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  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Emerson, Peter Henry (British, born Cuba, 1856–1936)
  • Emmet, Rosina (American, 1854–1948)
  • Emmoser, Gerhard (Austrian, active 1556, died 1584)
  • 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.)
  • Evans, F.H. (British, 1853–1943)
  • Evans, Walker (American, 1903–1975)
  • Exekias (Greek, active 540–520 B.C.)
  • Eyck, Jan van (Netherlandish, ca. 1390–1441)