, North America
  • Metalwork, Bronze, South America
  • Metalwork, Bronze, South and Southeast Asia
  • Metalwork, Bronze, West Asia
  • Metalwork, Copper
  • Metalwork, Electrum
  • Metalwork, Gilt Brass
  • Metalwork, Gilt Bronze
  • Metalwork, Gilt Copper
  • Metalwork, Gilt Silver
  • Metalwork, Gold
  • Metalwork, Gold Leaf
  • Metalwork, Gold, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Metalwork, Gold, Central and North Asia
  • Metalwork, Gold, East Asia
  • Metalwork, Gold, Europe
  • Metalwork, Gold, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Metalwork, Gold, North America
  • Metalwork, Gold, South America
  • Metalwork, Gold, South and Southeast Asia
  • Metalwork, Gold, West Asia
  • Metalwork, Iron
  • Metalwork, Lead
  • Metalwork, Other
  • Metalwork, Pewter
  • Metalwork, Pot-metal
  • Metalwork, Silver
  • Metalwork, Silver Leaf
  • Metalwork, Silver plate
  • Metalwork, Silver, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Metalwork, Silver, Central and North Asia
  • Metalwork, Silver, East Asia
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Central Europe
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, France
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Metalwork, Silver, Europe, Low Countries
  • Metalwork, Silver, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Metalwork, Silver, North America
  • Metalwork, Silver, South America
  • Metalwork, Silver, South and Southeast Asia
  • Metalwork, Silver, West Asia
  • Metalwork, Stainless Steel
  • Metalwork, Steel
  • Metcalf, Willard (American, 1858–1925)
  • Methyse Painter (Greek, Attic, active ca. 475-ca. 450 B.C.)
  • Metope Painter (Greek, active in third quarter of 4th century B.C.)
  • Metsu, Gabriël (Dutch, 1629—1667)
  • Metsys, Quentin (Netherlandish, 1466–1530)
  • Mettayer, Lewis (English, active 1700–1735, died 1740)
  • Metzinger, Jean (French, 1883–1956)
  • Metzker, Ray K. (American, born 1931)
  • Meyer–Heine, Jacob (French, 1805–1879)
  • Mi Fu (Chinese, 1052–1107)
  • Mi Youren (Chinese, 1074–1151)
  • Micaud, Pierre–Louis (French, active 1795–1834)
  • Michallon, Achille–Etna (French, 1796–1822)
  • Michel, Georges (French, 1763–1843)
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564)
  • Michelin, Jean (French, ca. 1616–1670)
  • Michelino da Besozzo (Michelino de Mulinari) (Italian, Lombard, active 1388–1450)
  • Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig (American, born Germany, 1886–1969)
  • Milan, Pierre (French, active Paris ca. 1542, died after 1557)
  • Milhazes, Beatriz (Brazilian, born 1960)
  • Military
  • Military, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Military, East Asia
  • Military, Europe
  • Military, North America
  • Military, West Asia
  • Millais, Sir John Everett (British, 1829–1896)
  • Millet, Francisque (Flemish, 1642–1679)
  • Millet, Jean–François (French, 1814–1875)
  • Mir cAli Haravi (Uzbekistani, active first half of 16th century [d. ca. 1550])
  • Mir cAli Haravi (Uzbekistani, active first half of 16th century [d. ca. 1550])
  • Mir Sayyid cAli
  • Miró, Joan (Spanish, 1893–1983)
  • Mirror
  • Mirza cAli (Iranian, active ca. 1525–75)
  • Miskin (Indian, active second half of 16th century)
  • Missoni (Italian, founded 1953)
  • Miyake, Issey (Japanese, born 1938)
  • Miyashita Zenji (Japanese, 1939–2012)
  • Ma Lin (Chinese, active ca. 1180–after 1256)
  • Model, Lisette (American, born Austria, 1901–1983)
  • Modern and Contemporary Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Abstract Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Abstract Art, Geometric Abstraction
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Abstract Expressionism [Gestural Painting]
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Abstract Imagists
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Action Painting
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Allianz
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Anti-Design
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Avant-Garde
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Biomorphism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Body Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Color Field Painting
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Combines
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Conceptual Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Concrete Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Cubism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Dada
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, De Stijl
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Digital Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Earthworks/Land Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Expressionism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Fluxus
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Functionalism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Futurism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Hard-Edge Painting
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, High-Tech
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Installation Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, International Style
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Neo-Expressionism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Nouveau Realisme
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Op Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Performance Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Photojournalism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Pop Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Precisionism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Process Art
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Surrealism
  • Modern and Contemporary Art, Video Art
  • Modigliani, Amedeo (Italian, 1884–1920)
  • Mohamedi, Nasreen (Indian, 1937–1990)
  • Moholy, Lucia (British, born Czechoslovakia, 1894–1989)
  • Moholy–Nagy, László (American, born Hungary, 1895–1946)
  • Molard, Louis–Adolphe Humbert de (French, 1800–1874)
  • Molart, Michel (French, 1641–1713)
  • Mole, Arthur (American)
  • Molyneux, Edward (French, born England, 1891–1974)
  • Monaco, Lorenzo (Piero di Giovanni) (Italian, Florentine, ca. 1370–1425)
  • Mondrian, Piet (Dutch, 1872–1944)
  • Monet, Claude (French, 1840–1926)
  • Monnoyer, Jean–Baptiste (French, 1636–1699)
  • Monogrammist LAM (French, active 1568–74)
  • Monteverdi, Claudio (Italian, 1567–1643)
  • Moore, Henry (British, 1898–1986)
  • Moore, Samuel (American, act. 19th century)
  • Moran, Thomas (American, born England, 1837–1926)
  • Moreau, Gustave (French, 1826–1898)
  • Morel, Gabriel Raoul (French, active 1798– ca. 1827)
  • Moretto da Brescia (Alessandro Bonvicino) (Italian, ca. 1498–1554)
  • Morghen, Filippo (Italian, 1730–after 1807)
  • Morghen, Raphael (Italian, Neapolitan, 1758–1833)
  • Moriah, Avner (Israeli, born 1953)
  • Moriot, Nicolas–Marie (French, active 1828–48)
  • Morisot, Berthe (French, 1841–1895)
  • Moroni, Giovanni Battista (Italian, born no later than 1524, died 1578)
  • Morris, William (British, 1834–1896)
  • Morse, Alice C. (American, 1863–1961)
  • Morse, Samuel F. B. (American, 1791–1872)
  • Mosaic
  • Mosler, Henry (American, 1841–1920)
  • Mosselman, Paul de (Franco–Netherlandish, active in Bourges, 1453)
  • Mosyn, Michiel (Dutch, born 1630)
  • Motherhood
  • Mother-of-pearl
  • Motherwell, Robert (American, 1915–1991)
  • Mount, William Sidney (American, 1807—1868)
  • Mourning
  • Mowbray, Henry Siddons (American, 1858–1928)
  • Mozart, Anton (German, 1573–1625)
  • Mucha, Alphonse (Czech, 1860–1939)
  • Muhammad Zaman ibn Haji Yusuf (Persian, active, 1643–1689)
  • Muhammed ibn Aybak (Iraqi, active ca. 1290–1320)
  • Muller, Harmen Jansz (Netherlandish, ca. 1538/39–1617)
  • Müller, Karl L.H. (American, 1820–1887)
  • Mummy
  • Munch, Edvard (Norwegian, 1863–1944)
  • Muniz, Vik (Brazilian, born 1961)
  • Munkacsi, Martin (American, born Hungary, 1896–1963)
  • Munro, Mary (American, no dates)
  • Mura, Francesco de (Italian, 1696–1782)
  • Murad (Indian, active 1605–27)
  • Music
  • Musical Instrument
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, East Asia
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, France
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Europe, Low Countries
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, North America
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, Oceania
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, South America
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, South and Southeast Asia
  • Musical Instrument, organized by culture, West Asia
  • Musical Instrument, organized by type
  • Musical Instrument, organized by type, Brass
  • Musical Instrument, organized by type, Keyboard
  • Musical Instrument, organized by type, Percussion
  • Musical Instrument, organized by type, Stringed
  • Musical Instrument, organized by type, Wind
  • Musō Soseki (Japanese, 1275–1351)
  • Muzaffar cAli
  • Myers, Myer (American, 1723–1795)
  • Ma Yuan (Chinese, active ca. 1190–1225)
  • Nadar (Tournachon, Gaspard Félix) (French, 1820–1910)
  • Nagasawa Rosetsu (Japanese, 1754–1799)
  • Nahas, Nabil (Lebanese, born 1949)
  • Nainsukh (Indian, 1710–1778)
  • Nakamura, Takuo (Japanese, born 1945)
  • Nanha (Indian, active 1605–27)
  • Natoire, Charles Joseph (French, 1700–1777)
  • Nearchos (Greek, active ca. 550–560 B.C.)
  • Needlework
  • Nègre, Charles (French, 1820–1880)
  • Negretti, Henry (British, born Italy, 1818–1879)
  • Negroli, Filippo (Italian, ca. 1510–1579)
  • Nerius (Italian, active 1310–25)
  • Neroccio de' Landi (Italian, Sienese, 1447–1500)
  • Neshat, Shirin (Iranian, born 1957)
  • Newman, Barnett (American, 1905–1970)
  • Ni Zan (Chinese, 1306–1374)
  • Nichols, Maria Longworth (American, 1849–1932)
  • Nicholson, Leona (American, 1875–1966)
  • Niclaus of Haguenau (German, ca. 1445–before 1538)
  • Nicola da Urbino (Italian, active by 1520–died ?1537/38)
  • Nikolaus II Rugendas (German, born 1619, master 1662, died 1694/95)
  • Nikon Painter (Greek, active ca. 472–450 B.C.)
  • Niobid Painter (Greek, Attic, active ca. 470-ca. 445 B.C.)
  • Noguchi, Isamu (American, 1904–1988)
  • Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, active ca. 1646–94)
  • Norell, Norman (American, 1900–1972)
  • Norman, John (American, ca. 1748–1817)
  • North, Tamar Horton Harris (American, 1833–1905)
  • Nouailher, Colin (French, active 1539–died after 1571)
  • Nouen, or Nouwen, Michael (Flemish, active London, ca. 1600–1610)
  • Novelli, Antonio (Italian, 1600–1662)
  • Numismatics
  • Nxgongo, Beauty (South African, Zulu, born 1953)
  • Oceania
  • Oceania, Australia
  • Oceania, Melanesia
  • Oceania, Micronesia
  • Oceania, Polynesia
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Aboriginal Australia
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Asmat Art
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Bark Painting Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Mangarevan Period
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Maohi
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Maori Art
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Moai Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Openwork Carving Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Opposed Hook Figure Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Opposed Hook Figure Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Rapa Nui
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Solomon Islands
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Stone Figure Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Stone Figure Tradition
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Vanuatu Art
  • Oceanic and Pacific Art, Wandjina Rock Art Tradition
  • Ochtervelt, Jacob (Dutch, 1634–1682)
  • Ogata Korin (Japanese, 1658–1716)
  • Ohr, George E. (American, 1857–1918)
  • O'Keeffe, Georgia (America, 1887–1986)
  • Okumura Masanobu (Japanese, 1686–1764)
  • Olcott Painter (Greek, active ca. 360–330 B.C.)
  • Olivier, (Johann Heinrich) Ferdinand (German, 1785–1841)
  • Olowe of Ise (Yoruba [Nigerian], ca. 1873–1938)
  • Oltos (Greek, active ca. 525–500 B.C.)
  • Onckelbag, Gerrit (American, baptized 1670–1732)
  • Oppenheim, Dennis (American, born 1938)
  • Oppenordt, Alexandre–Jean (Dutch, act. France, 1639–1715)
  • Orley, Bernaert van (Netherlandish, ca. 1492–1541/42)
  • Orozco, Gabriel (Mexican, born 1962)
  • Orozco, Jose Clemente (Mexican, 1883–1949)
  • Orpen, William (British, 1878–1931)
  • Osservanza Master (Italian [Siena], active second quarter of 15th century)
  • Ostade, Adriaen van (Dutch, 1610–1685)
  • Ostendorfer, Michael (German, active 1520–49)
  • O'Sullivan, Timothy H. (American, born Ireland, 1840–1882)
  • Otto, Johann Heinrich (ca. 1773–ca. 1800)
  • Oud, Jacobus Johannes Pieter (Dutch, 1890–1963)
  • Ouvrard, Jean (French, Paris, active 18th century)
  • Pabst, Daniel (American, 1826–1910)
  • Pacetti, Vincenzo (Italian, ca. 1745–1820)
  • Pacino di Bonaguida (Italian, active 1303–ca. 1340)
  • Pagano, Matteo (Italian, 1515–1588)
  • Painter of Bari 5981 (Greek, active ca. 325–305 B.C.)
  • Painter of London B 343 (Greek, Archaic, late 6th century B.C.)
  • Painter of London E 497 (Greek, active ca. 450–420 BC)
  • Painter of Munich 2660 (Greek, active 475–450 B.C.)
  • Painter of New York 52.11.2 (Greek, active ca. 360–320 B.C.)
  • Painter of the Woolly Satyrs (Greek, Attic, ca. 450 B.C.)
  • Painter of the Yale Lekythos (Greek, Attic, active ca. 475–450 B.C.)
  • Painting, Acrylic
  • Painting, Distemper
  • Painting, Enamel
  • Painting, Encaustic
  • Painting, Fresco
  • Painting, Gouache
  • Painting, Ink on Other Surface
  • Painting, Ink on Paper
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, East Asia
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, East Asia, China
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, East Asia, Japan
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, East Asia, Korea
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, South and Southeast Asia
  • Painting, Ink on Paper, West Asia
  • Painting, Ink on Silk
  • Painting, Ink on Silk, East Asia
  • Painting, Ink on Silk, East Asia, China
  • Painting, Ink on Silk, East Asia, Japan
  • Painting, Ink on Silk, East Asia, Korea
  • Painting, Ink on Vellum
  • Painting, Miniature
  • Painting, Miniature, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Painting, Miniature, Central and North Asia
  • Painting, Miniature, Europe
  • Painting, Miniature, North America
  • Painting, Miniature, South and Southeast Asia
  • Painting, Miniature, West Asia
  • Painting, Mixed Media on Canvas
  • Painting, Mixed Media on Other Surface
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, Central Europe
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, France
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Europe, Low Countries
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Mexico and Central America
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, North America
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, Oceania
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, South America
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, South and Southeast Asia
  • Painting, Oil on Canvas, West Asia
  • Painting, Oil on Other Surface
  • Painting, Oil on Wood
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe, Central Europe
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe, France
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, Europe, Low Countries
  • Painting, Oil on Wood, North America
  • Painting, Tempera on Canvas
  • Painting, Tempera on Other Surface
  • Painting, Tempera on Wood
  • Painting, Watercolor
  • Painting, Watercolor on Ivory
  • Painting, Watercolor, Europe
  • Painting, Watercolor, North America
  • Painting, Watercolor, South and Southeast Asia
  • Painting, Watercolor, West Asia
  • Paladino, Mimmo (Italian, born 1948)
  • Palagi, Filippo Pelagio (Italian, 1775–1860)
  • Palermo Painter (Greek, active ca. 415–400 B.C.)
  • Palissy, Bernard (French, 1510–1590)
  • Palladio, Andrea (Italian, 1508–1580)
  • Palmer, Erastus Dow (American, 1817–1904)
  • Palumba, Giovanni Battista (Italian, active ca. 1500–1516)
  • Panini, Giovanni Paolo (Italian, 1692–1765)
  • Pannemaker, Pieter de (Netherlandish, active 1517–35)
  • Pannemaker, Willem de (Flemish, active 1535–78, died 1581)
  • Panton, Verner (Danish, 1926–1998)
  • Papier mâché
  • Papyrus
  • Paradisi, Domenico (Italian, active 1689–1721)
  • Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (Italian, 1503–1540)
  • Parry, Roger M. (French, 1905–1977)
  • Parsons, Charles (American, 1821–1910)
  • Paseas (Greek, active ca. 530–510 B.C.)
  • Pasquier Grenier of Tournai (South Netherlands, flourished 1447–93)
  • Pater, Jean–Baptiste Joseph (French, 1695–1736)
  • Patinir, Joachim (Netherlandish, active by 1515, died 1524)
  • Patou, Jean (French, 1887–1936)
  • Paxton, William McGregor (American, 1869–1941)
  • Payag (Indian, active ca. 1591–1658)
  • Peake, Robert, the Elder (British, ca. 1551–1619)
  • Peale, Charles Willson (American, 1741–1827)
  • Peale, James (American, 1749–1831)
  • Peale, Rembrandt (American, 1778–1860)
  • Pearce, Charles Sprague (American, 1851–1914)
  • Pearl
  • Peche, Dagobert (Austrian, 1887–1923)
  • Peck, Peter (German, 1500/10–1596)
  • Peckham, Robert (American, 1785–1877)
  • Pelham, Henry (American, 1749–1806)
  • Pellatt & Green, London (active London, first half of 19th century)
  • Penard, Isaac (Swiss, 1619–1676)
  • Penn, Irving (American, 1917–2009)
  • Penone, Guiseppe (Italian, born 1947)
  • Penthesilea Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. 460–ca. 440 B.C.)
  • Percier, Charles (French, 1764–1838)
  • Perelle, Adam (French, 1640–1695)
  • Peress, Gilles (French, born 1946)
  • Perino del Vaga (Pietro Buonaccorsi) (Italian, 1501–1547)
  • Permoser, Balthasar (German, 1651–1732)
  • Pernon, Camille (French, 1753–1808)
  • Perriand, Charlotte (French, 1903–1999)
  • Perronneau, Jean–Baptiste (French, 1715–1783)
  • Perry, Enoch Wood (American, 1831–1915)
  • Persephone Painter
  • Personal Ornament
  • Personal Ornament, Anklet
  • Personal Ornament, Armlet
  • Personal Ornament, Beads
  • Personal Ornament, Belt
  • Personal Ornament, Belt, Buckle
  • Personal Ornament, Bracelet
  • Personal Ornament, Brooch
  • Personal Ornament, Cameo
  • Personal Ornament, Diadem
  • Personal Ornament, Earrings
  • Personal Ornament, Fibula
  • Personal Ornament, for Clothing
  • Personal Ornament, Hairpiece
  • Personal Ornament, Head Ornament
  • Personal Ornament, Locket
  • Personal Ornament, Necklace
  • Personal Ornament, Nose Ornament
  • Personal Ornament, Pectoral
  • Personal Ornament, Pendant
  • Personal Ornament, Ring
  • Personal Ornament, Rosary
  • Personal Ornament, Timepiece
  • Personal Ornament, Torque
  • Perugino (Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci) (Italian, active by 1469–died 1523)
  • Peruzzi, Baldassare Tommaso (Italian, 1481–1536)
  • Pesce, Luigi (Italian, active 1848–1861)
  • Pesellino (Francesco di Stefano) (Italian, ca. 1422–1457)
  • Pesquera, Diego de (Spanish, active Granada 1563; Seville 1580)
  • Pether, William (British, 1738–1821)
  • Petitjean, Hippolyte (French, 1854–1929)
  • Pettibon, Raymond (American, born 1957)
  • Peuerbach, Georg von (1423–1461)
  • Pfalz, Rupert von der (Bohemian, 1619–1682)
  • Pheidias (Greek, ca. 500–432 B.C.)
  • Phillips, Ammi (American, 1788–1865)
  • Photograph
  • Photograph, organized by medium
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Albumen print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Autochrome
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Carbon print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Chromogenic print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Cyanotype
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Daguerreotype
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Digital print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Dye transfer print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Gelatin silver print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Gum bichromate print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Negative
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Palladium print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Photogenic drawing
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Photogravure
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Platinum print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Salt print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Silver dye bleach print
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Waxed paper negative
  • Photograph, organized by medium, Woodburytype
  • Photograph, organized by theme
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Abstract/Conceptual
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Animal
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Archaeological
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Cityscape/Architectural
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Genre Scene
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Landscape/Nature
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Nude
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Other
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Portrait
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Sculpture
  • Photograph, organized by theme, Still Life
  • Photograph, organized by theme, War
  • Phyfe, Duncan (Scottish, 1770–1854)
  • Picabia, Francis (French, 1879–1953)
  • Picart, Bernard (French, 1673–1733)
  • Picasso, Pablo (Spanish, 1881–1973)
  • Piccolomini, Aeneas Silvius (later Pope Pius II) (1405–1464)
  • Pichler, Giovanni (Italian, 1734–1791)
  • Piero della Francesca (Italian, ca. 1420–1492)
  • Pierre II Woeiriot (French, 1532–1596/99)
  • Pierre, Jean–Baptiste Marie (French, 1714–1789)
  • Pierson, Jack (American, born 1960)
  • Pierson, Pierre–Louis (French, 1822–1913)
  • Pietro di Domenico da Montepulciano (Italian, Marchigian, active first quarter of 15th century)
  • Pillement, Jean (French, 1727–1808)
  • Pilon, Germain (French, 1536/7–1590)
  • Pioté, Emanuel (Austrian, 1781–1865)
  • Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (Italian, 1720–1778)
  • Piretti, Giancarlo (Italian, born 1940)
  • Pissarro, Camille (French, 1830–1903)
  • Pisticci Painter (Greek, active ca. 440–410 B.C.)
  • Pistrucci, Benedetto (Italian, 1789–1855; active in England, 1815–55)
  • Plant Fiber
  • Plant Motif
  • Plaque
  • Plaster
  • Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (German, ca. 1460–1494)
  • Poiret, Paul (French, 1879–1944)
  • Poliziano (Politian), Angelo (1454–1494)
  • Polk, Charles Peale (American, 1767–1822)
  • Polke, Sigmar (German, born 1941)
  • Pollaiuolo, Antonio (Italian, Florentine, 1431/32–1498)
  • Pollock, Jackson (American, 1912–1956)
  • Polygnotos Group (Attic vase painters, active ca. 440—430 B.C.)
  • Polyptych
  • Pompon, François (French, 1855–1933)
  • Ponti, Gio (Italian, 1891–1979)
  • Pontormo, Jacopo da (Italian, 1494–1557)
  • Portrait, Ceramic
  • Portrait, Drawing
  • Portrait, Numismatics
  • Portrait, Other
  • Portrait, Painting
  • Portrait, Painting, Africa (Including Egypt)
  • Portrait, Painting, Central and North Asia
  • Portrait, Painting, East Asia
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, Central Europe
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, France
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Portrait, Painting, Europe, Low Countries
  • Portrait, Painting, Mexico and Central America
  • Portrait, Painting, North America
  • Portrait, Painting, South and Southeast Asia
  • Portrait, Painting, West Asia
  • Portrait, Photograph
  • Portrait, Photograph, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Portrait, Photograph, Europe
  • Portrait, Photograph, North America
  • Portrait, Photograph, West Asia
  • Portrait, Print
  • Portrait, Sculpture
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Portrait, Sculpture, East Asia
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, Central Europe
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, France
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Portrait, Sculpture, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Portrait, Sculpture, North America
  • Portrait, Sculpture, West Asia
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, East Asia
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe, Central Europe
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe, France
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Europe, Low Countries
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, Mexico and Central America
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, North America
  • Portrait, Self-Portrait, West Asia
  • Portrait, Textile
  • Possdorffer, or Poestdorffer, Johann (Bohemian or German, recorded 1620–24)
  • Potément, Adolphe–Martial, called Martial (French, Paris 1828–1883 Paris)
  • Pottier & Stymus Manufacturing Company (American, active ca. 1859–1910)
  • Pousette–Dart, Richard (American, 1916–1992)
  • Poussin, Nicolas (French, 1594–1665)
  • Powers, Hiram (American, 1805–1873)
  • Prada (Italian, founded 1913)
  • Pratt, Matthew (American, 1734–1805)
  • Prehistoric Art, Chalcolithic Period
  • Prehistoric Art, Early Bronze Age
  • Prehistoric Art, Iron Age
  • Prehistoric Art, Late Bronze Age
  • Prehistoric Art, Middle Bronze Age
  • Prehistoric Art, Neolithic Period
  • Prehistoric Art, Stone Age
  • Prendergast, Maurice (American, 1858–1924)
  • Preparatory Study
  • Preparatory Study, Drawing
  • Preparatory Study, Drawing, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Preparatory Study, Drawing, Europe
  • Preparatory Study, Drawing, North America
  • Preparatory Study, Painting
  • Preparatory Study, Sculpture
  • Preti, Mattia (Il Cavalier Calabrese) (Italian, 1613–1699)
  • Prevost, Victor (French, 1820–1881)
  • Price, William Lake (British, 1810–1896)
  • Price, William Lightfoot (American, 1861–1916)
  • Prieur, Barthélemy (French, ca. 1536–1611)
  • Primaticcio, Francesco (Italian, Bolognese, 1504–1570)
  • Prince Lu (Chinese, active 1628–44)
  • Prince, Richard (American, born 1949)
  • Princeton Group (Greek, active ca. 550–525 B.C.)
  • Print, Aquatint
  • Print, Blackwork
  • Print, Drypoint
  • Print, Engraving
  • Print, Engraving, Architectural
  • Print, Engraving, Historical
  • Print, Engraving, Moralizing
  • Print, Engraving, Mythological
  • Print, Engraving, Other
  • Print, Engraving, Portrait
  • Print, Engraving, Religious
  • Print, Etching
  • Print, Etching, Architectural
  • Print, Etching, Garden
  • Print, Etching, Genre
  • Print, Etching, Historical
  • Print, Etching, Moralizing
  • Print, Etching, Mythological
  • Print, Etching, Other
  • Print, Etching, Portrait
  • Print, Etching, Religious
  • Print, Lithograph
  • Print, Mezzotint
  • Print, Monotype
  • Print, Silkscreen
  • Print, Woodcut
  • Print, Woodcut, East Asia
  • Print, Woodcut, Europe
  • Procaccini, Giulio Cesare (Italian, 1574–1625)
  • Proctor, Alexander Phimister (American, 1862–1950)
  • Prud'hon, Pierre Paul (French, 1758–1823)
  • Psiax (Greek, active ca. 530–500 B.C.)
  • Pucci, Emilio (Italian, 1914–1992)
  • Pucelle, Jean (French, active in Paris, ca. 1320–34)
  • Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore (British, 1812–1852)
  • Pugin, Edward Welby (British, 1837–1875)
  • Pulzone, Scipione (Il Gaetano) (Italian, Roman, active by 1569, died 1598)
  • Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre (French, 1824–1898)
  • Puyo, Émile Joachim Constant (French, 1857–1933)
  • Python (Greek, active ca. 350–325 B.C.)
  • Qadimi
  • Qasim, son of cAli
  • Qi Baishi (Chinese, 1864–1957)
  • Qiao Bin (Chinese, active 1481–1507)
  • Qian Xuan (Chinese, ca. 1235–before 1307)
  • Qu Ding (Chinese, active ca. 1023–ca.1056)
  • Quercia, Jacopo della (Jacopo di Pietro d'Angelo, Jacopo della Fonte) (Italian, Sienese, 1374?–1438)
  • Questel, Charles–Auguste (French, 1807–1888)
  • Quilts and Coverlets
  • Qur'an
  • Rabanne, Paco (French, born Spain, 1934)
  • Racine, Johann G. (Swiss, active Berlin, recorded 1748)
  • Raffaellino del Garbo (also known as Raffaelle de' Capponi and Rafaelle de' Carli) (Italian, Florentine, 1466?–1524)
  • Rai Kalyan Das, known as Chitarman II (Indian, active 1715–60)
  • Railich, Pietro (Italian; active Padua, 17th century)
  • Raimondi, Marcantonio (Italian, ca. 1480–before 1534)
  • Rainbow
  • Rakotoarimanana, Martin (Malagasy, born 1963)
  • Ram, Domingo (Spanish, active 1464–1507)
  • Ram, Plateelbakkerij (Dutch, 1921–35)
  • Ram, Sita (Indian, active 1810–1822)
  • Ramage, John (Irish, ca. 1748–1802)
  • Ramírez, Manuel (Spanish, 1864–1916)
  • Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio or Santi) (Italian, Marchigian, 1483–1520)
  • Rasch, Anthony (American, born Germany, active ca. 1807–57)
  • Rateau, Armand–Albert (French, 1882–1938)
  • Ratel, Stanislas (French, 1824–1904)
  • Rauchwolff, Sixtus (German)
  • Rauschenberg, Robert (American, 1925–2008)
  • Ray, Charles (American, born 1953)
  • Ray, Man (American, 1890–1976)
  • Recco, Giuseppe (Italian, Neapolitan, 1634–1695)
  • Redlin, Michel (German, active 1680s)
  • Redon, Odilon (French, 1840–1916)
  • Regalia
  • Regiomontanus (Johannes Müller of Königsberg, 1436–1476)
  • Regnault, Henri (French, 1843–1871)
  • Reiber, Émile (French, 1826–1893)
  • Reigl, Judit (French, born Hungary, 1923)
  • Reinhart, Johann Christian (German, 1761–1847)
  • Reisai (Japanese, 18th–19th century)
  • Relics and Reliquaries
  • Religious Art, Buddhism
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Architectural Elements
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Arms and Armor
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Book
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Furniture
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Incense Burner
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Musical Instruments
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Painting
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Scroll
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Sculpture in the Round
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Sculpture Relief
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Textile
  • Religious Art, Buddhism, Vessel
  • Religious Art, Christianity
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Architectural Elements
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Book
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Cross
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Diptych
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Drawing
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Icon
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Implement
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Needlework
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Painting
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Personal Ornament
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Plaque
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Print
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Reliquary
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Sculpture in the Round
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Sculpture Relief
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Tabernacle
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Textile
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Triptych
  • Religious Art, Christianity, Vessel
  • Religious Art, Daoism
  • Religious Art, Daoism, Painting
  • Religious Art, Hinduism
  • Religious Art, Hinduism, Book
  • Religious Art, Hinduism, Painting
  • Religious Art, Hinduism, Sculpture in the Round
  • Religious Art, Hinduism, Sculpture Relief
  • Religious Art, Hinduism, Textile
  • Religious Art, Indigenous
  • Religious Art, Indigenous, Painting
  • Religious Art, Indigenous, Sculpture in the Round
  • Religious Art, Indigenous, Textile
  • Religious Art, Indigenous, Vessel
  • Religious Art, Islam
  • Religious Art, Islam, Amulet
  • Religious Art, Islam, Architectural Elements
  • Religious Art, Islam, Book
  • Religious Art, Islam, Calligraphy
  • Religious Art, Islam, Furniture
  • Religious Art, Islam, Glass
  • Religious Art, Islam, Sculpture Relief
  • Religious Art, Islam, Textile
  • Religious Art, Jainism
  • Religious Art, Jainism, Architectural Elements
  • Religious Art, Jainism, Book
  • Religious Art, Jainism, Sculpture in the Round
  • Religious Art, Judaism
  • Religious Art, Judaism, Painting
  • Religious Art, Judaism, Sculpture in the Round
  • Religious Art, Judaism, Vessel
  • Religious Art, Shinto
  • Religious Art, Shinto, Scroll
  • Religious Art, Shinto, Sculpture in the Round
  • Rembold, Matthäus (German, 1629–1657)
  • Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669)
  • Remiet, Pierre (French, 1368–1396)
  • Remington, Frederic (American, 1861–1909)
  • Ren Yi (Ren Bonian) (Chinese, 1840–1896)
  • Renger–Patzsch, Albert (German, 1897–1966)
  • Reni, Guido (Italian, 1575–1642)
  • Renoir, Auguste (French, 1841–1919)
  • Repin, Ilia Efimovich (Russian, 1844–1930)
  • Revere, Paul (American, 1734–1818)
  • Reymond, Pierre (French, 1513–after 1584)
  • Reynolds, Joshua (British, 1723–1792)
  • Ribera, Jusepe de (called Lo Spagnoletto) (Spanish, 1591–1652)
  • Ricci, Sebastino (Italian, 1659–1734)
  • Richards, William Trost (American, 1833–1905)
  • Richter, Gerhard (German, born 1932)
  • Rie, Lucie (British, born Austria, 1902–1995)
  • Riemenschneider, Tilman (German, 1460–1531, active in Wurzburg, 1483–1525)
  • Riesener, Jean–Henri (French, 1734–1806)
  • Rietveld, Gerrit (Dutch, 1888–1964)
  • Rigaud, Jacques (French, 1681–1754)
  • Rinehart, William Henry (American, 1825–1874)
  • Ring, Ludger tom, the Younger (German, 1522–1584)
  • Ringgold, Faith (American, born 1930)
  • Ringuet–Leprince, Auguste–Émile (French, 1801–1886)
  • Rio Branco, Miguel (Brazilian, born 1946)
  • Rivera, Diego (Mexican, 1886–1957)
  • Robert, Hubert (French, 1733–1808)
  • Robert, Louis–Rémy (French, 1810–1882)
  • Roberts, Mary (English, active United States, died 1761)
  • Robertson, Walter (Irish, ca. 1750–1802)
  • Robetta, Cristoforo di Michele (Italian, Florentine, b. 1462–1535)
  • Robineau, Adelaide Alsop (American, 1865–1929)
  • Robinson, Henry Peach (British, 1830–1901)
  • Robinson, Theodore (American, 1852–1896)
  • Røbye, Martinus (Danish, born Norway, 1803–1848)
  • Roche, Thomas C. (American, died 1895)
  • Rochford, Daniel (American, 1900–1989)
  • Rock Art
  • Rodchenko, Alexander (Russian, 1891–1956)
  • Rodin, Auguste (French, 1840–1917)
  • Roentgen, Abraham (German, 1711–1793)
  • Roentgen, David (German, 1743–1807)
  • Rogers, Mary (British, born 1929)
  • Rogers, Ruth (American, born ca. 1731)
  • Roghman, Geertruyt (Dutch, 1625—1651/57)
  • Rogier van der Weyden (Netherlandish, ca. 1399–1464)
  • Rohlfs, Charles (American, 1853–1936)
  • Romagnési, Joseph–Antoine (French, ca. 1782–1852)
  • Romain des Ursins (Milan, rec. Lyon 1493–95)
  • Romanino, Girolamo (Italian, 1484/87–1560)
  • Romano, Giulio (Italian, Roman, ca. 1499–1546)
  • Rome (Ancient)
  • Romney, George (British, 1734–1802)
  • Rooker, Edward (British, 1711–1774)
  • Roosevelt, Nicholas (American, 1715–1769)
  • Rosa, Salvator (Italian, 1615–1673)
  • Rosaspina, Francesco (Italian, 1762–1841)
  • Rose, John (English, 2nd half of the 16th century–early 17th century)
  • Rosenquist, James (American, born 1933)
  • Rosler, Martha (American, born 1942)
  • Rosselli, Cosimo (Italian, Florentine, 1440–1507)
  • Rosselli, Francesco di Lorenzo (Italian, Florentine, 1448–before 1513)
  • Rossellino, Antonio (Italian, Florentine, 1427–ca. 1479)
  • Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (British, 1828–1882)
  • Rosso Fiorentino (Italian, Florentine, 1494–1540)
  • Rosso, Medardo (Italian, 1858–1928)
  • Rothko, Mark (American, born Russia, 1903–1970)
  • Rouillard, Noël (French, 1589–1646)
  • Rousseau the Younger, Jean (Swiss, 1606–1684)
  • Rousseau, Eugéne (French, 1827–1891)
  • Rousseau, Théodore (French, 1812–1867)
  • Roux, Alexander (American, born France, 1813–1886)
  • Rovner, Michal (Israeli, born 1957)
  • Rowlandson, Thomas (British, 1757–1827)
  • Rubber
  • Rubens, Peter Paul (Flemish, 1577–1640)
  • Ruckers, Hans, the Elder (Flemish, ca. 1545–1598)
  • Rueff Painter (Greek, active ca. 365–345 B.C.)
  • Ruff, Thomas (German, born 1958)
  • Ruge, Willi (German, 1882–1961)
  • Ruhlmann, Emile–Jacques (French, 1879–1933)
  • Rulers, Lists
  • Rumney, William (American, 1837–1927)
  • Ruscha, Ed (American, born 1937)
  • Rush, William (American, 1756–1833)
  • Russell, Andrew Joseph (American, 1830–1902)
  • Russell, Clarissa Peters (American, 1809–1854)
  • Russell, John (English, 1745–1806)
  • Russell, Moody (American, 1694–1761)
  • Rysbrack, John Michael (Flemish, 1684–1770)
  • Ryuryukio Shinsai (Japanese, mid–18th–early 19th century)
  • Ryûsa (Japanese, active 18th century)
  • Sabouroff Painter (Greek, active ca. 475–450 B.C.)
  • Sacchi, Andrea (Italian, Roman, ca. 1599–1661)
  • Sacrobosco, Johannes de (John Holybush, died 1256)
  • Sadaquain (Pakistani, 1930–1987)
  • Sadeler, Aegidius (Netherlandish, ca. 1568–1629)
  • Saint Laurent, Yves (French, born Algeria, 1936)
  • Saint–Gaudens, Augustus (American, 1848–1907)
  • Saint–Non, Jean Claude Richard de, Abbé de (French, 1727–1791)
  • Sakai Hoitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828)
  • Sakiyama, Takayuki (Japanese, born 1958)
  • Salle, David (American, born 1952)
  • Salomon, Erich (German, 1886–1944)
  • Salviati, Francesco (Francesco de' Rossi) (Italian, Florentine, 1510–1563)
  • Salzmann, Auguste (French, 1824–1872)
  • Samurai
  • Sánchez de Aguilera, Benito (Spanish, active ca. 1790–1800)
  • Sandby, Paul (British, baptized 1731–1809)
  • Sander, August (German, 1876–1964)
  • Sander, Karin (German, born 1957)
  • Sanderson, John (English, active from 1730, died 1774)
  • Sanderson, Sr., Robert (American, b. England, ca. 1608–1693)
  • Sano di Pietro (Ansano di Pietro di Mencio) (Italian, Sienese, 1405–1481)
  • Sapper, Richard (German, born 1932)
  • Sappho Painter (Greek, active ca. 500–490 B.C.)
  • Sarcophagus
  • Sargent, John Singer (American, 1856–1925)
  • Sargis (Armenian, fl. 1301–1353)
  • Sarpaneva, Timo (Finnish, 1926–2006)
  • Sarpedon Painter (Greek, active ca. 400–360 B.C.)
  • Sarto, Andrea del (Italian, Florentine, 1486–1530)
  • Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni) (Italian, Sienese, ca. 1400–1450)
  • Saturday Evening Girls Club (American, 1908–42)
  • Saulini, Luigi (Italian, 1819–1883)
  • Savage, Edward (American, 1761–1817)
  • Savery, Roelandt (Flemish, 1576–1639)
  • Saville, Jenny (British, born 1970)
  • Savoldo, Giovanni Gerolamo (Italian, Brescian, 1480/85–after 1548)
  • Sax, Charles Joseph (Belgian, 1791–1865)
  • Scamozzi, Vincenzo (Italian, 1552–1616)
  • Schamberg, Morton (American, 1881–1918)
  • Schäufelein, Hans (German, ca. 1480–ca. 1540)
  • Scherer, Georg Henrich (German, 1703–1778)
  • Schiaparelli, Elsa (Italian, 1890–1973)
  • Schiavone, Andrea (Andrea Medulic or Meldolla) (Italian, Venetian, ca. 1510?–1563)
  • Schiele, Egon (Austrian, 1890–1918)
  • Schinkel, Karl Friedrich (German, 1781–1841)
  • Schmidt, Johann (Austrian, active late 18th century)
  • Schmidt–Rottluff, Karl (German, 1884–1976)
  • Schnorr von Carolsfeld, Julius (German, 1794–1872)
  • Schnurer, Carolyn (American, born 1908)
  • Schoelcher, Marc (French, active 1798–1834)
  • Scholar
  • Schongauer, Martin (German, ca. 1435/50–1491)
  • Schreiner, Christian, the Younger (Muhlau, recorded 1499–1528)
  • Schuberth, Emilio (Italian, born 1904)
  • Schuech, Israel (German, Dresden, active ca. 1590–1610)
  • Schwarzkogler, Rudolf (Austrian, 1940–1969)
  • Scofield, John (British, active 1776–1796)
  • Scolari, Giuseppe (Italian, Vicenzan, 1550–1600)
  • Scroll
  • Scroll, Canvas
  • Scroll, Ivory
  • Scroll, Paper
  • Scroll, Silk
  • Scudder, Janet (American, 1869–1940)
  • Scully, Sean (American, born Ireland, 1945)
  • Sculpture, In the Round
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Central Africa
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Eastern Africa
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Egypt and Western North Africa
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Guinea Coast
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Southern Africa
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Western Africa
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Africa, Western and Central Sudan
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Central and North Asia
  • Sculpture, In the Round, East Asia
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Europe
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, Central Europe
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, France
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Sculpture, in the Round, Europe, Low Countries
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Sculpture, In the Round, North America
  • Sculpture, In the Round, Oceania
  • Sculpture, In the Round, South America
  • Sculpture, In the Round, South and Southeast Asia
  • Sculpture, In the Round, West Asia
  • Sculpture, Relief
  • Sculpture, Relief, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Sculpture, Relief, Central and North Asia
  • Sculpture, Relief, East Asia
  • Sculpture, Relief, Europe
  • Sculpture, Relief, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Sculpture, Relief, North America
  • Sculpture, Relief, Oceania
  • Sculpture, Relief, South America
  • Sculpture, Relief, South and Southeast Asia
  • Sculpture, Relief, West Asia
  • Scultori, Adamo (Italian, Mantuan, ca. 1530–1587)
  • Scultori, Giovanni Battista (Italian, Mantuan, 1503–1575)
  • Seal
  • Seal, Cylinder
  • Seal, Signet
  • Seal, Stamp
  • Searle, William (1634–1667)
  • Sears, Adeline Harris (American, 1839–1931)
  • Sears, Kate B. (American, active 1890s)
  • Seascape
  • Seasons
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Book
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Ceramic
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Collage
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Drawing
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Glass
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Ivory
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Lacquer
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Mosaic
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Painting
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Photography
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Print
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Screen
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Scroll
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Sculpture
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Stone
  • Seasons, organized by medium, Textile
  • Seasons, organized by type, Autumn
  • Seasons, organized by type, Spring
  • Seasons, organized by type, Summer
  • Seasons, organized by type, Winter
  • Sébah, J. Pascal (Turkish, 1823–1886)
  • Sebastiano del Piombo (Sebastiano Luciani) (Italian, Venetian, 1485/86–1547)
  • Seeley, George (American, 1880–1955)
  • Seeman, Enoch, the Younger (German, born Poland, ca. 1690–1744)
  • Segna di Buonaventura (Italian, Sienese, active by 1298, died 1326/31)
  • Sekaer, Peter (American, born Denmark, 1901–1950)
  • Sellas, Matteo (Italian, ca. 1612–1652)
  • Sené, Jean–Baptiste–Claude (French, 1751–1802)
  • Serlio, Sebastiano (Italian, 1475–1554)
  • Serra, Richard (American, born San Francisco 1938)
  • Serrurier–Bovy, Gustave (Belgian, 1858–1910)
  • Sérusier, Paul (French, 1864–1927)
  • Sesson Shukei (Japanese, 1504–1589?)
  • Seurat, Georges (French, 1859–1891)
  • Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)
  • Seymour, David "Chim" (American, born Poland, 1911–1956)
  • Seymour, Thomas (American, 1771–1848)
  • Shah Quli (Turkish, active ca. mid–16th century)
  • Shahn, Ben (American, born Lithuania, 1898–1969)
  • Sharples, James (American, 1751–1811)
  • Shaw, Raqib (Indian, born 1974)
  • Sheeler, Charles (American, 1883–1965)
  • Shell
  • Shen Nanpin (Shen Quan) (Chinese, 1682–1758)
  • Sheraton, Thomas (British, 1751–1806)
  • Sherman, Cindy (American, born 1954)
  • Shi Lu (Chinese, 1919–1982)
  • Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807–1891)
  • Shinn, Everett (American, 1876–1953)
  • Shitao (Zhu Ruoji) (Chinese, 1642–1707)
  • Shore, Stephen (American, born 1947)
  • Shunk, Harry (German, born 1942–2006)
  • Shustak, Lawrence N. (American, 1926–2003)
  • Shūtaku, Ryūshū (Japanese, 1307–1388)
  • Sick, Johann Christian (German, 1766–1824)
  • Siegen, Ludwig von (German, 1609–after 1676)
  • Sigalon, Antoine (French, 1524–1590)
  • Signac, Paul (French, 1863–1935)
  • Signorelli, Luca (Luca d'Egidio di Luca di Ventura) (Italian, active by 1470–died 1523)
  • Siloe, Gil de (Spanish, active 1475–1505)
  • Silvestre, Israel (French, 1621–1691)
  • Simmons, Laurie (American, born 1949)
  • Simpson, Anna Frances (American, 1880–1930)
  • Singh, Arpita (Indian, born 1937)
  • Singh, Raghubir (Indian, 1942–1999)
  • Siqueiros, David Alfaro (Mexican, 1896–1974)
  • Siskind, Aaron (American, 1903–1991)
  • Sisley, Alfred (British, 1839–1899)
  • Sloan, John (American, 1871–1951)
  • Smibert, John (American, born Scotland, 1688–1751)
  • Smith & Wesson (American, established 1852)
  • Smith, David (American, 1906–1965)
  • Smith, John Rubens (American, 1775–1849)
  • Smith, Kiki (American, born 1954)
  • Smithson, Robert (American, 1938–1973)
  • Smorsone, Giovanni (Italian, active 1702–38)
  • Soami (Kangaku Shinso) (Japanese, died 1525)
  • Solario, Andrea (Italian, Milanese, ca. 1465–1524)
  • Solimena, Francesco (Italian, 1657–1747)
  • Sorgh, Hendrick (Dutch, 1609/11—1670)
  • Sorolla y Bastida, Joaquin (Spanish, 1863–1923)
  • Sottsass, Ettore (Italian, born Austria 1917)
  • Soudbinine, Séraphin (French, born Russia, 1870–1944)
  • Soufflot, Jacques–Germain (French, 1713–1780)
  • Soumaine, Simeon (American, baptized 1685–ca. 1750)
  • Southworth, Albert Sands (American, 1811–1894)
  • Soutine, Chaim (French, born Lithuania, 1893–1943)
  • Sozzo, Niccolò di ser (Italian, active ca. 1334–died 1363)
  • Speckaert, Hans (Flemish, died ca. 1577)
  • Spencer, Lilly Martin (American, 1822—1902)
  • Spencer, Nile (American, 1893–1952)
  • Sphinx
  • Spilliaert, Léon (Belgian, 1881–1946)
  • Sports
  • Spranger, Bartholomeus (Netherlandish, 1546–1611)
  • Stained Glass
  • Stanley, John Mix (American, 1814–1872)
  • Stanzione, Massimo (Italian, 1585–1656)
  • Starck, Philippe (French, born 1949)
  • Starkey, Mehitable (American, born ca. 1743)
  • Stauffer, Johann Anton (Austrian, ca. 1805–after 1851)
  • Steen, Jan (Dutch, 1626–1679)
  • Steichen, Edward J. (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973)
  • Steiner, Ralph (American, 1899–1986)
  • Steinert, Otto (German, 1915–1978)
  • Steir, Pat (American, born 1938)
  • Stella, Joseph (American, born Italy, 1877–1946)
  • Stent, Peter (British, active 1642–1665)
  • Stern, Grete (Argentinian, born Germany, 1904–1999)
  • Sterne, Hedda (American, born Romania, 1910)
  • Stickley, Gustav (American, 1858–1942)
  • Stieglitz, Alfred (American, 1864–1946)
  • Still Life
  • Still, Clyfford (American, 1904–1980)
  • Stock, Andries (Netherlandish, 1572/82–1648)
  • Stock, Joseph Whiting (American, 1815–1855)
  • Stone, Agate
  • Stone, Alabaster
  • Stone, Arthur John (American, born England, 1847–1938)
  • Stone, Basalt
  • Stone, Carnelian
  • Stone, Chlorite
  • Stone, Flint/Chert
  • Stone, Garnet
  • Stone, Granite
  • Stone, Jade
  • Stone, Jasper
  • Stone, Lapis Lazuli
  • Stone, Limestone
  • Stone, Marble
  • Stone, Marble, Architectural Elements
  • Stone, Marble, Other
  • Stone, Marble, Sculpture, In the Round
  • Stone, Marble, Sculpture, Relief
  • Stone, Miscellaneous
  • Stone, Pipestone
  • Stone, Precious
  • Stone, Quartz
  • Stone, Rock Crystal
  • Stone, Sandstone
  • Stone, Schist
  • Stone, Semi-Precious
  • Stone, Steatite
  • Stone, Turquoise
  • Stoneware
  • Storrs, John (American, 1885–1956)
  • Story, William Wetmore (American, 1819–1895)
  • Stoskopff, Sebastien (Alsatian, 1597–1657)
  • Stoss, Veit (German, ca. 1445–1533)
  • Stradivari, Antonio (Italian, 1644–1737)
  • Straet, Jan van der, called Stradanus (Netherlandish, 1523–1605)
  • Strand, Paul (American, 1890–1976)
  • Strassburger Werkstattgemeinschaft (German)
  • Strozzi, Zanobi (Italian, 1412–1468)
  • Struth, Thomas (German, born 1954)
  • Stuart, Gilbert (American, 1755–1828)
  • Stucco
  • Stuttgart Group (Greek, active ca. 340–305 B.C.)
  • Subleyras, Pierre Hubert (French, 1699–1749)
  • Sudek, Josef (Czech, 1896–1976)
  • Sudo, Reiko (Japanese, born 1953)
  • Sully, Thomas (American, born England, 1783–1872)
  • Sultan cAli Mashhadi (Afghani, active late 15th–early 16th century [d. 1519])
  • Sultan Muhammad (Iranian, active first half of 16th century)
  • Sultan Muhammad Nur (Uzbekistani, active first half of 16th century)
  • Surugue, Louis (French, ca. 1686–1762)
  • Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese, 1725–1770)
  • Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858)
  • Suzuki Shonen (Japanese, 1849–1918)
  • Swan, Abraham (British, active 1745–1768)
  • Symonds shop tradition (American, active 17th century)
  • Synthetic Materials
  • Synthetic Materials, Clothing
  • Synthetic Materials, Furniture
  • Synthetic Materials, Plastic
  • Synthetic Materials, Sculpture
  • Tabard, Maurice (French, 1897–1984)
  • Tablet
  • Talbert, Bruce J. (British, 1838–1881)
  • Talbot, William Henry Fox (British, 1800–1877)
  • Taleides Painter (Attic vase painter, active ca. 540–530 B.C.)
  • Tamayo, Rufino (Mexican, 1899–1991)
  • Tanguy, Yves (American, born France, 1900–1955)
  • Tapestry
  • Tapestry, Cotton
  • Tapestry, Linen
  • Tapestry, Silk
  • Tapestry, Silk, East Asia
  • Tapestry, Silk, Europe
  • Tapestry, Synthetic
  • Tapestry, Wool
  • Tapestry, Wool, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Tapestry, Wool, Europe
  • Tara (Indian, active 1836–68)
  • Tarbell, Edmund Charles (American, 1862–1938)
  • Tarporley Painter (Greek, active ca. 400–380 B.C.)
  • Taunay, Nicolas Antoine (French, 1755–1830)
  • Tawaraya Sotatsu (Japanese, active early 17th century)
  • Taxidermy
  • Tayar, Ali (American, born Turkey, 1959)
  • Taylor, Herbert (American, 1892–1942)
  • Tecchler, David (German, active Rome, 1666–1747)
  • Tekelü, Ahmed (Possibly Iranian, active Istanbul, ca. 1520–30)
  • Tempesta, Antonio (Italian, 1555–1630)
  • Ten Eyck, Koenraet (American, 1678–1753)
  • Teniers the Younger, David (Flemish, 1610–1690)
  • Testa, Pietro (Italian, Roman, 1612–1650)
  • Textile, Brocade
  • Textile, Cotton
  • Textile, Cotton, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Textile, Cotton, Central and North Asia
  • Textile, Cotton, East Asia
  • Textile, Cotton, Europe
  • Textile, Cotton, North America
  • Textile, Cotton, Oceania
  • Textile, Cotton, South America
  • Textile, Cotton, South and Southeast Asia
  • Textile, Cotton, West Asia
  • Textile, Crepe
  • Textile, Linen
  • Textile, Miscellaneous
  • Textile, Plant Fiber
  • Textile, Rayon
  • Textile, Silk
  • Textile, Silk, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Textile, Silk, Central and North Asia
  • Textile, Silk, East Asia
  • Textile, Silk, Europe
  • Textile, Silk, North America
  • Textile, Silk, South and Southeast Asia
  • Textile, Silk, West Asia
  • Textile, Synthetic
  • Textile, Velvet
  • Textile, Wool
  • Textile, Wool, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Textile, Wool, Central and North Asia
  • Textile, Wool, East Asia
  • Textile, Wool, Europe
  • Textile, Wool, North America
  • Textile, Wool, South America
  • Textile, Wool, South and Southeast Asia
  • Textile, Wool, West Asia
  • Teynard, Félix (French, 1817–1892)
  • Thaxter, Celia Laighton (American, 1835–1894)
  • Theater
  • Thelot, Johann Andreas (German, 1655–1734)
  • Theus, Jeremiah (American, 1716–1774)
  • Thomas, John D. (American)
  • Thomas, Mary Ann (American, born 1772)
  • Thomire, Pierre Philippe (French, 1751–1843)
  • Thompson, Jerome B. (American, 1814–1886)
  • Thorvaldsen, Bertel (Danish, 1768/70–1844)
  • Thurston, John (American, 1607–1685)
  • Tieffenbrucker, Wendelin (Italian; active Padua, late 16th century)
  • Tielke, Joachim (German, 1641–1719)
  • Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Italian, 1696–1770)
  • Tiepolo, Giovanni Domenico (Italian, 1727–1804)
  • Tiffany & Company (American, 1837–present)
  • Tiffany, Louis Comfort (American, 1848–1933)
  • Tile
  • Tillmans, Wolfgang (German, born 1968)
  • Tinguely, Jean (Swiss, 1925–1991)
  • Tintoretto, Jacopo (Jacopo Robusti) (Italian, 1519–1594)
  • Tissot, James (French, 1836–1902)
  • Tithonos Painter (Greek, active ca. 500–475 B.C.)
  • Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (Italian, Venetian, ca. 1485/90?–1576)
  • Todini, Michele (Italian, 1616–1690)
  • Toledo, Francisco (Mexican, born 1940)
  • Tompion, Thomas (English, 1638–1713)
  • Tortoiseshell
  • Toshusai Sharaku (Japanese, active 1794–95)
  • Tosini, Ridolfo (Italian, 1503–1577)
  • Tosa Mitsuoki (Japanese, 1617–1691)
  • Tosa Mitsuyoshi (Japanese, 1539–1613)
  • Toulouse–Lautrec, Henri de (French, 1864–1901)
  • Tournachon, Adrien (French, 1825–1903)
  • Toutin, Jean I (French, 1578–1644)
  • Touyl, Jean de (French, died 1349)
  • Townsend, John (American, 1733–1809)
  • Townsend, Thomas (American, 1742–1827)
  • Trade (1000 B.C.-1 A.D.)
  • Trade (1000-1400 A.D.)
  • Trade (1400-1600 A.D.)
  • Trade (1-500 A.D.)
  • Trade (1600-1800 A.D.)
  • Trade (1800-1900 A.D.)
  • Trade (1900 A.D.-present)
  • Trade (2000-1000 B.C.)
  • Trade (500-1000 A.D.)
  • Trade (8000-2000 B.C.)
  • Traversi, Gaspare (Italian, 1722–1770)
  • Treviso, Girolamo (Italian, ca. 1498–1544)
  • Tripod
  • Triptych
  • Trompe l'oeil
  • Troschel, Hans, the Elder (German, 1549–1612)
  • Trott, Benjamin (American, ca. 1770–1841)
  • Trumbull, John (American, 1756–1843)
  • Tugio, Guinta di (Italian, died ca. 1466)
  • Tura, Cosmè (Cosimo di Domenico di Bonaventura) (Italian, Ferrarese, ca. 1433–1495)
  • Turner, Benjamin Brecknell (British, 1815–1894)
  • Turner, Jessie Franklin (American, 1881–1956)
  • Turner, Joseph Mallord William (British, 1775–1851)
  • Turner, William, of Oxford (British, 1789–1862)
  • Twachtman, John Henry (American, 1853–1902)
  • Twibill Jr., George T. (American, 1806–1836)
  • Uchida, Shigeru (Japanese, born 1943)
  • Ugolino da Siena (Ugolino da Nerio) (Italian, Sienese, active by 1317–died ?1339/49)
  • Ukita Ikkei (Japanese, 1795–1859)
  • Umbo (Otto Umbehr) (German, 1902–1980)
  • Underworld Painter (Greek, active ca. 345–310 B.C.)
  • Ungaro, Emanuel (French, born 1933)
  • Union Porcelain Works (American, 1863–ca. 1922)
  • United States, Nineteenth-Century Art
  • United States, Twentieth-Century Art
  • Ursentaler, Ulrich (Austrian, rec. 1508–35)
  • Utagawa Kuniyasu (Japanese, 1794–1832)
  • Utagawa Sadahide (Japanese, 1807–1873)
  • Vaccaro, Michael (American, born 1922)
  • Vachette, Adrien Jean Maximillian (French, 1753–1839)
  • Vaillant, Wallerant (Dutch, 1623–1677)
  • Valadier, Luigi (Italian, 1726–1785)
  • Valdés, Manolo (Spanish, born 1942)
  • Valenciennes, Pierre Henri de (French, 1750–1819)
  • Valentino (Italian, born 1932)
  • Valesio, Giovanni Luigi (Italian, 1583?–1633)
  • Vallayer–Coster, Anne (French, 1744–1818)
  • Vallien, Bertil (Swedish, born 1938)
  • Vallin, Nicholas (Flemish, active London ca. 1590, died 1603)
  • Vallou de Villeneuve, Julien (French, 1795–1866)
  • Valturio, Roberto (Italian, 1405–1475)
  • Vanderbank, John (Flemish, active 1683–1717)
  • Vanderlyn, John (American, 1775–1852)
  • Varley, Cornelius (British, 1781– 1873)
  • Vasari, Giorgio (Italian, 1511–1574)
  • Vasaro, Giovanni Maria (Italian, active early 16th century)
  • Vasters, Reinhold (German, 1827–1909)
  • Van Ceulen the Elder, Johannes (Dutch, recorded 1676, died 1715)
  • van der Goes, Hugo (Netherlandish, active by 1467, died 1482)
  • van der Helst, Bartholomeus (Dutch, ca. 1612/15–1670)
  • Vecellio, Cesare (Italian, 1521–1601)
  • Vedder, Elihu (American, 1836–1923)
  • Veerendael, Nicolas van (Flemish, 1640–1691)
  • Velázquez (Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez) (Spanish, 1599–1660)
  • Velde, Henry van de (Belgian, 1863–1957)
  • Velde, Jan van de, IV (Dutch, before 1610–1686)
  • Vell (Voll), Georg (German)
  • Vellert, Dirck (Netherlandish, ca. 1480/85–ca. 1547)
  • Vellum
  • Veneziano, Agostino (Agostino dei Musi) (Italian, ca, 1490–after 1536)
  • Venturi, Robert (America, born 1925)
  • Venturini, Giovanni Franceso (Italian, active ca. 1650–1700)
  • Verdizotti, Giovanni Maria (Italian, 1525–1600)
  • Verkolje, Nicholas (Dutch, 1673–1746)
  • Vermeer, Johannes (Dutch, 1632–1675)
  • Vernet, Carle (Antoine Charles Horace) (French, 1758–1836)
  • Vernet, Horace (French, 1789–1863)
  • Verona, Stefano da (Stefano di Giovanni) (Italian, 1374/75–?ca. 1438)
  • Veronese, Paolo (Paolo Caliari) (Italian, Venetian, 1528–1588)
  • Van Erp, Dirk (American, born Netherlands, 1862–1933)
  • Versace, Gianni (Italian, 1946–1997)
  • Verschaffelt, Peter Anton (Flemish, 1710–1793)
  • Verstille, William (American, 1755–1803)
  • Vesalius, Andreas (1514–1564)
  • Vessel
  • Vessel, Box
  • Vessel, Box, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Vessel, Box, East Asia
  • Vessel, Box, Europe
  • Vessel, Box, South and Southeast Asia
  • Vessel, Box, West Asia
  • Vessel, Chalice
  • Vessel, Deep (Cup, Bowl)
  • Vessel, Deep, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Vessel, Deep, Central and North Asia
  • Vessel, Deep, East Asia
  • Vessel, Deep, Europe
  • Vessel, Deep, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Vessel, Deep, North America
  • Vessel, Deep, South America
  • Vessel, Deep, South and Southeast Asia
  • Vessel, Deep, West Asia
  • Vessel, Figural
  • Vessel, Figural, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Vessel, Figural, East Asia
  • Vessel, Figural, Europe
  • Vessel, Figural, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Vessel, Figural, North America
  • Vessel, Figural, South America
  • Vessel, Figural, South and Southeast Asia
  • Vessel, Figural, West Asia
  • Vessel, organized by culture
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Central and North Asia
  • Vessel, organized by culture, East Asia
  • Vessel, organized by culture, East Asia, China
  • Vessel, organized by culture, East Asia, Japan
  • Vessel, organized by culture, East Asia, Korea
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Balkan Peninsula (including Greece)
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, France
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Europe, Low Countries
  • Vessel, organized by culture, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Vessel, organized by culture, North America
  • Vessel, organized by culture, South America
  • Vessel, organized by culture, South and Southeast Asia
  • Vessel, organized by culture, West Asia
  • Vessel, Shallow (Platter, Plate, Basin, Bowl)
  • Vessel, Shallow, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Vessel, Shallow, Central and North Asia
  • Vessel, Shallow, East Asia
  • Vessel, Shallow, Europe
  • Vessel, Shallow, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Vessel, Shallow, North America
  • Vessel, Shallow, Oceania
  • Vessel, Shallow, South America
  • Vessel, Shallow, South and Southeast Asia
  • Vessel, Shallow, West Asia
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Bowl
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Bowl, Porringer
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Bowl, Punch Bowl
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Bowl, Sugar Bowl
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Bowl, Two-Handled Bowl
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Box
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Box, Tea Caddy
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Beaker
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Cann
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Chalice
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Goblet
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Loving Cup
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Tankard
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Drinking Vessel, Wine Cup
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, organized by geography, Africa and Egypt
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, organized by geography, East Asia
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, organized by geography, Europe
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, organized by geography, North America
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, organized by geography, West Asia
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Basin
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Chocolate Pot
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Coffeepot
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Creamer
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Entrée Dish
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Entrée Dish
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Ewer
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Jug
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Sauceboat
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Teapot
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Tea or Coffee Service
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Tray
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Tray, Plateau
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Tray, Salver
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Serving Vessel, Urn
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Spoon
  • Vessel, Silver Vessel, Spoon, Ladle
  • Vessel, Tall (Vase, Pitcher, Bottle)
  • Vessel, Tall, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Vessel, Tall, Central and North Asia
  • Vessel, Tall, East Asia
  • Vessel, Tall, Europe
  • Vessel, Tall, Mesoamerica and Central America
  • Vessel, Tall, North America
  • Vessel, Tall, Oceania
  • Vessel, Tall, South America
  • Vessel, Tall, South and Southeast Asia
  • Vessel, Tall, West Asia
  • Vianen, Paulus Willemsz. van (Netherlandish, ca. 1570–ca. 1613/14)
  • Vico, Enea (Italian, 1523–1567)
  • Video
  • Vigée Le Brun, Élisabeth Louise (French, 1755–1842)
  • Villers, Marie–Denise (French, 1774–1821)
  • Villa Giulia Painter (Greek, active ca. 475–450 B.C.)
  • Viola, Bill (American, born 1951)
  • Vionnet, Madeleine (French, 1876–1975)
  • Visscher, Claes Jansz (Dutch, 1586–1652)
  • van Kessel, Theodor (Dutch, 1620–1660)
  • Vlaminck, Maurice de (French, 1876–1958)
  • van Meckenem, Israhel (German, ca. 1440/45–1503)
  • Volkmar, Charles (American, 1841–1914)
  • Volpato, Giovanni (Italian, 1740–1803)
  • von Dillis, Johann Georg (German, 1759–1841)
  • Von Furstenberg, Diane (American, born Brussels 1946)
  • von Hulsen, Esaias (Dutch, ca. 1570–before 1626)
  • von Leypold, Carl Julius (German, 1805–1874)
  • von Menzel, Adolf (German, 1815–1905)
  • von Reutlingen, Hans (German, ca.1465–ca.1547)
  • Vonnoh, Bessie Potter (American, 1872–1955)
  • Voronikhin, Andrei N. (Russian, 1759–1814)
  • Vorsterman the Elder, Lucas (Flemish, 1595–1675)
  • Vosmaer, Jacob (Dutch, born about 1584, died 1641)
  • Vouet, Simon (1590–1649)
  • Voysey, C.F.A. (British, 1857–1941)
  • Vries, Adriaen de (Netherlandish, ca. 1545–1626)
  • Vrijthoff, Lambertus (Dutch, recorded 1724–66, died 1769)
  • Vuillard, Édouard (French, 1868–1940)
  • van Vliet, Hendrick (Dutch, 1611/12—1675)
  • Wagenfeld, Wilhelm (German, 1900–1990)
  • Walbaum, Matthias (German, 1554–1632; active in Augsburg 1579–1632)
  • Waldo, Samuel Lovett (American, 1783–1861)
  • Walker, Edna M. (American, 1880–?)
  • Wall, Jeff (Canadian, born 1946)
  • Wals, Goffredo (German, born ca. 1590–95, died 1638–40)
  • Wang Hui (Chinese, 1632–1717)
  • Wang Meng (Chinese, ca. 1308–1385)
  • Wang Shimin (Chinese, 1592–1680)
  • Wang Yuanqi (Chinese, 1642–1715)
  • Wang Zhen (Chinese, 1867–1938)
  • Ward, John Quincy Adams (American, 1830–1910)
  • Warfare
  • Warhol, Andy (American, 1930–1987)
  • Warner, Olin Levi (American, 1844–1896)
  • Washing Painter (Greek, ca. 450–420 B.C.)
  • Watanabe, Junya (Japanese, born 1961)
  • Watelet, Claude Henri (French, 1714–1789)
  • Watkins, Carlton E. (American, 1829–1916)
  • Watson, Thomas (British, 1748–1781)
  • Watteau, Jean Antoine (French, 1684–1721)
  • Watzek, Hans (Austrian, 1848–1903)
  • Webb, Philip (British, 1831–1915)
  • Weber, Franz Adam (German, active to 1759[?])
  • Weber, Max (American, 1881–1961)
  • Wechter, Johannes (German, ca. 1550–after 1606)
  • Wedgwood, Josiah (British, 1730–1795)
  • Weenix, Jan (Dutch, born about 1641?, died 1719)
  • Weiman, Adolph Alexander (American, 1870–1952)
  • Weir, Julian Alden (American, 1852–1919)
  • Weishaupt, H. (American, act. 19th century)
  • Wen Zhengming (Chinese, 1470–1559)
  • Wenger, Gregori Ferdinand (German; active Augsburg, 18th century)
  • Werve, Claus de (Franco–Netherlandish, ca. 1380–1439, active in Burgundy, 1396–ca. 1439)
  • West Asia, Anatolia and the Caucasus
  • West Asia, Arabian Peninsula
  • West Asia, Byzantium
  • West Asia, Eastern Mediterranean
  • West Asia, Iran
  • West Asia, Iraq
  • West, Benjamin (American, 1738–1820)
  • Weston, Edward (American, 1886–1958)
  • Westwood, Vivienne (British, born 1941)
  • Weyden, Goswjin van der (Netherlandish, active by 1491, died after 1538)
  • Weyhe, Bernhard Heinrich (German, 1702–1782)
  • Wheatley, Francis (British, 1747–1801)
  • Wheeler, Candace (American, 1827–1925)
  • Wheeler, Dora (American, 1856–1940)
  • Whipple, John Adams (American, 1822–1891)
  • Whistler, James McNeill (American, 1834–1903)
  • White, Clarence H. (American, 1871–1925)
  • White, Henry (British, 1819–1903)
  • White, Minor (American, 1908–1976)
  • White, Rebekah (American born ca. 1753)
  • Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt (American, 1875–1942)
  • Whittredge, Worthington (American, 1820–1910)
  • Wildsmith, John (English, active 1757–69)
  • Wilkinson, Charles (American, born Britain, 1897–1986)
  • Willcutt, Myra Bates (American, 1798–1885)
  • Williams, Fred (Australian, 1927–1982)
  • Williams, Sarah Furman Warner (American)
  • Wilson, Richard (British, 1712/13–1782)
  • Winograd, Garry (American, 1928–1984)
  • Winslow, Edward (American, 1669–1753)
  • Winterhalter, Franz Xaver (German, 1805–1875)
  • Wolfers, Philippe (Belgian, 1858–1929)
  • Wolgemut, Michael (German, 1434/37–1519)
  • Wollaston, John (British, active 1733–1767)
  • Women Artists, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Women Artists, East Asia
  • Women Artists, Europe
  • Women Artists, Mexico and Central America
  • Women Artists, North America
  • Women Artists, South America
  • Women Artists, West Asia
  • Wood, Altarpiece
  • Wood, Architectural Elements
  • Wood, Arms and Armor
  • Wood, Furniture
  • Wood, Furniture, Africa (including Egypt)
  • Wood, Furniture, Central and North Asia
  • Wood, Furniture, East Asia
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, Central Europe (including Germany)
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, France
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, Great Britain and Ireland
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, Iberian Peninsula
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, Italian Peninsula
  • Wood, Furniture, Europe, Low Countries
  • Wood, Furniture, North America
  • Wood, Furniture, South and Southeast Asia
  • Wood, Furniture, West Asia
  • Wood, Implement
  • Wood, Joseph (American, 1778–1832)
  • Wood, Musical Instrument
  • Wood, organized by technique
  • Wood, organized by technique, Carved
  • Wood, organized by technique, Ebonized
  • Wood, organized by technique, Encaustic
  • Wood, organized by technique, Gessoed
  • Wood, organized by technique, Gilded
  • Wood, organized by technique, Inlaid
  • Wood, organized by technique, Lacquered
  • Wood, organized by technique, Painted
  • Wood, organized by technique, Paneled
  • Wood, organized by technique, Polychromed
  • Wood, organized by technique, Stained
  • Wood, organized by type
  • Wood, organized by type, Ash
  • Wood, organized by type, Bamboo
  • Wood, organized by type, Birch
  • Wood, organized by type, Boxwood
  • Wood, organized by type, Cedar
  • Wood, organized by type, Chestnut
  • Wood, organized by type, Ebony
  • Wood, organized by type, Elm
  • Wood, organized by type, Exotic woods
  • Wood, organized by type, Fruitwood
  • Wood, organized by type, Lindenwood
  • Wood, organized by type, Mahogany
  • Wood, organized by type, Maple
  • Wood, organized by type, Marquetry woods
  • Wood, organized by type, Oak
  • Wood, organized by type, Other
  • Wood, organized by type, Pine
  • Wood, organized by type, Poplar
  • Wood, organized by type, Rosewood
  • Wood, organized by type, Spruce
  • Wood, organized by type, Sycamore
  • Wood, organized by type, Walnut
  • Wood, Personal Ornament
  • Wood, Sculpture in the Round
  • Wood, Sculpture Relief
  • Wood, Vessel
  • Wootton, John (British, 1681/82–1764)
  • Workshop of Master Tilman (German, active late 15th century)
  • Worth, Charles Frederick (French, born England, 1825–1895)
  • Wright, Frank Lloyd (American, 1867–1959)
  • Wright, Mary (American, 1740–1829)
  • Wright, Russel (American, 1904–1976)
  • Wtewael, Joachim (Netherlandish, 1566–1638)
  • Wtewael, Peter (Dutch, 1596–1660)
  • Wu Bin (Chinese, active ca. 1583–1626)
  • Wu Boli (Chinese, active, late 14th–early 15th century)
  • Wu Changshi (Wu Changshuo) (Chinese, 1844–1927)
  • Wu Li (Chinese, 1632–1718)
  • Wu Zhen (Chinese, 1280–1354)
  • Wyngaerde, Anton van den (Flemish, 1525–1571)
  • Wynkoop, Benjamin (American, ca. 1675–1751)
  • Xanto Avelli da Rovigo, Francesco (Italian, ca. 1487–1542)
  • Xia Chang (Chinese, 1388–1470)
  • Xie Huan (Chinese, ca. 1370–ca. 1450)
  • Xia Gui (Chinese, active ca. 1195–1230)
  • Xu Beihong (Chinese, 1895–1953)
  • Xu Yang (Chinese, active ca. 1750–76)
  • Yamamoto, Yohji (Japanese, born 1943)
  • Yanagi, Sori (Japanese, born 1915)
  • Yang Meizi (Chinese, 1162–1232; empress to Ningzong, r. 1202–24)
  • Yantorny, Pietro (Italian, 1874–1936)
  • Yelu Chucai (Chinese, 1190–1244)
  • Yi Yuwon (Korean, 1814–1888)
  • Yoshitoshi, Tsukioka (Japanese, 1839–1892)
  • Yu Peng (Chinese, born 1955)
  • Yuan Jiang (Chinese, active ca. 1690–1746)
  • Zelma, Georgii (Russian, 1906–1984)
  • Zhang Daqian (Chinese, 1899–1983)
  • Zhang Xihuang (Chinese, active early 17th century)
  • Zhang Yucai (Chinese, active 1295–1316)
  • Zhao Cangyun (Chinese, active late 13th–early 14th century)
  • Zhao Mengfu (Chinese, 1254–1322)
  • Zhao Mengjian (Chinese, 1199–before 1267)
  • Zhao Zhiqian (Chinese, 1829–1884)
  • Zheng Min (Chinese, 1633–1683)
  • Zhou Dongqing (Chinese, active late 13th century)
  • Zhu Sansong (Chinese, ca. 1573–1619)
  • Zimmermann, Marie (American, 1879–1972)
  • Zocchi, Giuseppe (Italian, 1711/17–1767)
  • Zodiac
  • Zoffany, Johan Joseph (German, 1733–1810)
  • Zorn, Anders Leonard (Swedish, 1860–1920)
  • Zude (Chinese, surname unknown, active 16th or early 17th century)
  • Zumpe, Johannes (German, 1726–1790)
  • Zurbarán, Francisco de (Spanish, 1598–1664)