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Sincerely,

Steve Dickerson

  • Herb Aach (1923–1985), American painter and writer

  • Hans von Aachen (1552–1615), German manneristpainter

  • Pacita Abad (1946–2004), Philippines multi-media artist and painter

  • Vilmos Aba-Novák (1894–1941), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Riza Abbasi (1565–1635), Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher

  • Niccolò dell' Abbate (ca. 1510–1571), Italian painter

  • Giuseppe Abbati (1836–1868), Italian artist

  • Salomon van Abbé (1883–1955), English artist, etcher and illustrator

  • Louise Abbéma (1853–1927), French painter, sculptor and designer

  • Edwin Austin Abbey (1852–1911), American artist, illustrator and painter

  • Mary Abbott (1921–2019), American abstract expressionist painter

  • Basuki Abdullah (1915–1993), Southeast Asian realist painter

  • Rowena Meeks Abdy (1887–1945), American modernist landscape artist

  • Josef Abel (1768–1818), Austrian historical painter and etcher

  • Evelyn Abelson (1886–1967), English artist

  • Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–1977), American artist

  • John Brown Abercromby (1843–1929), Scottish painter

  • Johann Ludwig Aberli (1723–1786), Swiss painter and etcher

  • Anna Maria Barbara Abesch (1706–1773), Swiss reverse glass painter

  • Nikolaj Abraham Abildgaard (1743–1809), Danish artist, antiquarian and draftsman

  • Béla Apáti Abkarovics (1888–1957) Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Béla Nagy Abodi (1918–2012), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Ruth Abrahams (1931–2000), English artist

  • Herbert Abrams (1921–2003), American portraitist

  • Ruth Abrams (1912–1986), American painter

  • Philip Absolon (born 1960), English Stuckist artist

  • Otto Abt (1903–1982), Swiss surrealist painter

  • Ismail Acar (born 1971), Turkish painter

  • Bernard Accama (1697–1756), Dutch historical and portrait painter

  • Andreas Achenbach (1815–1910), German landscape painter

  • Oswald Achenbach (1827–1905), German landscape painter

  • Patrick Adam (1852–1929), Scottish painter

  • Elinor Proby Adams (1885–1945), English painter and illustrator

  • J. Ottis Adams (1851–1927), American impressionist

  • John Clayton Adams (1840–1906), English landscape artist

  • Pat Adams (born 1902), American painter and print-maker

  • Robert Adamson (1821–1848), Scottish photographer and chemist

  • Sarah Gough Adamson (1883–1963), Scottish landscape painter

  • Mary Adshead (1906–1983), English painter and muralist

  • Jankel Adler (1895–1949), Polish/English painter and print-maker

  • Mór Adler (1826–1902), Hungarian painter

  • Willem van Aelst (1627–1683), Dutch still-life painter

  • Pieter Aertsen (1508–1575), Dutch historical painter

  • Nadir Afonso (born 1920), Portuguese painter

  • Yaacov Agam (born 1928), Israeli sculptor and experimental artist

  • Jacques-Laurent Agasse (1767–1848), Swiss animal and landscape painter

  • Knud Agger (1895–1973), Danish painter

  • Gyula Aggházy (1850–1919), Hungarian painter and teacher

  • Lubna Agha (born 1949), South Asian artist

  • Christoph Ludwig Agricola (1667–1719), German landscape painter

  • Ai Xuan (born 1945), Chinese painter

  • John Macdonald Aiken (1880–1961), Scottish painter

  • Ai-Mitsu (1907–1946), Japanese surrealist

  • Edgar Ainsworth (1905–1975), English painter and illustrator

  • Ivan Aivazovsky (1817–1900), Russian painter

  • Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz (1852–1916), Polish portrait painter

  • Ras Akyem, Barbadian painter

  • Francesco Albani (1578–1660), Italian painter

  • Josef Albers (1888–1976), German/American artist, mathematician and educator

  • Mariotto Albertinelli (1474–1515), Italian painter

  • Giocondo Albertolli (1743–1839), Swiss/Italian architect, painter and sculptor

  • Ivan Albright (1897–1983), American artist

  • Kazimierz Alchimowicz (1840–1916), Lithuanian/Polish painter

  • Tivadar Alconiere (1797–1865) Austro-Hungarian painter

  • L. Alcopley (1910–1992), American artist

  • Eileen Aldridge (1916–1990), English painter and restorer

  • Pierre Alechinsky (born 1927), Belgian artist

  • George Aleef (1887–1970), Russian historical painter

  • Fyodor Alekseyev (1753–1824), Russian landscape painter

  • Mikoláš Aleš (1852–1913), Czech painter

  • Cosmo Alexander (c. 1724–1772), Scottish/American painter

  • John Alexander (died 1733), Scottish painter and engraver

  • Larry D. Alexander (born 1953), American realist artist, teacher and author

  • Lena Alexander (1899-1983), Scottish painter

  • Else Alfelt (1910–1974), Danish painter

  • Brian Alfred (born 1974), New York urban painter

  • Jessie Algie (1859–1927), Scottish painter

  • Andrew Allan (1863–1942), Scottish lithographer

  • David Allan (1744–1796), Scottish historical painter

  • Griselda Allan (1905–1987), English flower painter

  • Robert Weir Allan (1851–1942), Scottish/English painter

  • Rosemary Allan (1911–2008), English artist

  • Daphne Allen (1899–1985), English painter

  • Kathleen Allen (1906–1983), English painter and muralist

  • Alessandro Allori (1535–1607), Italian portrait painter

  • Cristofano Allori (1577–1621), Italian portrait painter

  • Washington Allston (1779–1843), American poet and painter

  • Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema (1852–1909), English painter (second wife of Lawrence Alma-Tadema)

  • Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836–1912), Dutch-born English painter

  • Almeida Júnior (1859–1899), Brazilian realist

  • Charles Alston (1907–1977), American artist, muralist and teacher

  • Margareta Alströmer (1763–1816), Swedish painter and singer

  • Rudolf von Alt (1812–1908), Austrian painter

  • Albrecht Altdorfer (1480–1538), German painter, print-maker and architect

  • Altichiero (1330–1395), Italian painter

  • John Altoon (1925–1969), American painter and draftsman

  • Pedro Álvarez Castelló (1967–2004), Cuban artist

  • Edmond Aman-Jean (1860–1936), French symbolistpainter

  • Tarsila do Amaral (1886–1973), Brazilian artist

  • Christoph Amberger (ca. 1505–1561), German painter

  • Friedrich von Amerling (1803–1887), Austro-Hungarian court portrait painter

  • Cuno Amiet (1868–1961), Swiss modernist artist

  • Jacopo Amigoni (1682–1752), Italian painter

  • Rodolfo Amoedo (1857–1941), Brazilian painter and interior designer

  • Rick Amor (born 1948), Australian war artist and figurative painter

  • An Gyeon (안견, 15th c.), Korean painter

  • An Zhengwen (安正文, fl. between 14th and 17th cc.), Chinese painter

  • Anna Ancher (1859–1935), Danish pictorial artist

  • Michael Ancher (1849–1927), Danish painter

  • Marion Ancrum (fl. 1885–1919), Scottish water-colorist

  • Werner Andermatt (1916–2013), Swiss painter

  • Sophie Gengembre Anderson (1823–1903), French-born English genre painter

  • Emma Andijewska (born 1931), Ukrainian surrealist painter, poet and writer

  • Ion Andreescu (1850–1882), Romanian impressionist

  • Constantine Andreou (1917–2007), Brazilian/Greek painter and sculptor

  • Michael Andrews (1928–1995) English painter

  • Anthony Angarola (1893–1929), American painter and print-maker

  • Marie Angel (1923–2010), English artist

  • Fra Angelico (1387–1445), Early Italian Renaissance

  • Heinz Anger (born 1941), Austrian painter

  • Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa (1872–1952), Spanish/Catalan painter

  • Gaston Anglade (1854-1919), French impressionist painter

  • Charles Angrand (1854–1926), French neo-Impressionist painter and anarchist

  • Sofonisba Anguissola (1532–1625), Italian painter

  • Peggy Angus (1904-1993), English/Scottish painter and tile and textile designer

  • Rita Angus (1908–1970), New Zealand painter

  • Albert Anker (1831–1910), Swiss painter and illustrator

  • Margit Anna (1913–1991), Hungarian painter

  • David Annand (born 1948), Scottish sculptor

  • Louis Anquetin (1861–1932), French painter and author

  • Pieter van Anraedt (1635–1678), Dutch painter

  • Lizzy Ansingh (1875–1959), Dutch painter

  • Mary Anne Ansley (fl.1810–1840), English painter

  • Horst Antes (born 1936), German painter and sculptor

  • Cornelis Anthonisz (ca. 1505–1553), Dutch painter, engraver and cartographer

  • Richard Anuszkiewicz (born 1930), American artist

  • Shigeru Aoki (青木繁, 1882–1911), Japanese painter

  • Chiho Aoshima (青島千穂, born 1974), Japanese pop artist

  • Apelles (4th century BC), Greek painter

  • Zvest Apollonio (1935–2009), Italian/Slovenian painter and scenographer

  • Karel Appel (1921–2006), Dutch painter, sculptor and poet

  • Leonard Appelbee (1914–2000), English painter and print-maker

  • Joseph Ignaz Appiani (1706–1785), German painter

  • Félix Arauz (born 1935), Latin American painter from Ecuador

  • Janet Archer (fl.1873–1916), English painter

  • Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527–1593), Italian painter

  • Arent Arentsz (1585–1631), Dutch landscape painter

  • Avigdor Arikha (1929–2010), Israeli and French painter, print-maker and art historian

  • Abram Arkhipov (1862–1930), Russian realist painter

  • István Árkossy (born 1943), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Edward Armitage (1817–1896), English historical painter

  • John Armleder (born 1948), Swiss painter and sculptor

  • Hazel Armour (1894–1985), Scottish sculptor and medalist

  • John Armstrong (1893–1973), English surrealist artist

  • Georg Arnold-Graboné (1896–1982), German impressionist

  • Jean Arp (1886–1966), German/French sculptor, painter and poet

  • Eugenio de Arriba (1934-1977), Spanish painter

  • Art & Language (founded 1968), British conceptual artists, writers and painters

  • Richard Artschwager (born 1929), American painter, illustrator and sculptor

  • Asai Chū (1856–1907), Japanese yōga painter

  • Pieter Jansz van Asch (1603–1678), Dutch painter

  • Pamela Ascherson (1923–2010), English painter and sculptor

  • Ásgrímur Jónsson (1876–1958), Icelandic painter

  • Dennis Ashbaugh (born 1946), American painter

  • Gigadō Ashiyuki (戯画堂芦幸, early-19th century), Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print-maker

  • Hans Asper (1499–1571), Swiss painter

  • Jan Asselijn (1610–1652), Dutch Golden Age painter

  • Balthasar van der Ast (1593–1657), Dutch Golden Age painter

  • Nikolai Astrup (1880–1928), Norwegian neo-romantic painter and print-maker

  • Jean-Michel Atlan (1913–1960), French artist

  • René Auberjonois (1872–1957), Swiss artist

  • Étienne Aubry (1746–1781), French painter

  • Louis-François Aubry (1770–1850), French portrait painter

  • Mary Audsley (1919–2008), English painter and sculptor

  • John James Audubon (1785–1851), American ornithologist, naturalist and painter

  • Frank Auerbach (born 1931), German/English painter

  • Jules Robert Auguste (1789–1850), French impressionist painter

  • Eric Auld (1931–2013), Scottish painter

  • George Ault (1891–1948), American painter

  • Cassandra Austen (1773–1845), English water-colorist

  • Giuseppe Avanzi (1645–1718), Italian Baroque painter

  • Edward Avedisian (1936–2007), American abstract painter

  • Hendrick Avercamp (1585–1634), Dutch Baroque landscape painter of the Dutch Golden Age

  • Milton Avery (1885–1965), American modern artist

  • Edward Ben Avram (born 1941), Indian/Israeli painter

  • Nikola Avramov (1897–1945), Bulgarian still-life painter

  • Awataguchi Takamitsu (粟田口隆光, fl. between 14th and 16th cc.), Japanese religious painter

  • Joan Ayling (1907–1993), English painter

  • Ay-O (靉嘔, born 1931), Japanese Fluxus artist

  • Aya Goda (合田彩, born 1967), Japanese author and artist

  • Anton Ažbe (1870–1949), Slovenian painter and teacher

  • Giovanni Bernardino Azzolini or Mazzolini or Asoleni (c. 1572 – c. 1645), Italian painter and sculptor

  • Dirck van Baburen (1595–1624), Dutch painter

  • Jacopo Baccarini (1605–1682), Italian painter

  • Marcello Bacciarelli (1731–1818), Italian/Polish painter

  • Irene Bache (1901–1999), English/Welsh painter

  • Augustin Meinrad Bächtiger (1888–1971), Swiss painter

  • Jacob Adriaensz Backer (1609–1651), Dutch painter

  • Margaret Backhouse (1818–1888), English portrait painter

  • Francis Bacon (1909–1992), Irish-born English painter

  • Lucy Angeline Bacon (1857–1932), American painter

  • Marjorie May Bacon (1902–1988), English painter and print-maker

  • Peggy Bacon (1895–1987), American print-maker and painter

  • Joseph Badger (ca. 1707–1765), American portrait painter

  • Ottó Baditz (1849–1936), Hungarian painter

  • Jan de Baen (1633–1702), Dutch portrait painter

  • Jo Baer (born 1929), American minimalist painter

  • William Jacob Baer (1860–1941), American miniature painter

  • Leonard Bahr (1905–1990), American painter, muralist and illustrator

  • Edward Bailey (1814–1903), American/Hawaiian landscape painter

  • Alice Bailly (1872–1938), Swiss painter

  • David Bailly (1584–1657), Dutch painter

  • George Bain (1881–1968), Scottish artist and art teacher

  • Robert Bain (1911–1973), Scottish/South African sculptor and art professor

  • Thomas Baines (1820–1875), English painter and explorer

  • Baiōken Eishun (梅翁軒永春, fl. 1710–1755), Japanese painter and print-maker

  • Edward Baird (1904–1949), Scottish painter and draftsman

  • Kōno Bairei (幸野楳嶺, 1844–1895), Japanese painter and illustrator

  • Enrico Baj (1924–2003), Italian artist and writer on art

  • James Ballantine (1806–1877), Scottish glass painter and poet

  • Barbara Balmer (1929–2017), Scottish artist and art teacher

  • Mario Bardi (1922–1998), Italian realist painter

  • George Herbert Baker (1878–1943), American impressionist painter

  • Normand Baker (1908–1955), Australian portrait painter

  • William Bliss Baker (1859–1886), American painter

  • Ludolf Bakhuizen (1631–1708), Dutch marine painter

  • Léon Bakst (1866–1924), Russian/American painter and stage designer

  • Alesso Baldovinetti (1427–1499), Italian painter

  • Hans Baldung (1484–1545), German painter and print-maker

  • Hendrick van Balen (1575–1632), Flemish painter and stained-glass designer

  • Endre Bálint (1914–1986), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Rezső Bálint (1885–1945), Hungarian painter

  • Pál Balkay (1785–1846), Hungarian painter and teacher

  • Giacomo Balla (1871–1958), Italian painter and poet

  • Robert Ballagh (born 1943), Irish painter and designer

  • Karl Ballmer (1891–1958), Swiss painter and philosopher

  • Barbara Balmer (1929–2017), Scottish painter and teacher

  • János Nagy Balogh (1874–1919), Hungarian painter

  • László Balogh (born 1930), Hungarian painter

  • Balthus (1908–2001), Polish/French artist

  • Ernő Bánk (1883–1962), Hungarian painter, miniaturist and teacher

  • Edward Mitchell Bannister (1828–1901), Canadian/American tonalist painter

  • Bapu (born 1933), Indian painter and film director

  • Miklós Barabás (1810–1898), Hungarian painter

  • Vladimir Baranov-Rossine (1888–1944), Russian/French avant-garde artist

  • Jacopo de' Barbari (c. 1460/70–before 1516), Italian painter and print-maker

  • Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino) (1591–1666), Italian painter and draftsman

  • Jenő Barcsay (1900–1988), Hungarian painter

  • James Bard (1815–1897), American watercraft painter

  • Magdalene Bärens (1737–1808), Danish artist

  • George Barker (1882–1965), American portrait and landscape artist

  • Lucette Barker (1816–1905), English painter

  • Thomas Barker (1769–1847), Welsh/English painter

  • John Noble Barlow (1861–1917), English painter

  • Gwen Barnard (1912–1988), English painter and print-maker

  • Ernie Barnes (born 1938), American artist and author

  • Robert C. Barnfield (1856–1893), English/American painter

  • Henri Alphonse Barnoin (1882–1940), French painter

  • Federico Barocci (1535–1612) Italian painter and print-maker

  • Aimé Barraud (1902–1954), Swiss painter

  • François Barraud (1899–1934), Swiss painter

  • George Barret, Sr. (c.1730–1784), Irish landscape painter

  • George Barret, Jr. (1767–1842), English landscape painter (son of George Barret, Sr.)

  • Syd Barrett (1946–2006), English painter and musician

  • Mardi Barrie (1930–2004), Scottish painter and art teacher

  • James Barry (1741–1806), Irish painter

  • Hans von Bartels (1856–1913), German painter

  • Richmond Barthé (1901–c. 1990), American sculptor

  • Lindsay Bartholomew (born 1944), English watercolor painter

  • Charles W. Bartlett (1860–1940), English/Hawaiian painter and print-maker

  • Jennifer Bartlett (born 1941), American artist

  • Fra Bartolomeo (1474–1517), Italian religious painter

  • Francesco Bartolozzi (1728–1815) Italian/English engraver

  • Rose Maynard Barton (1856–1929), Irish/English painter

  • Andor Basch (1885–1944), Hungarian painter

  • Gyula Basch (1859–1928), Hungarian painter

  • Evaristo Baschenis (1617–1677), Italian still-life painter

  • Georg Baselitz (born 1938), German painter, sculptor and graphic artist

  • Marie Bashkirtseff (1860–1884), Russian/French painter, sculptor and diarist

  • Franz Karl Basler-Kopp (1879–1937), German/Swiss painter

  • Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988), American graffiti artist, painter and musician

  • Jacopo Bassano (c. 1510–1592), Italian religious and genre painter

  • Bartholomeus van Bassen (1590–1652), Dutch painter and architect

  • James Bateman (1893–1959), English pastoral painter and engraver

  • Robert Bateman (1842–1922), English painter and horticulturalist

  • Robert Bateman (born 1930), Canadian painter and naturalist

  • Cafer Bater (1913-1994), Turkish water-color painter

  • Maxwell Bates (1906–1980), Canadian expressionist painter and architect

  • Pompeo Batoni (1708–1787), Italian painter

  • John Nelson Battenberg (born 1931), American sculptor

  • Gyula Batthyány (1887–1959), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • André Bauchant (1873–1958), French naïve painter

  • Auguste Baud-Bovy (1848–1949), Swiss rural painter

  • Lubin Baugin (c. 1611–1663), French still-life painter

  • Edgar Schofield Baum (1916–2006), American painter, sculptor and poet

  • Walter Emerson Baum (1884–1956), American artist and educator

  • Fritz Baumann (1886–1942), Swiss painter

  • Tilo Baumgärtel (born 1972), German painter

  • Armin Baumgarten (born 1967), German painter and sculptor

  • Walter Bayes (1869–1956), English painter and illustrator

  • Wyke Bayliss (1835–1906), English painter, author and poet

  • James Baynes (1766–1837), English water-color painter and draftsman

  • Thomas Mann Baynes (1794–1854), English artist and lithographer

  • Frédéric Bazille (1841–1870), French painter

  • Reynolds Beal (1867–1951), American painter and etcher

  • Sophia Beale (1837–1920), English painter and writer on art

  • Romare Bearden (1914–1988), American artist and songwriter

  • Penelope Beaton (1886–1963), Scottish water-colorist

  • Robert Beauchamp (1923–1995), American painter and arts educator

  • André Beauneveu (1335–1400), Netherlandish sculptor and painter

  • Cecilia Beaux (1855–1942), American portrait painter

  • Domenico di Pace Beccafumi (1486–1551), Italian painter

  • Robert Bechtle (born 1932), American painter

  • Jasmine Becket-Griffith, American artist on acrylic, canvas and wood

  • Clarice Beckett (1887–1935), Australian artist

  • Max Beckmann (1884–1950), German painter, print-maker and sculptor

  • Celia Frances Bedford (1904–1959), English portrait painter

  • Ignat Bednarik (1882–1963), Romanian painter and illustrator

  • Vanessa Beecroft (born 1969) Italian/American sculptor, painter and performance artist

  • Tuvia Beeri (born 1929) Czech/Israeli painter

  • Cornelis Pietersz Bega (1620–1664), Dutch painter and engraver

  • Abraham Begeyn (1637–1697), Dutch painter

  • Kamāl ud-Dīn Behzād (born 1450), Persian painter

  • Abraham van Beijeren (1620–1690), Dutch painter

  • Zdzisław Beksiński (1929–2005), Polish painter, photographer and sculptor

  • Andrew Bell (1726–1809), Scottish engraver and printer

  • George Bell (1878–1966), Australian painter, teacher and violinist

  • Gladys Kathleen Bell (1882–1965), English artist and miniature painter

  • John Zephaniah Bell (1794–1883), Scottish/English artist

  • Leland Bell (1922–1991), American painter

  • Vanessa Bell (1879–1961), English painter and interior designer

  • John Bellany (1942–2013), Scottish painter

  • Alexis Simon Belle (1674–1734), French portrait painter

  • Henri Bellechose (died before 1445), Netherlandish painter

  • Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430–1516), Italian painter

  • Gentile Bellini (c. 1429–1507), Italian painter

  • Jacopo Bellini (c. 1400–1470), Italian painter

  • Bernardo Bellotto (1721–1780), Italian landscape painter

  • George Bellows (1882–1925), American realist painter

  • Ludwig Bemelmans (1898–1962), Austrian/American children's illustrator and writer

  • Gyula Benczúr (1844–1920), Hungarian painter and instructor

  • Marilyn Bendell (1921–2003), American painter

  • Wilhelm Bendz (1804–1832), Danish painter

  • Manfredi Beninati (born 1970), Italian artist and sculptor

  • Jason Benjamin (born 1971), Australian painter

  • Martin Benka (1888–1977), Hungarian/Slovak painter

  • Frank Weston Benson (1862–1951), American painter and etcher

  • Thomas Hart Benton (1889–1975), American painter and muralist

  • Alexandre Benois (1870–1960), Russian/Soviet/French artist and art critic

  • Lajos Berán (1882–1943), Hungarian sculptor and medalist

  • Jean Béraud (1849–1935), French painter

  • Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem (1620–1683), Dutch painter

  • Gerrit Adriaenszoon Berckheyde (1638–1698), Dutch painter

  • Róbert Berény (1887–1953), Hungarian painter

  • Marcelle Bergerol (1900–1989), French painter

  • Christoffel van den Berghe (1590–1645), Flemish/Dutch painter

  • Carlos Berlanga (1959–2002), Spanish painter, musician and composer

  • Hans Eduard von Berlepsch-Valendas (1849–1921), Swiss/German painter, architect and designer

  • Helen Berman (born 1936) Dutch/Israeli painter and textile designer

  • Émile Bernard (1868–1941), French painter and writer

  • Aurél Bernáth (1895–1982), Hungarian painter

  • John E. Berninger (1896–1981), American painter

  • Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680), Italian sculptor and architect

  • Morris Louis Bernstein (1912–1962), American painter

  • William Berra (born 1952), American painter

  • Albert Bertelsen (1921–2019), Danish painter and graphic artist

  • Johann Berthelsen (1883–1972), American painter

  • Robert Bery (born 1953), American painter, photographer and sculptor

  • Elsa Beskow (1874–1953), Swedish children's illustrator and writer

  • Paul-Albert Besnard (1849–1934), French painter and print-maker

  • Eleanor Best (1875–1958), English painter

  • László Beszédes (1874–1922), Hungarian sculptor

  • Joseph Beuys (1921–1986), German painter and performance artist

  • Robert Bevan (1865–1925), English painter, draftsman and lithographer

  • Henryka Beyer (1782–1855), German/Polish painter

  • Riad Beyrouti (born 1944), Syrian/French painter

  • Lujo Bezeredi (1898–1979), Hungarian/Croatian sculptor and painter

  • Roman Bezpalkiv (1938–2009), Soviet/Ukrainian painter

  • Bholekar Srihari (born 1941), Indian painter, sculptor and print-maker

  • Bian Jingzhao (邊景昭, fl. 1426–1435), Chinese painter

  • Bian Shoumin (边寿民, 1684–1752), Chinese painter

  • Alessandro Galli Bibiena (1687–1769), Italian architect and painter

  • Antonio Galli Bibiena (1700–1774), Italian architect and painter

  • Carlo Galli Bibiena (1728–1787), Italian designer and painter

  • Maria Oriana Galli Bibiena (1656–1749), Italian painter

  • Heinrich Bichler (1466–1497), Swiss painter

  • George Biddle (1885–1973), American painter, muralist and lithographer

  • Candido Bido (1936–2011), Dominican Republicpainter

  • Johann Jakob Biedermann (1763–1830), Swiss painter and etcher

  • André Charles Biéler (1896–1989), Swiss/Canadian painter and teacher

  • Ernest Biéler (1863–1948), Swiss painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Adolf Bierbrauer (1915–2012), German conceptual artist, painter and sculptor

  • Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902), American painter

  • Helen Biggar (1909–1953), Scottish sculptor and film-maker

  • Sándor Bihari (1855–1906), Hungarian painter

  • Jan van Bijlert (1597–1671), Dutch painter

  • Ivan Bilibin (1876–1942), Russian/Soviet illustrator and stage designer

  • Edmond Bille (1878–1959), Swiss painter, stained-glass artist and writer

  • Ejler Bille (1910–2004), Danish artist

  • Charles Billich (born 1934), Yugoslav/Croatian artist

  • George Caleb Bingham (1811–1879), American artist and politician

  • Margaret Bingham (1740–1814), English painter, copyist and poet

  • Helen Binyon (1904–1979), English painter, illustrator and puppeteer

  • S J "Lamorna" Birch (1869–1955), English painter

  • Paul Bird (1923–1993), English artist and teacher

  • Oswald Birley (1880–1952), English painter and portraitist

  • Peter Birmann (1758–1844), Swiss painter

  • Samuel Birmann (1793–1847), Swiss painter

  • Thierry Bisch (born 1953), French artist

  • Elmer Bischoff (1916–1991), American visual artist

  • Tim Biskup (born 1967), American artist

  • Giuseppe Bernardino Bison (1762–1844) Italian fresco and religious painter

  • Vilhelm Bissen (1836–1913), Danish sculptor

  • Douglas Robertson Bisset (1908–2000), Scottish sculptor

  • Cornelis Bisschop (1630–1674), Dutch painter

  • Emil Bisttram (1895–1976), American artist

  • Henri Biva (1848–1929), French painter

  • Mary Black (c. 1737–1814), English portrait painter

  • Sam Black (1913–1997), Scottish artist

  • Jemima Blackburn (1823–1909), Scottish painter and illustrator

  • Ann Thetis Blacker (1927–2006), English painter and singer

  • Vivien Blackett (born 1955), English artist

  • Charles Blackman (born 1928), Australian painter

  • Basil Blackshaw (born 1932), Northern Irish artist

  • Doris Blair (born 1915), Northern Irish artist

  • William Blake (1757–1827), painter, poet and print-maker

  • Zelma Blakely (1921–1978), English painter and print-maker

  • Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847–1919), American painter

  • Edmund Blampied (1886–1966), Jersey/English artist and etcher

  • Arnold Blanch (1896–1968), American painter, etcher and lithographer

  • Jacques Blanchard (1600–1638), French painter

  • Ross Bleckner (born 1949), American painter

  • Johann Heinrich Bleuler (1758–1823), Swiss painter and porcelain designer

  • Johann Ludwig Bleuler (1792–1850), Swiss landscape painter and publisher

  • Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834–1890), Danish painter

  • Anna Katharina Block (1642–1719), German painter

  • Benjamin Block (1631–1690), German painter

  • Josef Block (1863–1943), German painter

  • Abraham Bloemaert (1566–1651), Dutch painter, print-maker and engraver

  • Hendrick Bloemaert (1601–1672), Dutch painter

  • Flavia Blois (1914–1980), English landscape painter

  • Tina Blondell (born 1953), Austrian/American painter

  • Hyman Bloom (1913–2009), Latvian/American painter

  • Pieter de Bloot (1601–1658), Dutch painter

  • Godfrey Blow (born 1948), Australian Stuckist artist

  • Peter Blume (1906–1992), American painter and sculptor

  • Ditlev Blunck (1798–1854), Danish/German painter

  • Robert Henderson Blyth (1919–1970), Scottish painter

  • David Gilmour Blythe (1815–1865), American painter and poet

  • Umberto Boccioni (1882–1916), Italian painter and sculptor

  • Anna Boch (1848–1936), Belgian painter

  • François Bocion (1828–1890), Swiss painter, designer and art professor

  • Thomas Bock (1793–1855), English/Australian artist and photographer

  • Arnold Böcklin (1827–1901), Swiss symbolist painter

  • Margaret Boden (1912–2001), Scottish painter and illustrator

  • Karl Bodmer (1809–1893), Swiss/French print-maker, etcher and lithographer

  • Paul Bodmer (1886–1983), Swiss painter

  • Zsolt Bodoni (born 1975), Romanian (Hungarian) painter

  • Edward Marshall Boehm (1913–1969), American sculptor and porcelain maker

  • George Bogart (1933–2005), American painter

  • Krzysztof Boguszewski (1906–1988), Polish painter

  • Pál Böhm (1839–1905), Hungarian/German painter

  • Aaron Bohrod (1907–1992), American painter

  • Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761–1845), French painter and draftsman

  • Maurice Boitel (born 1919), French painter

  • Ferdinand Bol (1616–1680), Dutch painter, etcher and draftsman

  • Hans Bol (1534–1593), Flemish painter, miniaturist and draftsman

  • Kees Bol (1916–2009), Dutch painter and art educator

  • Giovanni Boldini (1842–1931), Italian/French painter

  • Boetius Adamsz Bolswert (1585–1633), German Frisian/Dutch copperplate engraver

  • Schelte a Bolswert (1586–1659), Dutch engraver

  • Irvin Bomb (born 1967), American painter, illustrator and film-maker

  • David Bomberg (1890–1957), English painter

  • Camille Bombois (1883–1970), French naïve painter

  • Muirhead Bone (1876–1953), Scottish etcher and water-colorist

  • Phyllis Bone (1894–1972), Scottish sculptor

  • Stephen Bone (1904–1958), English painter and broadcaster

  • Isidore Bonheur (1827–1901), French sculptor

  • Rosa Bonheur (1822–1899), French painter and sculptor

  • Hugo Sánchez Bonilla (born 1940), Costa Rican artist

  • Claude Bonin-Pissarro (born 1921), French painter and graphic designer

  • Richard Parkes Bonington (1802–1828), English/French landscape painter

  • William Bonnar (1800–1863), Scottish painter and draftsman

  • Pierre Bonnard (1867–1947), French painter, illustrator and print-maker

  • Francesco Bonsignori (1460–1519), Italian painter and draftsman

  • Gerard ter Borch (1617–1681), Dutch genre painter

  • Paul-Émile Borduas (1905–1960), Canadian abstract painter

  • Adolf Born (born 1930) Czechoslovak/Czech painter, illustrator and caricaturist

  • Vladimir Borovikovsky (1757–1825), Russian portrait painter

  • József Borsos (1821–1883), Hungarian portrait painter and photographer

  • Miklós Borsos (1906–1990), Hungarian sculptor

  • Sándor Bortnyik (1893–1976), Hungarian painter and graphic designer

  • Samu Börtsök (1881–1931), Hungarian painter

  • Kameda Bōsai (亀田鵬斎, 1752–1826), Japanese nanga painter

  • Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450–1516), Dutch/Netherlandish painter

  • Abraham Bosschaert (1612–1643), Dutch painter

  • Ambrosius Bosschaert (1573–1621), Dutch still-life painter

  • Ambrosius Bosschaert II (1609–1645), Dutch flower painter

  • Johannes Bosschaert (1610–1650), Dutch still-life painter

  • Ángel Botello (1913–1986), Spanish/Puerto Rican painter, sculptor and graphic artist

  • Fernando Botero (born 1932), Colombian artist and sculptor

  • Andries Both (1612–1641), Dutch genre painter

  • Jan Dirksz Both (1610–1652), Dutch painter, draftsman and etcher

  • Sandro Botticelli (1445–1510), Italian painter

  • François Boucher (1703–1770), French painter, draftsman and etcher

  • Eugène Boudin (1824–1898), French landscape painter

  • William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825–1905), French academic painter

  • Jack Boul (born 1917), American painter

  • Gustave Boulanger (1824–1888), French figure painter

  • Doris Boulton-Maude (1892–1961), English engraver, etcher and print-maker

  • Douglas Bourgeois (born 1951), American figurative painter

  • Francis Bourgeois (1753–1811), English landscape and history painter

  • John Bourne (born 1943), English/Welsh artist and Stuckist painter

  • Esaias Boursse (1631–1672), Dutch genre painter

  • Dieric Bouts (1420–1475), Netherlandish painter

  • Camille Bouvagne (1864–1936), French painter

  • Carol Bove (born 1971), American artist

  • Eden Box (1919–1988), English painter

  • Zlatyu Boyadzhiev (1903–1976), Bulgarian painter

  • Arthur Boyd (1920–1999), Australian painter

  • Arthur Merric Boyd (1862–1940), Australian painter

  • David Boyd (born 1924), Australian artist

  • Mary Syme Boyd (1910–1997), Scottish painter and sculptor

  • Penleigh Boyd (1890–1923), Australian artist

  • Jimmy Boyle (born 1944), Scottish sculptor and novelist

  • Mark Boyle (1934–2005), Scottish painter and sculptor

  • Olga Boznańska (1865–1940), Polish painter

  • Dorothea Braby (1909–1987), English artist and illustrator

  • John Brack (1920–1999), Australian painter

  • Robert Brackman (1898–1980), American artist and teacher

  • Marie Bracquemond (1841–1916), French impressionist painter

  • Dorothy Bradford (1918–2008), English painter and print-maker

  • Dorothy Elizabeth Bradford (1897–1986), English painter

  • Leonaert Bramer (1596–1674), Dutch religious and history painter

  • Christian Hilfgott Brand (1694–1756), German landscape painter

  • Johann Christian Brand (1722–1795), Austrian painter

  • Peter Brandes (born 1944), Danish painter, sculptor and ceramicist

  • Petr Brandl (1668–1739), Bohemian painter

  • Warren Eugene Brandon (1916–1977), American painter and photographer

  • Eugène Brands (1913–2002), Dutch painter

  • Józef Brandt (1841–1915), Polish painter

  • Muriel Brandt (1909–1981), Irish painter

  • Ruth Brandt (1936–1989), Irish artist and teacher

  • Georges Braque (1882–1963), French painter, print-maker and sculptor

  • Arnold Franz Brasz (1888–1966), American painter, sculptor and print-maker

  • Maurice Braun (1877–1941), American landscape painter

  • Victor Brauner (1903–1966), Romanian sculptor and surrealist painter

  • Robert J. Brawley (1936–2006), American painter

  • Jan de Bray (1627–1697), Dutch painter

  • Dirck de Bray (c. 1635–1694), Dutch painter

  • Phyllis Bray(1911–1991), English mural painter

  • Salomon de Bray (1597–1664), Dutch painter and architect

  • Carl Frederik von Breda (1759–1818), Swedish painter

  • Bartholomeus Breenbergh (1598–1657), Dutch painter of Italian landscapes

  • George Hendrik Breitner (1857–1923), Dutch painter and photographer

  • Quirijn van Brekelenkam (1622–1670), Dutch genre painter

  • Mark A. Brennan (born 1968), Canadian landscape painter

  • Art Brenner (1924–2013), American abstract sculptor and painter

  • Louise Catherine Breslau (1856–1927), Swiss/French painter and print-maker

  • Jules Breton (1827–1906), French naturalist painter

  • David Brewster (born 1960), American painter

  • James E. Brewton (1930–1967), American painter and print-maker

  • Breyten Breytenbach (born 1939), South African writer and painter

  • Gabor Breznay (born 1956), Hungarian/French painter

  • József Breznay (1916–2012), Hungarian painter

  • Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837–1908), American painter

  • Ernest Briggs (1923–1984), American painter

  • Henry Bright (1810–1873), English painter

  • Pierre Brissaud (1885–1964), French illustrator, painter and engraver

  • Károly Brocky (1808–1855), Hungarian/English painter

  • Louis le Brocquy (1916–2012), Irish painter

  • Heinrich Brocksieper (1898–1968), German photographer, painter and film-maker

  • William Brodie (1815–1881), Scottish sculptor

  • Antoni Brodowski (1784–1832), Polish painter

  • Sándor Brodszky (1819–1901), Hungarian painter

  • Melchior Broederlam (1350 – post-1409), Netherlandish painter

  • Arnold Bronckhorst (fl. 1565–1583), Dutch painter, first King's Painter of Scotland

  • Agnolo Bronzino (1503–1572), Italian manneristpainter

  • Alexander Brook (1898–1980), American artist and art critic

  • Peter Brook (1927–2009), English painter

  • Bertram Brooker (1888–1955), Canadian painter

  • Allan Brooks (1869–1946), Canadian bird artist and ornithologist

  • Frank Leonard Brooks (born 1911), Canadian artist

  • James Brooks (1906–1992), American muralist and painter

  • Romaine Brooks (1874–1970), American portrait painter

  • Robert Brough (1872–1905), Scottish painter

  • Adriaen Brouwer (1605–1638), Flemish painter

  • Cecily Brown (born 1969), English/American painter

  • Ford Madox Brown (1821–1893), English painter

  • John Brown (c. 1752–1787), Scottish artist and draftsman

  • John Crawford Brown (1805–1867), Scottish landscape painter

  • Lucy Madox Brown (1843–1894), English artist, author and model

  • Francis Focer Brown (1891–1971), American painter

  • Joan Brown (1938–1990), American figurative painter

  • Judith Brown (1931–1992), American sculptor and dancer

  • Nyuju Stumpy Brown (1924–2011), Australian painter and cultural figure

  • Kathleen Browne (1905–2007), New Zealand painter

  • Mia Brownell (born 1971), American painter

  • Václav Brožík (1851–1901), Czech/French painter

  • Patrick Henry Bruce (1881–1936), American painter

  • Lajos Bruck (1846–1910), Hungarian painter

  • Lodewijk Bruckman (1903–1995), Dutch magic realist painter

  • Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568–1625), Flemish painter and draftsman

  • Jan Brueghel the Younger (1601–1678), Flemish painter

  • Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c. 1525–1569), Dutch painter and print-maker

  • Pieter Brueghel the Younger (1564–1638), Flemish painter

  • Marjorie Frances Bruford (1902–1958), English painter

  • Arnold Brügger (1888–1975), Swiss painter

  • Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (1755–1842), French painter

  • Elizabeth York Brunton (1880 – c. 1960), Scottish painter and woodcut artist

  • Barthel Bruyn the Elder (1493–1555), Germain painter

  • Barthel Bruyn the Younger (c. 1530–1607/1610), German painter

  • Robert Bryden (1865–1939), Scottish painter, engraver and sculptor

  • Karl Bryullov (1799–1852), Russian painter

  • Tadeusz Brzozowski (1818–1887), Polish painter

  • Ernest Buckmaster (1897–1968), Australian artist

  • Ota Bubeníček (1871–1962), Czech landscape painter

  • Emanuel Büchel (1705–1775), Swiss painter

  • Frank Buchser (1828–1890), Swiss painter

  • David Budd (1927–1991), American painter

  • Karl Buesgen (1917–1981), American landscape painter

  • Bernard Buffet (1928–1999), French expressionist painter

  • Vlaho Bukovac (1855–1922), Austro-Hungarian/Yugoslav/Croatian painter

  • Norma Bull (1906–1980), Australian painter and print-maker

  • Johann Balthasar Bullinger (1713–1793), Swiss landscape painter

  • Fritz Bultman (1919–1985), American painter, sculptor and collagist

  • John Elwood Bundy (1853–1933), American painter

  • Dennis Miller Bunker (1861–1890), American painter

  • Charles Ragland Bunnell (1897–1968), American painter, print-maker and muralist

  • Rupert Bunny (1864–1947), Australian painter

  • Mykola Burachek (1871–1942), Russian/Soviet painter and pedagogue

  • Elbridge Ayer Burbank (1858–1949), American portrait painter

  • Charles E. Burchfield (1893–1967), American painter and visionary artist

  • Jacob Burck (1907–1982), Polish/American painter, sculptor and cartoonist

  • Hans Burgkmair (1473–1531), German painter and print-maker

  • Francisco de Burgos Mantilla (1612–1672), Spanish painter

  • Max Buri (1868–1915), Swiss painter

  • Zdeněk Burian (1905–1981), Moravian/Czechoslovak painter

  • Rodney Joseph Burn(1899–1984), English painter

  • Eugène Burnand (1850–1921), Swiss painter and illustrator

  • Thomas Stuart Burnett (1853–1888), Scottish sculptor

  • Dorothy Burroughes (1883–1963), English painter, illustrator and lino-cut artist

  • Alberto Burri (1915–1995) Italian painter, sculptor and physician

  • David Burton-Richardson (born 1961), Welsh artist and poet

  • Sergio Burzi (1901–1954), Italian painter and illustrator

  • Mildred Anne Butler (1858–1941), Irish painter

  • Theodore Earl Butler (1861–1936), American painter

  • Ambreen Butt (born 1969), Pakistani/American painter, draftsman and collagist

  • Howard Butterworth (living), Scottish painter

  • John Button (1930–1982), American artist

  • Louis Buvelot (1814–1888), Swiss/Australian painter

  • Willem Pieterszoon Buytewech (1591–1624), Dutch painter, draftsman and etcher

  • Byeon Sang-byeok (변상벽, fl. mid-18th c.), Korean painter

  • Mary Byfield (1795–1871), English book illustrator and wood engraver

  • John Byrne (1786–1847), English painter and engraver

  • John Byrne (born 1940), Scottish painter and playwright

  • Johann Rudolf Byss (1660–1738), Swiss painter

  • Alexandre Cabanel (1823–1889), French painter

  • Vincenzo Cabianca (1827–1902), Italian painter

  • W. Lindsay Cable (1900–1949), Scottish artist and illustrator

  • Francis Cadell (1883–1937), Scottish painter

  • James Cadenhead (1858–1927), Scottish painter

  • Paul Cadmus (1904–1999), American tempera artist

  • Pogus Caesar (born 1953), St Kitts/English photographer, artist and television producer

  • Cagnaccio di San Pietro (1897–1946), Italian painter

  • Gustave Caillebotte (1848–1894), French painter and patron

  • Lawrence Calcagno (1913–1993), American painter

  • Alexander Calder (1898–1976), American sculptor

  • Alexander Milne Calder (1846–1923), Scottish/American sculptor

  • Alexander Stirling Calder (1870–1945), American sculptor

  • John Cale (born 1942), Welsh

  • Mary Callery (1903–1977), American sculptor

  • Jacques Callot (1592–1635), Lorraine print-maker and draftsman

  • Abraham van Calraet (1642–1722), Dutch painter and engraver

  • Luis Enrique Camejo(born 1971), Cuban painter

  • David Young Cameron (1865–1945), Scottish painter and etcher

  • Mary Cameron (1865–1921), Scottish painter

  • Gianfredo Camesi (born 1940), Swiss painter

  • Steven Campbell (1953–2007), Scottish painter

  • Thomas Campbell (1790–1858), Scottish/English sculptor

  • Jacob van Campen (1596–1657), Dutch artist and architect

  • Robert Campin (1375–1444), Flemish/Netherlandish painter

  • Govert Dircksz Camphuysen (1623–1672), Dutch painter

  • Canaletto (1697–1768), Italian painter of views

  • Noe Canjura (1922–1970), Salvadoran/French painter

  • Antonio Canova (1757–1822), Italian sculptor

  • Cao Buxing (曹不興, 3rd c. AD), Chinese painter

  • Cao Zhibai (曹知白, 1271–1355), Chinese painter and bibliophile

  • Josef Čapek (1887–1945), Austro-Hungarian/Czechoslovak painter, writer and poet

  • Jan van de Cappelle (1626–1679), Dutch painter

  • Tom Carapic (born 1939), Yugoslav/Serbian found object artist

  • Caravaggio (1573–1610), Italian painter

  • Arthur B. Carles (1882–1952), American painter

  • Nancy Carline (1909–2004), English painter and sculptor

  • Richard Carline (1896–1980), English artist, writer and arts administrator

  • Sydney Carline (1888–1929), English landscape painter and war artist

  • Carlo Carlone (1686–1775), Italian/German painter and engraver

  • Emil Carlsen (1853–1932), Danish/American painter

  • John Fabian Carlson (1875–1945), American painter

  • Rhea Carmi (born 1942), Israeli/American painter and mixed-media artist

  • Nicolas Carone (1917–2010), American artist

  • Emile Auguste Carolus-Duran (1838–1917), French painter and art instructor

  • Vittore Carpaccio (c. 1460–1525), Italian painter

  • Jane Carpanini (born 1949), English artist and teacher

  • Emily Carr (1871–1945), Canadian artist and writer

  • Henry Carr (1894–1970), English painter and war artist

  • Thomas Carr (1909–1999), English painter

  • Carlo Carrà (1881–1966), Italian painter and futurist

  • Annibale Carracci (1557–1602), Italian painter and instructor

  • Agostino Carracci (1560–1609), Italian painter, print-maker and art teacher

  • Ludovico Carracci (1555–1619), Italian etcher, painter and print-maker

  • Eugène Carrière (1849–1906), French painter

  • Dora Carrington (1893–1932), English painter and decorative artist

  • Joanna Carrington (1931–2003), English artist

  • Leonora Carrington (1917–2011), English/Mexican painter and novelist

  • Alexander Carse (c. 1770–1843), Scottish painter

  • Clarence Holbrook Carter (1904–2000), American artist

  • Ramon Casas i Carbó (1866–1932), Spanish/Catalan artist and graphic designer

  • Felice Casorati (1883–1963), Italian painter, sculptor and print-maker

  • Judy Cassab (1920–2015), Australian painter

  • Mary Cassatt (1844–1926), American painter and print-maker

  • A. J. Casson (1898–1992), Canadian artist

  • Humberto Castro (born 1957), Cuban painter

  • Carlos Catasse (born 1944), Chilean painter

  • George Catlin (1796–1872), American painter, writer and traveler

  • Patrick Caulfield (1936–2005), English painter and print-maker

  • Louis de Caullery (c. 1555 – c. 1621), Flemish painter

  • Giovanni Paolo Cavagna (1556–1627), Italian painter

  • Bernardo Cavallino (1622–1654), Italian painter and draftsman

  • Giorgio Cavallon (1904–1989), Italian/American painter

  • Antonio Cavallucci (1752–1795), Italian painter

  • Mirabello Cavalori (c. 1520–1572), Italian painter

  • Roger Cecil (1942–2015), Welsh painter and mixed media artist

  • Vija Celmins (born 1938), Latvian/American visual artist and draftsman

  • Maximilian Cercha (1818–1907), Polish painter and draftsman

  • Avgust Černigoj (1898–1985), Slovenian painter

  • Bartolomeo Cesi (1556–1629), Italian painter

  • Paul Cézanne (1839–1906), French painter

  • Paul Émile Chabas (1869–1937) French painter and illustrator

  • Marc Chagall (1887–1985), Russian/French painter, draftsman and illustrator

  • George Paul Chalmers (1833–1878), Scottish painter

  • Alfred Edward Chalon (1780–1860), Swiss/English painter

  • Brenda Chamberlain (1912–1971), Welsh artist, poet and novelist

  • Chang Dai-chien (張大千, 1899–1983), Chinese painter

  • Charles Joshua Chaplin (1825–1891), French painter, print-maker and etcher

  • Minerva J. Chapman (1858–1947), American painter

  • Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin (1699–1779), French painter

  • Caroline Chariot-Dayez (born 1958), Belgian painter and philosopher

  • Michael Ray Charles (born 1967), American painter

  • Sam Charles (1887–1949), American artist, pianist and professor

  • Elizabeth Charleston (1910–1987), American painter

  • Nicolas Toussaint Charlet (1792–1845), French painter and print-maker

  • Evan Charlton (1904–1984), English/Welsh painter

  • Felicity Charlton (1913–2009), English/Welsh painter

  • Chafik Charobim (1894–1975), Egyptian painter

  • Louisa Chase (1951–2016), American painter and print-maker

  • William Merritt Chase (1849–1916), American painter

  • Théodore Chassériau (1819–1856), [[Dominican Republic|Dominican]/French painter

  • Russell Chatham (born 1939), American landscape artist and author

  • Pierre Puvis de Chavannes (1824–1898), French painter of murals

  • Jules Chéret (1836–1932), French painter and lithographer

  • Evelyn Cheston(1875–1929), English painter

  • Chen Chi (程及, 1912–2005), Chinese/American painter

  • Patrick Ching (born 1962), American wildlife artist and conservationist

  • Derek Chittock (1922–1986), English painter, cartoonist and art critic

  • Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy (1952–2012), Nigerian/English visual artist

  • Chen Chun (陳淳, 1483–1544), Chinese artist

  • Chen Daofu (陳道復, 1480–1544) Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Chen Hong (陳閎, fl. within 7th–10th cc.) Chinese imperial court painter

  • Chen Hongshou (陳洪綬, 1598–1652), Chinese painter

  • Chen Jiru (陳繼儒, 1558–1639), Chinese painter, calligrapher and essayist

  • Chen Lin (陳琳, c. 1260–1320), Chinese landscape painter

  • Chen Lu (陳錄, fl. 14th or 15th c.), Chinese painter

  • Chen Rong (陳容, c. 1200–1266), Chinese painter and politician

  • Chen Yifei (陳逸飛, 1946–2005), Chinese painter, art director and film director

  • Cheng Jiasui (程嘉燧, 1565–1643), Chinese landscape painter and poet

  • Cheng Shifa (程十髮, 1921–2007), Chinese calligrapher, painter and cartoonist

  • Cheng Zhengkui (程正揆, 1604–1670), Chinese landscape painter and poet

  • Billy Childish (born 1959), English painter, writer and musician

  • Giorgio de Chirico (1888–1978), Italian artist and writer

  • Antonín Chittussi (1847–1891), Austro-Hungarian/Czech painter

  • Adam Chmielowski (1888–1878), Polish painter and founder of charitable religious orders

  • Daniel Chodowiecki (1726–1801), German painter and print-maker

  • Choi Buk (최북, fl. 1755–1785), Korean painter

  • Dan Christensen (1942–2007), American painter

  • Henry B. Christian (1883–1953), American painter

  • Ernest William Christmas (1863–1918), Australian painter

  • Christo (1935–2020), Bulgarian/American conceptual artist

  • Petrus Christus (1410–1476), Netherlandish painter

  • Abdur Rahman Chughtai (1899–1975), Indian/Pakistani painter

  • Frederick Edwin Church (1826–1900), American landscape painter

  • Betty Churcher (born 1931), Australian painter and arts administrator

  • Peter Churcher (born 1964), Australian artist

  • Winston Churchill (1874–1965), English painter, writer and prime minister

  • Leon Chwistek (1884–1937) Austro-Hungarian/Polish painter, critic and philosopher

  • Cimabue (1240–1302), Italian painter and designer of mosaics

  • Giovanni Battista Cipriani (1727–1785), Italian painter and engraver

  • Antonio Ciseri (1821–1891), Swiss/Italian religious painter

  • Joze Ciuha (born 1924), Yugoslav/Slovenian painter

  • Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis (1875–1924), Lithuanian painter, composer and writer

  • Franz Cižek (1865–1946), Austrian painter and art education reformer

  • George Claessen (1909–1999), Sri Lankan artist

  • Pieter Claesz (1597–1660), Dutch still-life painter

  • Alson S. Clark (1876–1949), American painter, photographer and art educator

  • Edward Clark (born 1926), American painter and shaped canvas innovator

  • Jean Clark (1902–1999), English mural painter

  • Walter Leighton Clark (1859–1935), American artist, businessman and inventor

  • Joaquín Clausell (1866–1935), Mexican painter, lawyer and politician

  • John Clayton (1728–1800), English painter

  • Francesco Clemente (born 1952), Italian/American painter, draftsman and sculptor

  • Grace Clements (1905–1969), American painter, mosaicist and art critic

  • Chuck Close (born 1940), American photo-realist painter and photographer

  • François Clouet (1510–1572), French miniaturist and painter

  • Giorgio Giulio Clovio (1498–1578), Croatian/Italian miniaturist and painter

  • Henry Ives Cobb, Jr. (1883–1974), American artist and architect

  • Juan Fernando Cobo (born 1959), Colombian painter, illustrator and sculptor

  • Pieter Codde (1599–1678), Dutch painter

  • Charles Codman (1800–1842), American painter

  • Isabel Codrington (1874–1943), English 

  • Isabel Codrington (1874–1943), English watercolor artist

  • Jon Coffelt (born 1963), American painter, sculptor and sewer

  • Nevin Çokay (1930–2012), Turkish painter and art history teacher

  • Dorothy Coke (1897–1979), English war artist and watercolor painter

  • Ruth Collet (1909–2001), English painter, illustrator and print-maker

  • William Coldstream (1908–1987), English realist painter and art teacher

  • Elsie Vera Cole (1885–1967), English painter, engraver and art teacher

  • Thomas Cole (1801–1948), American landscape and history painter

  • Robert Colescott (1925–2009), American painter and satirist

  • Evert Collier (1640–1708), Dutch painter

  • John Collier (1850–1934), English artist and writer

  • Raphaël Collin (1850–1916), French painter and teacher

  • Elisabeth Collins (1904–2000), English painter and sculptor

  • Jacob Collins (born 1964), American realist painter

  • Samuel Colman (1832–1920), American painter, interior designer and writer

  • Jean Colombe (1430–1493), French miniature painter and illuminator

  • Giovanni Battista Innocenzo Colombo (1717–1793), Swiss painter and stage-set designer

  • Robert Colquhoun (1914–1962), Scottish painter, print-maker and set designer

  • Jaime Colson (1901–1975), Dominican modernist painter

  • Robert Combas (born 1957), French painter and sculptor

  • Mario Comensoli (1922–1993), Swiss painter

  • Charles Conder (1868–1909), Australian painter and lithographer

  • William Congdon (1912–1998), American/European painter

  • Charles Fremont Conner (1857–1905), American painter

  • Kevin Connor (born 1932), Australian painter

  • William Conor (1881–1968), Irish/English artist

  • John Constable (1776–1837), English landscape painter

  • Constant (1920–2005), Dutch painter, sculptor and musician

  • Theo Constanté (born 1934), Ecuadorian abstract painter

  • John Kingsley Cook (1911–1994), English artist and wood engraver

  • May Louise Greville Cooksey (1878–1943), English painter

  • Cassius Marcellus Coolidge (1844–1934), American painter

  • A.D.M. Cooper (1856-1924), American painter

  • Colin Campbell Cooper (1856–1937), American painter

  • Emma Lampert Cooper (1855–1920), American painter

  • Adriaen Coorte (1665–1707), Dutch still-life painter

  • Constance Copeman (1864–1953), English painter, print-maker and engraver

  • John Singleton Copley (1737–1815), American painter

  • Teresa Copnall (1882–1972), English painter

  • Fern Coppedge (1883–1951), American impressionist painter

  • Coppo di Marcovaldo (1225–1276), Italian painter

  • Edward Corbett (1919–1971), American abstract painter

  • Lovis Corinth (1858–1925), German painter, print-maker and writer

  • Mary Corkling (1850–1937), English painter

  • Corneille (1922–2010), Dutch artist

  • Thomas Cornell (born 1937), American painter and draftsman

  • Paul Cornoyer (1864–1923), American painter

  • Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796–1875), French painter and print-maker

  • Correggio (1489–1534), Italian painter

  • Pietro da Cortona (1596–1669), Italian painter and architect

  • Piero di Cosimo (1462–1521), Italian painter

  • Francesco del Cossa (c. 1435–c. 1477), Italian painter

  • Pierre Auguste Cot (1837–1883), French classicist painter

  • Colijn de Coter (1440–1532), Netherlandish altarpiece painter

  • Jean-Yves Couliou (1916–1995), French painter

  • Noel Counihan (1913–1986), Australian painter, print-maker and illustrator

  • Glenys Cour (born 1924), Welsh artist

  • Gustave Courbet (1819–1877), French realist painter

  • Marie Courtois (c. 1605–1703), French miniature painter

  • Thomas Couture (1815–1879), French history painter and teacher

  • John Covert (1882–1960), American painter

  • Raymond Teague Cowern (1913–1986), English painter and illustrator

  • James Cowie (1886–1956), Scottish portrait painter

  • Jan Cox (1919–1980), Dutch/Belgian painter

  • Raymond Coxon (1896–1997), English painter and war artist

  • Francesco Cozza (1605–1682), Italian painter

  • Dirk Crabeth (1501–1574), Dutch glass painter, tapestry designer and cartographer

  • Wouter Pietersz Crabeth (1510–1590), Dutch glass painter

  • Frank Barrington Craig (1902–1951), English painter and art teacher

  • James Humbert Craig (1877–1944), Irish painter

  • Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472–1553), German painter, print-maker and engraver

  • Lucas Cranach the Younger (1515–1586), German painter

  • Lefevre James Cranstone (1822–1893), English/Australian painter

  • Hugh Adam Crawford (1898–1982), Scottish portrait painter

  • Fred Cress (born 1938), English/Australian painter

  • Susan Crile (born 1942), American painter and print-maker

  • Carlo Crivelli (1435–1495), Italian painter

  • Ivan Lacković Croata (born 1932), Yugoslav/Croatian painter

  • Charles Crodel (1894–1974), German painter and stained-glass artist

  • Ray Crooke (born 1922), Australian landscape artist

  • Jasper Francis Cropsey (1823–1900), American landscape artist

  • William Crosbie (1915–1999), Scottish painter

  • Henri-Edmond Cross (1856–1910), French painter and print-maker

  • Jean Crotti (1878–1958), French painter

  • Gonzalo Endara Crow (1936–1996), Ecuadorian painter and writer

  • William Crozier (1893–1930), Scottish painter

  • Robert Crozier (1815–1891), English portrait artist

  • István Csók (1865–1961), Hungarian painter

  • Enzo Cucchi (born 1949), Italian painter

  • Cui Bai (崔白, fl. 1050–1080), Chinese painter

  • Cui Zizhong (崔子忠, died 1644), Chinese painter

  • Constance Gordon-Cumming (1837–1924), Scottish painter and travel writer

  • Charles Cundall (1890–1971), English topographical painter

  • Nora Cundell (1889–1948), English painter

  • Rinaldo Cuneo (1877–1939), American painter

  • John Steuart Curry (1897–1946), American painter and illustrator

  • Frances Currey (1925–2012), American painter

  • Aelbert Cuyp (1620–1691), Dutch landscape painter

  • Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp (1612–1652), Dutch landscape painter

  • Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp (1594–1652), Dutch portrait and landscape painter

  • Boleslaw Cybis (1895–1957), Polish painter, sculptor and muralist

  • Władysław Czachórski (1850–1911), Polish painter

  • Jozef Czapski (1896–1993), Polish artist, author and army officer

  • Szymon Czechowicz (1689–1775), Polish painter

  • Alfons von Czibulka (1888–1969), Austro-Hungarian/Czech painter and writer

  • Béla Czóbel (1883–1976), Hungarian painter

  • Tibor Czorba (1906-1985), Hungarian painter

  • Tytus Czyżewski (1880–1945), Polish painter, art theorist and poet

  • Richard Dadd (1817–1886), English fairy-tale painter

  • Bernardo Daddi (c.1280–1348), Italian painter

  • Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret (1852–1929), French naturalist painter

  • Johan Christian Dahl (1788–1857), Norwegian painter

  • Michael Dahl (1659–1743), Swedish portrait painter

  • Helen Dahm (1878–1968), Swiss print-maker and muralist

  • Dai Jin (戴進, 1388–1462), Chinese Zhe Schoolpainter

  • Dai Xi (戴熙, 1801–1860), Chinese genre painter

  • Claire Dalby (born 1944), Scottish/English artist, engraver and book illustrator

  • Roy Dalgarno (1910–2001), Australian painter and art lecturer

  • Salvador Dalí (1904–1989), Spanish surrealistpainter

  • Christen Dalsgaard (1824–1907), Danish painter

  • Thomas Aquinas Daly (born 1937), American landscape and still life painter

  • Dietmar Damerau (1935–2011), German/Greek painter and sculptor

  • Ken Danby (1940–2007), Canadian artist and medalist

  • Vito D'Ancona (1825–1884), Italian artist

  • Josef Dande (1911–1969), Hungarian landscape artist

  • Leonard Daniels (1909–1998), English artist, teacher and administrator

  • Heinrich Danioth (1896–1953), Swiss painter

  • Nassos Daphnis (1914–2010), American painter, sculptor and plant breeder

  • Fritz von Dardel (1817–1901), Swedish illustrator and caricaturist

  • Nils von Dardel (1888–1943), Swedish painter

  • Jacques Daret (1404–1470), Netherlandish painter

  • William Dargie (1912–2003), Australian portrait painter

  • Charles-François Daubigny (1817–1878), French painter of the Barbizon school

  • Honoré Daumier (1808–1879), French print-maker, caricaturist, painter and sculptor

  • Max Dauthendey (1867–1918), German painter and author

  • Gerard David (ca.1450–1523), Netherlandish painter and manuscript illuminator

  • Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825), French Neoclassical painter

  • Mary C. Davidson (1865–1951), Scottish landscape painter

  • Ivor Davies (born 1935), Welsh painter and mosaic artist

  • Charles Harold Davis (1856–1933), American landscape painter

  • Eleanor Layfield Davis (1911–1985), American painter and sculptor

  • Mary Davis, Lady Davis (1866–

  • Mary Davis, Lady Davis (1866–1941), designer and painter of fans

  • Heinrich Maria Davringhausen (1894–1970), German painter

  • Gladys Dawson (1909–1993), English painter

  • Janet Dawson (born 1935), Australian painter

  • Gene Davis (1920–1985), American color-fieldpainter

  • Ronald Davis (born 1937), American painter

  • Stuart Davis (1892–1964), American modernistpainter

  • Adrienn Henczné Deák (1890–1956), Hungarian painter

  • Édouard Debat-Ponsan (1847–1913), French academic painter

  • Alison Debenham (1903–1967), English painter

  • Jean Baptiste Debret (1768–1848), French painter and lithographer

  • Joseph DeCamp (1858–1923), American painter and educator

  • Michel De Caso (born 1956), French visual artist

  • Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia (1909–1982), American painter, sculptor, lithographer and composer

  • Raoul De Keyser (1930–2012), Belgian painter

  • Eric de Kolb (1916-2001), Austrian/American painter, sculptor and designer

  • Roy De Maistre (1894–1968), Australian artist

  • Giuseppe De Nittis (1846–1884), Italian painter

  • Edgar Degas (1834–1917), French painter, sculptor, print-maker and draftsman

  • Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863), French painter and muralist

  • Michel Delacroix (born 1933), French naïve painter

  • Beauford Delaney (1901–1979), American modernist painter

  • Joseph Delaney (1904–1991), American artist

  • Robert Delaunay (1885–1941), French Orphist artist

  • Sonia Delaunay-Terk (1885–1979), French Orphist artist

  • Dirck van Delen (1605–1671), Dutch architectural painter

  • Willem Jacobsz Delff (1580–1638), Dutch engraver and painter

  • Santiago Martínez Delgado (1906–1964), Colombian painter, sculptor and writer

  • Paul Delvaux (1897–1994), Belgian painter

  • Jenny Eakin Delony (1866–1949), American painter and educator

  • Richard Demarco (born 1930), Scottish artist and promoter

  • Grillo Demo (fl. 1978 onwards), Argentine/Spanish artist

  • Charles Demuth (1883–1935), American water-colorist and oil painter

  • Valéria Dénes (1877–1915), Hungarian painter

  • Maurice Denis (1870–1943), French painter, decorative artist and writer

  • Roger Wilson Dennis (1902–1966), American painter

  • Christabel Dennison (1884-1924), English painter and sculptor

  • André Derain (1880–1954), French painter and sculptor

  • Brigid Derham (1943–1980), English abstract painter

  • Gyula Derkovits (1894–1934), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Martin Desjardins (1637–1694), Belgian/French sculptor and stuccoist

  • Paul Lucien Dessau (1909–1999), English painter and musician

  • Yehia Dessouki (born 1978), Egyptian painter and visual artist

  • Édouard Detaille (1847–1912), French painter and military artist

  • Serafino De Tivoli (1826–1892), Italian artist

  • Anthony Devas (1911–1958), English portrait painter

  • Giorgio De Vincenzi (1884–1965), Italian painter and etcher

  • Thomas Dewing (1851–1938), American tonalistpainter

  • Alexander Deyneka (1899–1969), Soviet painter, graphic artist and sculptor

  • David Diao (born 1943) American artist and teacher

  • Emiliano Di Cavalcanti (1897–1976), Brazilian painter

  • Jessie Alexandra Dick (1896–1976), Scottish painter

  • Robert Dickerson (1929–2015), Australian figurative painter

  • Edwin Dickinson (1891–1978), American painter and draftsman

  • Porfirio DiDonna (1942–1986), American artist

  • Richard Diebenkorn (1922–1993), American painter and print-maker

  • Pieter Franciscus Dierckx (1871–1950), Belgian impressionist painter

  • Adolf Dietrich (1877–1957), Swiss naïve artist and laborer

  • Mary Dignam (1860–1938), Canadian painter and activist

  • Sam Dillemans (born 1965), Belgian painter

  • Meredith Dillman, American fantasy artist and illustrator

  • Silvia Dimitrova (born 1970), Bulgarian icon painter

  • Jim Dine (born 1935), American pop artist

  • Ding Guanpeng (丁觀鵬, 1708–1771), Chinese painter

  • Ding Yunpeng (丁雲鵬, 1547–1628), Chinese painter

  • Abidin Dino (1913–1993), Turkish artist and painter

  • Dionisius (c. 1440–1502), Russian head of the Moscow icon painters' school

  • Balázs Diószegi (1914–1999), Hungarian painter

  • Paul Dirmeikis (born 1954), French-speaking Lithuanian poet, composer, performer and painter

  • Eve Disher (1894–1991), English portrait painter

  • Alén Diviš (1900–1956), Czechoslovak pai

  • Alén Diviš (1900–1956), Czechoslovak painter of the melancholic

  • Otto Dix (1891–1969), German painter and print-maker

  • William Dobell (1899–1970), Australian painter

  • William Dobson (1610–1646), English portrait painter

  • Mstislav Dobuzhinsky (1875–1957) Russian/Lithuanian painter and illustrator

  • Lois Dodd (born 1927), American painter

  • Isobelle Ann Dods-Withers (1876–1939), Scottish painter

  • Theo van Doesburg (1883–1931), Dutch painter, writer and architect

  • Eppo Doeve (1907–1981), Dutch painter and cartoonist

  • Tommaso Dolabella (1570–1650), Italian/Polish painter

  • László Dombrovszky (1894–1982), Hungarian painter

  • Domenichino (or Domenico Zampieri) (1581–1641), Italian painter

  • Óscar Domínguez (1906–1957), Spanish surrealist painter

  • Tadeusz Dominik (born 1928), Polish painter, draftsman and art professor

  • Inshō Dōmoto (堂本印象, 1891–1975), Japanese nihonga painter

  • David Donaldson (1916–1996), Scottish royal painter and illuminator

  • János Donát (1744–1830), Hungarian painter

  • Dong Qichang (董其昌, 1555–1636), Chinese painter, calligrapher and art theorist

  • Dong Yuan (董源, 934–962), Chinese painter

  • Antonio Donghi (1897–1963), Italian painter

  • Lambert Doomer (1624–1700), Dutch landscape painter

  • Gustave Doré (1832–1883), French artist, print-maker and illustrator

  • Kees van Dongen (1877–1968), Dutch/French painter

  • Géza Dósa (1846–1871), Hungarian painter

  • Dosso Dossi (ca.1490–1542), Italian painter

  • Gerrit Dou (1613–1675), Dutch painter

  • Jaroslav Doubrava (1909–1960), Czechoslovak painter, composer and pedagogue

  • Thomas Doughty (1793–1856), American landscape artist

  • Aaron Douglas (1898–1979), American painter, illustrator and visual arts educator

  • William Fettes Douglas (1822–1891), Scottish painter and President of the Royal Scottish Academy

  • Thomas Millie Dow (1848–1919), Scottish/American painter

  • Rackstraw Downes (born 1939), English/American realist painter and author

  • Helen Thomas Dranga (1866–1940), British/American painter

  • Pamela Drew (1910–1989), English marine and aviation painter

  • William Dring (1904–1990), English portrait painter

  • Willem Drost (1633–1659), Dutch painter and print-maker

  • Orshi Drozdik (born 1946), Hungarian artist and feminist

  • Malcolm Drummond (1880–1945), English painter and print-maker

  • Russell Drysdale (1912–1981), Australian artist

  • Du Jin (杜堇, c. 1465–1509), Chinese painter

  • Du Qiong (杜瓊, 1396–1474), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Albert Dubois-Pillet (1846–1890) French painter and army officer

  • Nikolay Nikanorovich Dubovskoy (1859–1918), Russian landscape painter

  • Mario Dubsky (1939–1985), English artist

  • Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985), French painter and sculptor

  • Duccio (1255–1319), Italian painter

  • Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968), French artist

  • Raymond Duchamp-Villon (1876–1918), French sculptor

  • Suzanne Duchamp-Crotti (1889–1963), French painter

  • Jacob Duck (1600–1667), Dutch painter and etcher

  • Jack M. Ducker (fl. 1910–1930), European landscape

  • Jean Dufy (1888–1964), French painter

  • Raoul Dufy (1877–1953), French painter

  • Thomas Cantrell Dugdale (1880–1952), English portrait painter and war artist

  • Edward Dugmore (1915–1996), American painter

  • Karel Dujardin (1622–1678), Dutch painter

  • Frank DuMond (1865–1951), American painter and teacher

  • Henri-Julien Dumont (1859–1921), French painter

  • Augustus Dunbier (1888–1977), American painter

  • Brian Dunlop (born 1938), Australian still life and figurative painter

  • Anne Dunn (born 1929), English artist and draftsman

  • Elizabeth Durack (1915–2000), Australian artist and writer

  • Asher Brown Durand (1796–1886), American painter

  • Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528), German painter, print-maker and theorist

  • Cornelis Dusart (1660–1704), Dutch painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Willem Cornelisz Duyster (1599–1678), Dutch painter of military life

  • Geoffrey Dyer (born 1947), Australian painter

  • Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641), Flemish/English court painter

  • Floris van Dyck (1575–1651), Dutch still-life painter

  • Friedel Dzubas (1915–1994), German/American abstract painter

  • Aileen Eagleton (1902–1984), English painter

  • Thomas Eakins (1844–1916), American realist painter, photographer, sculptor and fine arts educator

  • Ralph Earl (1751–1801), American portrait painter

  • Augustus Earle (1793–1838), English traveling artist

  • Alfred East (1849–1913), English painter

  • Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg (1783–1853), Danish painter

  • Otto Eckmann (1865–1902), German painter and graphic artist

  • Don Eddy (born 1944), American painter and photo-realist

  • Albert Edelfelt (1854–1905), Finnish painter

  • Ursula Edgcumbe (1900–1985), English sculptor and painter

  • Edith Edmonds (1874–1951), English still-life and landscape painter

  • Robert Edmonstone (1794–1834), Scottish painter and draftsman

  • May de Montravel Edwardes (1887–1967), English painter and miniaturist

  • Helen Edwards (1882–1963), English landscape painter

  • John Uzzell Edwards (1934–2014), Welsh painter

  • Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (1621–1674), Dutch painter

  • Camilo Egas (1889–1962), Ecuadorian/American painter and teacher

  • Maude Kaufman Eggemeyer (1877–1959) American painter

  • Albin Egger-Lienz (1868–1926), Austrian painter of rustic and historical paintings

  • József Egry (1883–1951), Hungarian painter

  • Ei-Q (瑛九, 1911–1960), Japanese artist, photographer and engraver

  • Louis Eilshemius (1864–1941), American painter

  • Einar Hakonarson (born 1945), Icelandic painter

  • Eishōsai Chōki (栄松斎長喜, fl. 1786–1808), Japanese woodblock print designer

  • Ib Eisner (1925–2003), Danish artist

  • Eizan Kikukawa (菊川英山, 1787–1867) Japanese woodblock print designer

  • Bouchta El Hayani (born 1952), Moroccan painter

  • Mildred Eldridge (1909–1991), English painter, muralist and illustrator

  • Ken Elias (born 1944), Welsh artist

  • Pieter Janssens Elinga (1623–1682), Dutch painter

  • Clifford Ellis (1907–1985), English painter, print-maker and art teacher

  • Adam Elsheimer (1578–1610), German artist of cabinet paintings

  • Arthur Webster Emerson, American painter

  • Tracey Emin (born 1963), English painter, draftsman and sculptor

  • Paul Emmert (1826–1867), Swiss/American artist and print-maker

  • Lydia Field Emmet (1866–1952), American portrait painter

  • Rosalie Emslie (1891–1977), English landscape and portrait painter

  • Cornelis Engebrechtsz (1462–1527), Dutch painter

  • Florence Engelbach (1872–1951), English portrait and landscape painter

  • Grace English (1891–1956), English painter and etcher

  • Ron English (born 1948), American artist of brand imagery

  • Carlos Enríquez Gómez (1900–1957), Cuban painter, illustrator and writer

  • James Ensor (1860–1949), Belgian painter and print-maker

  • Ben Enwonwu (1921–1994), Nigerian painter and sculptor

  • Sir Jacob Epstein (1880–1959), American/English sculptor

  • Sven Erixson (1899–1970), Swedish painter and sculptor

  • Hans Erni (born 1909), Swiss graphic designer, painter and engraver

  • Max Ernst (1891–1976), German painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and poet

  • Rodolfo Escalera (1929–2000), Mexican artist and plate collector

  • M. C. Escher (1898–1972), Dutch graphic artist

  • Andrey Esionov (born 1963), Russian painter and graphic artist

  • Robert Lee Eskridge (1891–1975), American genre painter, muralist and illustrator

  • Jacob Esselens (1626–1687), Dutch landscape painter

  • Richard Estes (born 1936), American artist and photo-realist painter

  • Bracha L. Ettinger (born 1951), Israeli/French painter and writer

  • William Etty (1787–1849), English history painter

  • Cerith Wyn Evans (born 1958), Welsh artist, sculptor and film-maker

  • Dulah Marie Evans (1875–1951), American painter, print-maker and etcher

  • Vincent Evans (1896–1976), Welsh painter, print-maker and art teacher

  • Eamon Everall (born 1948), English artist and educator

  • Allaert van Everdingen (1621–1675) Dutch painter and print-maker

  • Caesar van Everdingen (1617–1678), Dutch portrait and history painter

  • Philip Evergood (1901–1971), American artist, sculptor and writer

  • Mikhail Evstafiev (born 1963), Soviet/Russian artist, photographer and writer

  • Julius Exner (1863–1939), Danish genre painter

  • Barthélemy d'Eyck (1420 – after 1470), Netherlandish/French artist and manuscript illuminator

  • Hubert van Eyck (1385–1426), Netherlandish painter

  • Jan van Eyck (1390–1441), Netherlandish painter

  • John Eyre (1771–1812), Australian painter and engraver

  • Annabel Eyres (born 1965), English print-maker and painter

  • Carl Eytel (1862–1925), German/American landscape painter and illustrator

  • Bogi Fabian (born 1984), Hungarian/Italian painter

  • Barent Fabritius (1624–1673), Dutch painter

  • Carel Fabritius (1622–1654), Dutch painter

  • Johannes Fabritius (1636–1693), Dutch still-life painter

  • Pietro Faccini (1562–1602), Italian painter

  • Caesar Andrade Faini (1913–1995), Ecuadorian painter and teacher

  • Ian Fairweather (1891–1974), Scottish/Australian painter

  • Leila Faithfull (1896–1994), English wartime and portrait painter

  • Julian Fałat (1853–1929), Polish watercolor painter

  • Aniello Falcone (1600–1665), Italian battle-scene painter

  • Alexandre Falguière (1831–1900), French sculptor and painter

  • Hans Falk (1918–2002), Swiss/Italian painter, poster artist and graphic designer

  • Robert Falk (1886–1958), Russian painter

  • Claire Falkenstein (1908–1997), American sculptor and painter

  • Fernando Amorsolo (1892–1972), Philippines painter and portraitist

  • Fan Kuan (范寬, 990–1030), Chinese landscape painter

  • Fan Qi, (樊圻, 1616–1694), Chinese landscape painter

  • Fang Congyi (方從義, 1302–1393) Chinese painter

  • Farid Mansour (1929–2010), Lebanese painter and sculptor

  • Henri Fantin-Latour (1836–1904), French painter and lithographer

  • Dennis H. Farber (born 1946), American painter and photographer

  • Demetrios Farmakopoulos (1919–1996), Greek painter

  • Mahmoud Farshchian (born 1930), Persian painter and miniaturist

  • Bernd Fasching (born 1955), Austrian painter and sculptor

  • Giovanni Fattori (1825–1905), Italian artist and etcher

  • Jean Fautrier (1898–1964), French painter, printmaker and sculptor

  • Daphne Fedarb (1912–1992), English painter

  • Helmut Federle (born 1944), Swiss painter

  • Franz Fedier (1922–2005), Swiss painter

  • Pavel Fedotov (1815–1852), Russian painter

  • Paul Feeley (1910–1966), American artist and art director

  • Fei Danxu (費丹旭, 1801–1850), Chinese painter

  • Hermann Feierabend (1925–1995), Swiss painter

  • Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956), American painter, caricaturist and comic-strip artist

  • Robert Feke (1707–1752), American portrait portrait

  • Adolf Fényes (1867–1945), Hungarian artist

  • Béni Ferenczy (1890–1967), Hungarian sculptor and graphic artist

  • Károly Ferenczy (1862–1917), Hungarian painter

  • Noémi Ferenczy (1890–1957), Hungarian tapestry designer and weaver

  • Amos Ferguson (1920–2009), Bahamian folk artist

  • William Gouw Ferguson (1632/1633 – c. 1689), Scottish/French painter

  • Christian Jane Fergusson (1876–1957), Scottish painter

  • John Duncan Fergusson (1874–1961), Scottish painter and sculptor

  • Elsie Few (1909–1980), Jamaican/English painter and collage artist

  • Anna Findlay (1885–1968), Scottish linocut and woodcut printmaker

  • Celia Fiennes (1902–1998), English printmaker and illustrator

  • Pedro Figari (1861–1938), Uruguayan painter, lawyer and politician

  • Francesco Filippini (1853–1895), Italian painter

  • Pavel Filonov (1883–1941), Russian painter, art theorist and poet

  • Willy Finch (1854–1930). Belgian ceramicist and painter

  • Perle Fine (1905–1988) American artist

  • Leonor Fini (1908–1996), Argentine painter, illustrator and author

  • Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925–2006), Scottish artist, writer and gardener

  • Hans Fischer (1909–1958), Swiss painter

  • Paul Gustave Fischer (1860–1934), Danish painter

  • Janet Fish (born 1938), American artist

  • Alvan Fisher (1792–1863), American landscape and genre painter

  • Hugo Anton Fisher (1854–1916), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/American landscape painter

  • James Montgomery Flagg (1877–1960), American artist and illustrator

  • Dennis Flanders (1915–1994), English painter and draftsman

  • Juan de Flandes (1460–1519), Flemish/Spanish painter

  • Govert Flinck (1615–1660), Dutch painter

  • Sir William Russell Flint (1880–1969), Scottish painter and illustrator

  • Michael Flohr (born 1975), American painter

  • Cornelia MacIntyre Foley (1909–2010), American painter

  • John Fulton Folinsbee (1892–1972), American painter

  • Lucio Fontana (1899–1968), Argentinian painter, sculptor and theorist

  • Victorine Foot (1920–2000), English painter and military camouflage artist

  • Elizabeth Forbes (1859–1912), Canadian/English painter

  • Stanhope Forbes (1857–1947), English artist

  • Laura Ford (born 1961), English painter

  • Michael Ford (1920–2005), English artist and illustrator

  • Mollie Forestier-Walker (1912–1990), English portrait painter

  • Melozzo da Forlì (ca. 1438–1494), Italian fresco painter

  • William Forsyth (1854–1935), American painter

  • Graham Forsythe (living), Northern Irish/Canadian painter

  • E. Charlton Fortune (1885–1969), American painter

  • Marià Fortuny (1838–1874), Spanish (Catalan) painter

  • Johanna Marie Fosie (1726–1764), Danish painter

  • Tsuguharu Foujita (藤田嗣治, 1886–1968), Japanese/French painter and print-maker

  • Cherryl Fountain (born 1950), English still life, landscape and botanical artist

  • Jean Fouquet (1425–1481), French panel painter, manuscript illuminator and portrait miniaturist

  • Alexandre-Évariste Fragonard (1780–1850), French painter and sculptor

  • Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806), French painter and printmaker

  • Art Frahm (1907–1981), American painter

  • Piero della Francesca (c. 1415–1492), Italian artist

  • François Louis Thomas Francia (1772–1839), French painter

  • John F. Francis (1808–1886), American still life painter

  • Sam Francis (1923–1994), American painter and printmaker

  • Hannah Frank (1908–2008), Scottish artist and sculptor

  • Jane Frank (1918–1986), American painter, sculptor and mixed-media artist

  • Helen Frankenthaler (1928–2011), American abstract expressionist painter

  • Eva Frankfurther (1930–1959), English artist

  • Manuel Franquelo (born c. 1950), Spanish painter and mixed-media sculptor

  • Frank Frazetta (born 1928), American artist and poster painter

  • Wilhelm Freddie (1909–1995), Danish painter, sculptor and film-maker

  • Robert Freebairn (1765–1808), Scottish/English painter

  • Jane Freeman (1871–1963), English/American painter and art teacher

  • Jane Freilicher (1924–2014), American painter

  • Charles Alphonse du Fresnoy (1611–1665), French painter and writer

  • Lucian Freud (1922–2011), English figurative painter

  • Sigmund Freudenberger (1745–1801), Swiss painter

  • Friedrich Ritter von Friedländer-Malheim (1825–1901), Austro-Hungarian (Bohemian) painter

  • Caspar David Friedrich (1774–1840), German landscape painter

  • Hans Fries (1465–1523), Swiss painter

  • Pia Fries (born 1955), Swiss painter

  • Frederick Carl Frieseke (1874–1939), American/French painter, illustrator and etcher

  • Lorentz Frölich (1820–1908), Danish painter, illustrator and etcher

  • Otto Frölicher (1840–1890), Swiss landscape painter

  • Nicolas Froment (1450–1490), French religious painter

  • Brian Froud (born 1947), English fantasy illustrator

  • Fu Baoshi (傅抱石, 1904–1965), Chinese painter and art researcher

  • Emil Fuchs (1866–1929) Austrian/American sculptor, painter and author

  • Nick Fudge (born 1960), British painter, sculptor and digital artist

  • Fujishima Takeji (藤島武二, 1867–1943), Japanese painter

  • Fujiwara Nobuzane (藤原信実, 1176–1265), Japanese portrait painter

  • Fujiwara Takanobu (藤原隆信, 1142–1205), Japanese portrait painter

  • Francesco Furini (c. 1600 or 1603–1646), Italian painter

  • Wilhelmina Weber Furlong (1878–1962), American modernist painter

  • Thomas Furlong (1886–1952), American muralist and portrait painter

  • Ludovit Fulla (1902–1980), Slovak painter, graphic artist and teacher

  • Violet Fuller (1920–2006), English painter

  • Joseph von Führich (1800–1876), Austrian painter

  • John Russell Fulton (1896–1979), American painter and illustrator

  • Charles Furneaux (1835–1913), American painter and art teacher

  • Henry Fuseli (1741–1825), Swiss/English painter, draftsman and writer on art

  • Anna Füssli (1749–1772), Swiss painter

  • Johann Caspar Füssli (1706–1782), Swiss portrait painter and writer

  • Johann Kaspar Füssli (1743–1786), Swiss painter and entomologist

  • Agnolo Gaddi (c. 1350–1396), Italian painter

  • Taddeo Gaddi (c. 1300–1366), Italian painter and architect

  • Gai Qi (改琦, 1774–1829), Chinese painter and poet

  • Thomas Gainsborough (1727–1788), English painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Tamas Galambos (born 1939), Hungarian painter

  • Fede Galizia (1578–1630), Italian painter

  • Ellen Gallagher (born 1965), American painter, and film and video-maker

  • Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865–1931), Finnish painter

  • Giovanni Antonio Galli (1585 – c. 1651), Italian painter

  • Byron Galvez (born 1941), Mexican painter and sculptor

  • Lattanzio Gambara (c. 1530–1574), Italian painter

  • Thomas Gambier Parry (1816–1888), English painter and art collector

  • Henry Snell Gamley (1865–1928), Scottish sculptor

  • Antonio de la Gandara (1861–1917), French painter, pastel painter and draftsman

  • Gang Hui-an (강희안, c. 1417–1464), Korean painter and scholar

  • Gang Se-hwang (강세황, 1713–1791), Korean painter, calligrapher and government official

  • Kishi Ganku (岸駒, 1756–1839), Japanese painter

  • Simon Gaon (born 1943), American painter

  • Gao Cen (高岑, died 1689), Chinese painter

  • Gao Fenghan (高鳳翰, 1683–1749), Chinese painter and poet

  • Gao Kegong (髙克恭, 1248–1310), Chinese painter and poet

  • Gao Qipei (高其佩, 1660–1734), Chinese artist

  • Gao Xiang (高翔, 1688–1753), Chinese painter

  • Daniel Garber (1880–1958), American painter

  • Víctor Manuel García Valdés (1897–1967), Cuban painter

  • Margaret Garland (1893–1976), English painter

  • David Garner (born 1958), Welsh installation artist

  • Joy Garnett (born 1960), American artist and writer

  • Meredith Garniss (born 1967), American visual artist and painter

  • Norman Garstin (1847–1926), Irish painter, teacher and critic

  • Lee Gatch (1902–1968), American artist

  • Gatōken Shunshi (画登軒春芝, fl. 1820–1828), Japanese designer of woodblock prints

  • Friedrich Gauermann (1807–1862), Austrian painter

  • Jakob Gauermann (1773–1843), German painter and engraver

  • Paul Gauguin (1848–1903), French artist

  • Giovanni Battista Gaulli (1639–1709), Italian painter

  • Robert Gavin (1827–1883), Scottish painter

  • Nikolai Ge (1831–1894), Russian painter

  • William Gear (1915–1997), Scottish painter

  • Andrew Geddes (1783–1844), Scottish/English painter and etcher

  • Margaret Geddes (1914–1998), English painter

  • Ilka Gedő (1921–1985), Hungarian painter and graphic artist

  • Geertgen tot Sint Jans (c. 1460 – c. 1490), Netherlandish painter

  • Alison Geissler (1907–2011), Scottish glass engraver

  • William Geissler (1894–1963), Scottish artist and wartime cartographer

  • Aert de Gelder (1645–1727), Dutch painter

  • Justus van Gent (1410–1480), Netherlandish/Italian painter

  • Nick Gentry (born 1980), English artist

  • Ivan Generalić (1914–1992), Yugoslav/Croatian painter

  • Artemisia Gentileschi (1593–1651), Italian painter

  • Orazio Gentileschi (1563–1639), Italian painter

  • Paul Georges (1923–2002), American painter

  • Aleksandr Gerasimov (1881–1963), Russian/Soviet painter

  • Fernando Gerassi (1899–1974), Turkish/American artist

  • Théodore Géricault (1791–1824), French painter and lithographer

  • Abdullah Gërguri (1931–1994), Yugoslav/Kosovarpainter and restorer

  • Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824–1904), French painter and sculptor

  • Kaff Gerrard (1894–1970), English painter and potter

  • Wojciech Gerson (1831–1901), Polish painter

  • Richard Gerstl (1883–1908), Austrian painter and draftsman

  • Mark Gertler (1891–1939), English painter

  • Solomon Gessner (1730–1788), Swiss painter, graphic artist and poet

  • Cristache Gheorghiu (born 1937), Romanian/Greek painter and writer

  • Jacob de Gheyn II (1565–1629), Dutch painter and engraver

  • Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449–1494), Italian Renaissance

  • Ridolfo Ghirlandaio (1483–1561), Italian painter

  • Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966), Swiss sculptor, painter and draftsman

  • Diego Giacometti (1902–1985), Swiss sculptor and designer

  • Giovanni Giacometti (1868–1933), Swiss painter

  • Khalil Gibran (1883–1931), Lebanese/American visual artist and poet

  • David Cooke Gibson (1827–1856), Scottish painter and poet

  • John Gibson (1790–1866), Welsh/Italian sculptor

  • Stefan Gierowski (born 1925), Polish painter

  • Harald Giersing (1881–1927), Danish painter

  • Aleksander Gierymski (1850–1901), Polish painter

  • Maksymilian Gierymski (1846–1874), Polish watercolor painter

  • Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823–1880), American landscape painter

  • H. R. Giger (born 1940), Swiss painter

  • Araceli Gilbert (1913–1993), Ecuadorian artist

  • Stephen Gilbert (1910–2007), Scottish painter and sculptor

  • James Giles (1801–1870), Scottish painter

  • Colin Gill (1892–1940), English mural and portrait painter

  • Gregory Gillespie (1936–2000), American magic realist painter

  • James Gillick (born 1972), English painter and applied artist

  • William George Gillies (1898–1973), Scottish painter

  • Harold Gilman (1945–2000), English painter

  • Phyllis Ginger (1907–2005), English artist and illustrator

  • Charles Ginner(1878–1952), English painter

  • Giorgione (c. 1477–1510), Italian painter

  • Giotto (1267–1337), Italian painter and architect

  • Frank J. Girardin (1856–1945), American artist and baseball player

  • François Girardon (1628–1715), French sculptor

  • Marie-Suzanne Giroust (1734–1772), French painter, miniaturist and pastellist

  • Fritz Glarner (1899–1972), Swiss/American painter

  • Ilya Glazunov (1930–2017), Soviet/Russian artist and academy rector

  • Albert Gleizes (1881–1953), French artist and theorist

  • Charles Gleyre (1806–1874), French artist and teacher

  • Oton Gliha (1914–1999), Yugoslav/Croatian artist

  • John William Godward (1861–1922), English painter

  • Hugo van der Goes (1440–1483), Flemish painter

  • Leo Goetz (1883–1962), German painter

  • Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890), Dutch painter

  • Elias Goldberg (1886–1978), American painter

  • Michael Goldberg (1924–2007) American artist

  • Hilde Goldschmidt (1897–1980), German painter and print-maker

  • E. William Gollings (1878–1932), American painter

  • Leon Golub (1922–2004), American painter

  • Hendrik Goltzius (1558–1617), Dutch print-maker, draftsman and painter

  • Nuno Gonçalves (fl. 1450–1471), Portuguese court painter

  • Natalia Goncharova (1881–1962), Russian/Soviet painter, writer and illustrator

  • Gong Kai (龔開, 1222–1307), Chinese painter and government official

  • Gong Xian (龔賢, 1618–1689), Chinese painter

  • Eva Gonzalès (1849–1883), French painter

  • Julio González (sculptor) (1876–1942), Spanish sculptor and painter

  • Carl Arnold Gonzenbach (1806–1885), Swiss painter

  • Frederick Goodall (1822–1904), English artist

  • Robert Goodnough (1917–2010), American painter

  • Hilda May Gordon (1874–1972), English watercolor painter

  • John Watson Gordon (1788–1864), Scottish painter and Royal Scottish Academy President

  • Constance Gordon-Cumming (1837–1924), Scottish painter and travel writer

  • Spencer Gore (1878–1914), English painter

  • Arshile Gorky (1904–1948) American artist

  • Maria Johanna Görtz (1783–1853), Swedish painter

  • Jan Gossaert (c. 1478–1532), Netherlandish/French painter and draftsman

  • Caroline Gotch (1854–1945), English painter

  • Adolph Gottlieb (1903–1974) American artist

  • Leopold Gottlieb (1879–1934), Polish painter

  • Maurycy Gottlieb (1856–1879), Polish painter

  • Karl Otto Götz (born 1914), German artist, draftsman and art professor

  • Hendrick Goudt (1583–1648), Dutch painter, print-maker and draftsman

  • Tom Gourdie (1913–2005), Scottish artist, calligrapher and teacher

  • Francisco Josè de Goya (1746–1828), Spanish painter and print-maker

  • Jan van Goyen (1596–1656), Dutch landscape painter

  • Goyō Hashiguchi (橋口五葉, 1880–1921), Japanese artist

  • Igor Grabar (1871–1960), Russian painter, restorer and historian of art

  • Anton Graff (1736–1813), Swiss portrait artist

  • Peter Benjamin Graham (1925–1987), Australian visual artist, printer, and art theorist

  • Eugenio Granell (1912–2001), Spanish artist, musician and writer

  • Duncan Grant (1885–1978), Scottish painter and designer

  • James Ardern Grant (1887–1973), English painter and print-maker

  • Mary Grant (1831–1908), Scottish/English sculptor

  • Eugène Grasset (1845–1917), Swiss decorative artist

  • Enrique Grau (1920–2004), Colombian artist

  • Nancy Graves (1939–1995), American sculptor, painter and print-maker

  • Alasdair Gray (1934–2019), Scottish artist and writer

  • Cleve Gray (1918–2004), American painter

  • Norah Neilson Gray (1882–1931), Scottish painter

  • Edmund Greacen (1877–1949), American painter

  • Pieter de Grebber (1600–1653), Dutch painter

  • El Greco (1541–1614), Greek/Spanish painter, sculptor and architect

  • Art Green (born 1941), American artist

  • Balcomb Greene (1904–1990), American artist and teacher

  • Gertrude Greene (1904–1956), American sculptor and painter

  • Stephen Greene (1917–1999), American artist

  • Barbara Greg (1900–1983), English painter and illustrator

  • Jan Gregoor (1914–1982), Dutch painter and art educator

  • Louis Grell (1887–1960), American artist

  • HAP Grieshaber (1908–1981), German artist and woodcut maker

  • Jan Griffier (1652–1718), Dutch/English painter

  • Robert Griffier (1688–1750), English/Dutch painter

  • Gwenny Griffiths (1867–1953), Welsh painter

  • Samuel Hieronymus Grimm (1733–1794), Swiss landscape artist

  • John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836–1893), English artist

  • Juan Gris (1887–1927), Spanish/French painter

  • Giuseppe Grisoni (1699–1796), Italian painter and sculptor

  • Konrad Grob (1828–1904), Swiss painter

  • Pieter Anthonisz. van Groenewegen (1600–1658), Dutch landscape painter

  • Ivan Grohar (1867–1911), Austro-Hungarian (Slovene) painter

  • Mary Elizabeth Groom (1903–1958), English print-maker and book illustrator

  • Catrin G Grosse (born 1964), German painter, graphic designer and sculptor

  • George Grosz (1893–1959), German artist and caricaturist

  • Artur Grottger (1837–1867), Polish painter and graphic artist

  • Hugo Kārlis Grotuss (1884–1951), Russian/Latvian painter

  • Richard Gruelle (1851–1914), American painter, illustrator and author

  • Ernő Grünbaum (1908–1944/1945), Hungarian painter, draftsman and Holocaust victim

  • Isaac Grünewald (1889–1946), Swedish painter

  • Matthias Grünewald (1470–1528), German religious painter

  • Eduard von Grützner (1846–1925), German painter and art professor

  • Gu An (顧安, 1289–1365), Chinese painter

  • Gu Hongzhong (顧閎中, 937–975), Chinese painter

  • Gu Kaizhi (顧愷之, 344–406), Chinese painter and politician

  • Gu Zhengyi (顧正誼, fl. between 14th and 16th cc.), Chinese painter

  • Guan Daosheng (管道昇, 1262–1319) Chinese painter and poet

  • Francesco Guardi (1712–1793), Italian painter

  • Oswaldo Guayasamín (1919–1999), Ecuadorian painter and sculptor

  • Max Gubler (1898–1973), Swisss artist

  • Hans Gude (1825–1903), Norwegian painter

  • Paul Guigou (1834–1871), French landscape painter

  • Albert Guillaume (1873–1942), French painter and caricaturist

  • Armand Guillaumin (1841–1927), French painter and lithographer

  • Lajos Gulácsy (1882–1932), Hungarian painter

  • Genco Gulan (born 1969), Turkish painter and sculptor

  • Olaf Gulbransson (1873–1958), Norwegian artist, painter and designer

  • Ismail Gulgee (1926–2007), Indian/Pakistani painter

  • Herbert James Gunn (1893–1964), Scottish painter

  • Guo Chun (郭純, 1370–1444), Chinese painter

  • Guo Xi (郭熙, 1020–1090), Chinese landscape painter

  • Nazmi Ziya Guran (1881–1937), Turkish painter and art teacher

  • Elena Guro (1877–1913), Russian painter and writer

  • Alfred Richard Gurrey, Sr. (1852–1944), American landscape painter

  • Ella Guru (born 1966), American painter and musician

  • Philip Guston (1913–1980), American artist

  • Gusukuma Seihō (城間清豊, 1614–1644), Japanese court painter

  • Albert Paris Gütersloh (1887–1973), Austro-Hungarian/Austrian painter and writer

  • James Guthrie (1859–1930), Scottish painter

  • Kathleen Guthrie (1905–1981), English painter

  • Robin Guthrie (1902–1971), English painter

  • Judith Gutierrez (1927–2003), Ecuadorian/Mexican painter

  • Werner Gutzeit (1932–2014), Danish/German painter and designer

  • Jenő Gyárfás (1857–1925), Hungarian painter, graphic artist and writer

  • Líviusz Gyulai (born 1937), Romanian (Hungarian) graphic artist, print-maker and illustrator

  • Joris van der Haagen (c. 1615–1669), Dutch painter

  • Cornelis van Haarlem (1562–1638), Dutch painter and draftsman

  • John Haberle (1858–1933), American painter

  • Jan Hackaert (1628–1685), Dutch painter

  • Jacob Philipp Hackert (1737–1807), German/Italian landscape painter

  • Johannes van Haensbergen (1642–1705), Dutch painter

  • Karl Hagedorn (1889–1969), German/English painter and illustrator

  • Karl Hagedopoorn (1922–2005), German/American painter, lithographer and etcher

  • Sally Haley (1908–2007), American painter

  • Adélaïde Victoire Hall (1772–1844), French artist and noblewoman

  • Patrick Hall (1906–1992), English landscape painter

  • Thomas Symington Halliday (1902–1998), Scottish painter and sculptor

  • Hallsteinn Sigurðsson (born 1945), Icelandic sculptor and artist

  • Dirck Hals (1591–1656), Dutch painter

  • Frans Hals (1580–1666), Dutch painter

  • Elaine Hamilton (1920–2010), American painter and muralist

  • Gavin Hamilton (1723–1798), Scottish/Italian painter

  • Gawen Hamilton (1698–1737), Scottish/English painter

  • Maggie Hamilton (1867–1952), Scottish painter

  • Richard Hamilton (1922–2011), English painter and collage artist

  • Doc Hammer (born 1978), American artist, musician and actor

  • Wilhelm Hammershøi (1864–1916), Danish painter

  • Frederick Hammersley (1919–2009), American painter

  • Hermione Hammond (1910–2005), English painter

  • Nina Hamnett (1890–1956), Welsh artist and writer

  • Han Gan (韩干/韓幹, 706–783), Chinese painter

  • Raymond Han (born 1931), American painter

  • Hanabusa Itchō (英一蝶, 1652–1724), Japanese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Hanabusa Itchō II (1677–1737), Japanese painter

  • Jakob Emanuel Handmann (1718–1781), Swiss portrait painter

  • Jakob Häne (1913–1978), Swiss painter

  • Adriaen Hanneman (1603–1671), Dutch painter

  • Armin Hansen (1886–1957), American painter

  • Constantin Hansen (1804–1880), Danish painter

  • William Harnett (1848–1892), American painter

  • Henri Harpignies (1819–1916), French landscape painter

  • George Frederick Harris (1856–1924), Welsh/Australian painter

  • Lawren Harris (1885–1970), Canadian painter

  • Lawrence Harris (born 1937), American painter

  • Tracy Harris (born 1958), American painter

  • Marsden Hartley (1877–1943), American painter, poet and essayist

  • Archibald Standish Hartrick (1864–1950), Scottish painter and print-maker

  • Hans Hartung (1904–1992), German/French painter

  • Gertrude Harvey (1879–1966), English painter

  • Harold Harvey (1874–1941), English painter

  • Paul Harvey (born 1960), English artist and musician

  • Hasegawa Settan (長谷川雪旦, died 1843), Japanese artist

  • Hasegawa Tōhaku (長谷川等伯, 1539–1610), Japanese painter

  • Maryam Hashemi (born 1977), Iranian/English painter

  • Hashimoto Gahō (橋本雅邦, 1835–1908), Japanese painter

  • Childe Hassam (1859–1935), American painter

  • Fathi Hassan (born 1597), Arab/Scottish installation artist

  • Julius Hatofsky (1922–2006), American painter

  • Julian Hatton (born 1956), American artist

  • Haukur Halldórsson (born 1937), Icelandic artist and illustrator

  • Lars Jonson Haukaness (1863–1929), Norwegian/Canadian painter and art instructor

  • Rudolf Hausner (1914–1995), Austrian painter, draftsman and sculptor

  • Sam Havadtoy (born 1952), Hungarian/American interior designer and painter

  • Karel Havlíček (1907–1988), Czechoslovak (Czech) painter

  • Jane Hawkins (1841–1904), English portrait painter

  • David Ramsay Hay (1798–1866), Scottish artist and interior decorator

  • Peter Alexander Hay (1866–1952), Scottish water-colorist

  • Gyoshū Hayami (速水御舟, 1894–1935), Japanese painter

  • Colin Hayes (1919–2003), English painter and teacher of art

  • Francesco Hayez (1791–1882), Italian painter

  • Martin Johnson Heade (1818–1904), American painter

  • Isobel Heath (1908–1989), English painter and poet

  • Ernest Hébert (1817–1908), French academic painter

  • Jeanne Hébuterne (1898–1920), French painter and model

  • Erich Heckel (1883–1970), German painter and print-maker

  • Willem Claeszoon Heda (1594–1680), Dutch painter

  • Cornelis de Heem (1631–1695), Flemish/Dutch painter

  • Jan Davidsz. de Heem (1606–1683), Dutch/Flemish painter

  • Egbert van Heemskerck (1610–1680), Dutch/English painter

  • Henry Heerup (1907–1993), Danish painter and sculptor

  • Franz Hegi (1774–1850), Swiss painter

  • François Joseph Heim (1787–1865), French painter

  • Johannes Heisig (born 1953), German painter and graphic artist

  • Joseph Heintz the Elder (1564–1609), Swiss/Bohemian painter, draftsman and architect

  • Jean Hélion (1904–1987), French painter

  • Dirk Helmbreker (1633–1696), Dutch painter

  • Gottfried Helnwein (born 1948), Austrian/Irish painter and draftsman

  • Francis Helps (1890–1972), English painter, draftsman and art teacher

  • Bartholomeus van der Helst (1613–1670), Dutch painter

  • Jan Davidsz de Hem (1606–1683), Flemish/Dutch painter

  • Andrew Henderson (1783–1835), Scottish painter

  • Elsie Henderson (1880–1967), English painter and sculptor

  • Jeremy Henderson (1952–2009), Irish/English painter

  • John Henderson (1860–1924), Scottish painter and Director of the Glasgow School of Art

  • Joseph Henderson (1832–1908), Scottish painter

  • Keith Henderson (1883–1982), Scottish painter and illustrator

  • Jean-Jacques Henner (1829–1905), French painter

  • Joseph Morgan Henninger (1906–1999), American painter, sculptor and illustrator

  • Robert Henri (1865–1929), American painter and teacher

  • Rose Henriques (1889–1972), English artist and charity worker

  • David Eugene Henry (born 1946), American painter and sculptor

  • Edward Lamson Henry (1841–1919), American painter

  • George Henry (1858–1943), Scottish painter

  • Paul Henry (1877–1958), Irish landscape painter

  • Norman Hepple (1908–1994), English portrait painter

  • Auguste Herbin (1882–1960), French painter

  • Hubert von Herkomer (1849–1914), German/English painter, film director and composer

  • John Frederick Herring, Jr. (1820–1907), English painter

  • John Frederick Herring, Sr. (1795–1865), English painter, sign-maker and coachman

  • Louis Hersent (1777–1860), French painter

  • Heinrich Herzig (1887–1964), Swiss painter

  • F. Scott Hess (born 1955), American painter and conceptual artist

  • Carle Hessay (1911–1978), German/Canadian painter

  • Magnus Colcord Heurlin (1895–1986) Swedish/American artist

  • Jacob de Heusch (1657–1701), Dutch painter

  • Prudence Heward (1896–1947), Canadian painter

  • Elsie Dalton Hewland (1901–1979), English artist

  • Cicely Hey (1896–1980), English painter and sculptor

  • Jean Hey (fl. 1475–1505), Netherlandish/Burgundian painter

  • Jan van der Heyden (1637–1712), Dutch painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Hugo Heyrman (born 1942), Belgian painter, film-maker and researcher

  • Edward Hicks (1780–1849), American painter and Quaker minister

  • Hidari Jingorō (左甚五郎, fl. 1596–1644), Japanese artist, possibly fictitious

  • Kaii Higashiyama (東山魁夷, 1908–1999), Japanese artist and writer

  • Amelia Robertson Hill (1821–1904), Scottish artist and sculptor

  • David Octavius Hill (1802–1870), Scottish painter and illustrator

  • Derek Hill (1916–2000), English/Irish painter

  • Thomas Hill (1829–1908), English/American painter

  • Nicholas Hilliard (c. 1547–1619), English miniature painter, goldsmith and limner

  • Charles Hinman (born 1932), American painter

  • Walter Haskell Hinton, American painter and illustrator

  • Sadamichi Hirasawa (平沢貞通, 1892–1987), Japanese tempera painter

  • Un'ichi Hiratsuka (平塚運一, 1895–1997), Japanese print-maker

  • Ikuo Hirayama (平山郁夫, 1930–2009), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl (1860–1933), Hungarian painter

  • Hirosada II (廣貞, fl. 1850s

  • Hirosada II (廣貞, fl. 1850s – 1860s), Japanese woodblock print-maker

  • Hiroshige (広重, 1797–1858), Japanese ukiyo-eartist and print-maker

  • Damien Hirst (born 1965), English artist, entrepreneur and art collector

  • Hishida Shunsō (菱田春草, 1874–1911), Japanese painter

  • Hishikawa Moronobu (菱川師宣, 1618–1694), Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock printer and painter

  • D. Howard Hitchcock (1861–1943), American painter

  • Sigrid Hjertén (1885–1948), Swedish painter

  • Prince Hoare (c. 1711–1769), English sculptor

  • Prince Hoare (1755–1834), English painter and dramatist

  • William Hoare (c. 1707–1792), English painter and print-maker

  • Meindert Hobbema (1638–1709), Dutch painter

  • David Hockney (born 1937), English painter, print-maker and photographer

  • Eliot Hodgkin (1905–1987), English painter

  • Howard Hodgkin (born 1932), English painter and print-maker

  • Frances Hodgkins (1869–1947), New Zealand painter

  • Ferdinand Hodler (1853–1918), Swiss painter

  • Karl Hofer (1878–1955), German painter

  • Margo Hoff (1910–2008), American painter

  • E. T. A. Hoffmann (1776–1822), German artist, author and composer

  • Wlastimil Hofman (1881–1970), Polish painter

  • Hans Hofmann (1880–1866), German/American artist

  • Heinrich Hofmann (1824–1911), German painter

  • William Hogarth (1697–1764), English painter, satirist and cartoonist

  • Hokusai (葛飾北斎, 1760–1849), Japanese painter and print-maker

  • Francisco de Holanda (1517–1585), Portuguese court painter, architect and sculptor

  • Ambrosius Holbein (1494–1519), German/Swiss painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Hans Holbein the Elder (c. 1465–1524), German painter

  • Hans Holbein the Younger (c. 1497–1543), German painter and print-maker

  • Wenceslas Hollar (1607–1677), Bohemian/English graphic artist

  • Ruth Hollingsworth (1880–1945), English painter

  • Itshak Holtz (born 1925), Polish/Israeli painter

  • Winslow Homer (1836–1910), American painter and print-maker

  • Jin Homura (born 1948), Japanese painter

  • Hiroshi Honda (1910–1970), American painter

  • Gijsbert d'Hondecoeter (1604–1653), Dutch painter

  • Gillis d'Hondecoeter (1575–1638), Dutch painter

  • Melchior d'Hondecoeter (1636–1695), Dutch animal painter

  • Abraham Hondius (1625–1691), Dutch painter

  • Henricus Hondius II (1597–1651), Dutch engraver and cartographer

  • Willem Hondius (1598–1658), Dutch/Danzig engraver, cartographer and painter

  • Nathaniel Hone (1718–1784), Irish/English portrait and miniature painter

  • Hong Ren (弘仁, 1610–1664), Chinese painter and monk

  • Villard de Honnecourt (13th c.), French artist

  • Gerald van Honthorst (1590–1656), Dutch painter

  • Pieter de Hooch (1629–1684), Dutch painter

  • Samuel Dirksz van Hoogstraten (1627–1678), Dutch painter, poet and art theorist

  • Charles Hopkinson (1869–1962), American painter

  • Carl Hoppe (1897–1981), American painter

  • Edward Hopper (1882–1967), American painter and print-maker

  • Istvan Horkay (born 1945), Hungarian painter

  • Edward Atkinson Hornel (1864–1933), Scottish painter

  • Elmyr de Hory (1906–1976), Hungarian/American painter and forger

  • Oluf Høst (1884–1966), Danish painter

  • Anna Hotchkis (1885–1984), Scottish artist, writer and art lecturer

  • Gerard Houckgeest (1600–1661), Dutch painter

  • Ken Howard (born 1932), English painter

  • Ray Howard-Jones (1903–1996), English painter

  • Youssef Howayek (1883–1962), Lebanese painter and sculptor

  • Adolf Hölzel (1853–1934), German painter

  • Hristofor Žefarović (18th c.), Ottoman (South Slav) painter, engraver and poet

  • Hu Jieqing (胡絜青, 1905–2001), Chinese painter

  • Hu Zao (胡慥, 17th, 18th or 19th c.), Chinese painter

  • Hu Zaobin (胡藻斌, 1897–1942), Chinese painter

  • Hua Yan (華嵒, 1682–1756), Chinese painter

  • Huang Binhong (黃賓虹, 1865–1955), Chinese painter and art historian

  • Huang Ding (黃鼎, 1650–1730), Chinese painter and poet

  • Huang Gongwang (黃公望, 1269–1354), Chinese painter, poet and writer

  • Huang Ji (黃濟, 17th, 18th or 19th c.), Chinese imperial painter

  • Huang Shen (黃慎, 1687–1772), Chinese painter

  • Huang Tingjian (黃庭堅, 1045–1105), Chinese calligrapher, painter and poet

  • Jean Huber Voltaire (1721–1786), Swiss painter

  • Wolf Huber (c. 1485–1553), Austrian painter, print-maker and architect

  • Erlund Hudson (1912–2011), English watercolorist

  • Juergen von Huendeberg (1922–1996), German abstract painter

  • Arthur Hughes (1832–1915)

  • Edward Robert Hughes (1851–1914), Welsh artist

  • Eleanor Hughes (1882–1952), New Zealand landscape painter

  • Hugh Hughes (1790–1863), Welsh painter, engraver and writer

  • Robert Alwyn Hughes (born 1935), Welsh artist

  • Emperor Huizong of Song (1082–1135)

  • Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928–2000)

  • Georgina Hunt (1922–2012), English abstract painter

  • William Holman Hunt (1827–1910), English painter and a founder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

  • John Kelso Hunter (1802–1873), Scottish painter and author

  • Beatrice Huntington (1889–1988), Scottish painter, sculptor and musician

  • M. F. Husain (1915–2011), Indian painter

  • Jakub Husnik (1837–1916), Austro-Hungarian (Czech) painter, art teacher and inventor

  • John Hutchison (1832–1910), Scottish sculptor

  • Vasile Hutopila (born 1953) Romanian (Ukrainian) painter

  • John Hutton (born 1948) New Zealand/English glass engraver

  • Pieter Huys (1519–1584), Flemish painter

  • Jan van Huysum (1682–1749), Dutch painter

  • Kaburagi Kiyokata (鏑木清方, 1878–1972), Japanese nihonga artist

  • Ingrida Kadaka (born 1967), Latvian artist, book designer and illustrator

  • Charles S. Kaelin (1858–1929), American painter

  • Frida Kahlo (1907–1954), Mexican painter

  • Wolf Kahn (born 1927), American painter

  • Kaigetsudō Anchi (壊月堂安知, c. 1700–1716), Japanese ukiyo-e artist

  • Kaigetsudō Ando (壊月堂安度, c. 1671–1743), Japanese ukiyo-e artist

  • Kailash Chandra Meher (born 1954), Indian artist, inventor and social activist

  • Jacob Kainen (1909–2001), American painter and print-maker

  • Willem Kalf (1619–1693), Dutch painter

  • Jitish Kallat (born 1974), Indian painter and multimedia artist

  • Kamagurka (born 1956), Belgian painter, cartoonist and comedian

  • Lev Lvovich Kamenev (1833–1886), Russian landscape painter

  • Kamisaka Sekka (神坂雪佳, 1866–1942), Japanese artist and designer

  • Kanbun Master (寛文大師, c. 1660–1673), Japanese woodblock printer

  • Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944), Russian/Soviet painter and art theorist

  • Paul Kane (1810–1871), Canadian painter

  • Rajmund Kanelba (1897–1960), Polish painter

  • Kanō Eitoku (狩野永徳, 1543–1590), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Hōgai (狩野芳崖, 1828–1888), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Masanobu (狩野正信, 1434–1530), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Mitsunobu (狩野光信, 1565–1608), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Motonobu (狩野元信, 1476–1559), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Naizen (狩野内膳, 1570–1616), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Sanraku (狩野山楽, 1559–1635), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Sansetsu (狩野山雪, 1589–1651), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Shōsenin (狩野勝川院, 1823–1880), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Takanobu (狩野孝信, 1571–1618), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Tan'yū (狩野探幽, 1602–1674), Japanese painter

  • Kanō Tanshin (狩野探信, 1653–1718), Japanese painter

  • Alexander Kanoldt (1881–1939), German painter

  • Howard Kanovitz (1929–2009), American artist

  • Nabil Kanso (born 1946), American painter

  • Tadeusz Kantor (1915–1990), Polish painter and assemblage artist

  • Leon Kapliński (1826–1873), Polish painter and activist

  • Edmond Xavier Kapp (1890–1978), English painter, draftsman and caricaturist

  • Bertalan Karlovszky (1858–1938), Hungarian painter

  • Alfons Karpiński (1875–1961), Polish painter

  • Jan Karpíšek (born 1981), Czech painter

  • Nikolai Alekseyevich Kasatkin (1859–1930), Russian/Soviet painter

  • Luigi Kasimir (1881–1962), Austrian painter, etcher and print-maker

  • Vytautas Kasiulis (1918–1995), Lithuanian/French painter and print-maker

  • János Kass (1927–2010), Hungarian illustrator, print-maker and film director

  • Lajos Kassák (1887–1967), Hungarian painter, poet and writer

  • Eizō Katō (加藤栄三, 1906–1972), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Tōichi Katō (加藤東一, 1916–1996), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Nándor Katona (1864–1932), Hungarian painter

  • Katsukawa Shunchō (勝川春潮, fl. 1783–1795), Japanese ukiyo-e print-maker

  • Katsukawa Shun'ei (勝川春英, 1762–1819), Japanese ukiyo-e print artist

  • Katsukawa Shunkō I (勝川春好, 1743–1812), Japanese ukiyo-e print-maker

  • Katsukawa Shunsen (勝川春扇, 1762 – c. 1830), Japanese ukiyo-e print and book designer

  • Katsukawa Shunshō (勝川春章, 1726–1792), Japanese painter and print-maker

  • Alex Katz (born 1927), American painter, sculptor and print-maker

  • Hanns Katz (1892–1940), German painter and graphic artist

  • Angelica Kauffman (1741–1807), Swiss/English painter

  • Isidor Kaufman (1853–1921), Hungarian painter

  • František Kaván (1866–1941), Austro-Hungarian/Czechoslovak painter and poet

  • Kawabata Ryūshi (川端龍子, 1885–1966), Japanese painter

  • Kawai Gyokudō (川合玉堂, 1873–1957), Japanese painter

  • Kawanabe Kyōsai (河鍋暁斎, 1831–1889), Japanese painter

  • Kawase Hasui (川瀬巴水, 1883–1957), Japanese print designer

  • John Kay (1742–1826), Scottish caricaturist and engraver

  • Otis Kaye (1885–1974), American painter

  • Ke Jiusi (柯九思, 1290–1343), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • John Keane (born 1954), English painter

  • Carl Eugen Keel (1885–1961), Swiss painter

  • Adam Dario Keel (born 1924), Swiss artist

  • Keisai Eisen (渓斎英泉, 1790–1848), Japanese ukiyo-e print-maker

  • Gusztáv Kelety (1834–1902), Hungarian painter

  • Albert Keller (1844–1920), German painter

  • Gerald Kelley (living), American children's book illustrator

  • Ellsworth Kelly (1923-2015), American painter, sculptor and print-maker

  • Gerald Kelly (1879–1972), English painter

  • Jane Kelly (born 1956), English artist and journalist

  • Paul Kelpe (1902–1985), German/American painter

  • Jeka Kemp (1876–1966), Scottish painter and woodcut artist

  • Richard Gordon Kendall (1933–2008), American artist

  • Rockwell Kent (1882–1971), American painter, print-maker and writer

  • Dóra Keresztes (born 1953), Hungarian painter, print-maker and film director

  • Károly Kernstok (1873–1940), Hungarian painter

  • Georg Friedrich Kersting (1785–1847), German painter

  • Jan van Kessel the Younger (1654–1708), Flemish/Spanish painter

  • Jan van Kessel the Elder (1626–1679), Flemish painter

  • Morris Kestelman (1905–1998), English artist and art teacher

  • Thomas de Keyser (1596–1667), Dutch painter and architect

  • I Ketut Soki (born 1946), Indonesian (Balinese) artist

  • Annabel Kidston (1896–1981), Scottish painter, etcher and illustrator

  • Anselm Kiefer (born 1945), German painter and sculptor

  • Michel Kikoine (1892–1968), Lithuanian/French painter

  • Kikuchi Yōsai (菊池容斎, 1781–1878), Japanese painter

  • Ada Gladys Killins (1901-1963), Canadian artist and educator

  • Sarah Louisa Kilpack (1839–1909), English painter

  • Kim Deuk-sin (김득신, 1754–1822), Korean court painter

  • Kim Du-ryang (김두량, 1696–1763), Korean painter

  • Kim Eung-hwan (김응환, 1742–1789), Korean royal painter

  • Kim Hong-do (김홍도, 1745–1806) Korean royal painter

  • Kim Hwan-gi (김환기, 1913–1974), Korean artist

  • Kim Jeong-hui, (김정희, 1786–1856), Korean calligrapher and scholar

  • Kim Myeong-guk, (김명국, born 1600), Korean painter

  • Kim Tschang Yeul (김창열, born 1929), Korean/South Korean painter

  • Charles Bird King (1785–1862), American artist

  • Dorothy King (1907–1990), English artist, curator and teacher

  • Jessie M. King (1875–1949), Scottish illustrator

  • Eduardo Kingman (1913–1998), Ecuadorian artist

  • Thomas Kinkade (1958–2012), American painter

  • Alison Kinnaird (born 1949), Scottish glass sculptor, musician and writer

  • Jan Kip (1653–1722), Dutch/English draftsman and engraver

  • Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938), German painter and print-maker

  • Raphael Kirchner (1867–1917), Austrian painter and illustrator

  • Per Kirkeby (born 1938), Danish painter, sculptor and poet

  • Ryūsei Kishida, (岸田劉生, 1891–1929), Japanese painter

  • Károly Kisfaludy (1788–1830), Hungarian artist and dramatist

  • Moïse Kisling (1891–1953), French/American painter

  • Bálint Kiss (1802–1868), Hungarian painter

  • Kitagawa Utamaro (喜多川歌麿, 1753–1806), Japanese ukiyo-e print-maker and painter

  • R. B. Kitaj (born 1932), American/English artist

  • Kiyohara Tama (清原玉, 1861–1939), Japanese/Italian painter

  • Roar Kjernstad (born 1975), Norwegian painter

  • Konrad Klapheck (born 1935), German painter and graphic artist

  • Mati Klarwein (1932–2002), German painter

  • Paul Klee (1879–1940), Swiss/German artist

  • Yves Klein (1928–1962), French artist

  • Joseph Kleitsch (1885–1931), Hungarian/American painter

  • Heinrich Kley (1863–1945), German illustrator and painter

  • Karel Klíč (1841–1926), Austro-Hungarian/Czechoslovak artist and illustrator

  • Gustav Klimt (1862–1918), Austrian painter

  • Franz Kline (1910–1962), American painter

  • Julius Klinger (1876–1942), Austrian painter, illustrator and writer

  • Max Klinger (1857–1920), German painter, print-maker and writer

  • Hilma af Klint (1862–1944), Swedish artist and mystic

  • Juraj Julije Klović (1498–1578), Croatian/Italian illuminator, miniaturist and painter

  • Ludwig Knaus (1829–1910), German painter

  • Laura Knight (1877–1970), English painter, etcher and engraver

  • Jesper Knudsen (born 1964), Danish painter

  • Kobayashi Kiyochika (小林清親, 1847–1915), Japanese ukiyo-e print-maker

  • Martin Kober (1550–1598), Central European court painter

  • Ivana Kobilca (1861–1962), Austro-Hungarian (Slovene)/Yugoslav painter

  • Christen Købke (1810–1848), Danish painter

  • Aleksander Kobzdej (1920–1972), Polish painter

  • Ibrahim Kodra (1918–2006), Albanian/Italian painter

  • Robert Koehler (1850–1917), German/American painter and art teacher

  • Narashige Koide (小出楢重, 1887–1931), Japanese painter and illustrator

  • Ryōhei Koiso (小磯良平, 1903–1988), Japanese artist

  • Junsaku Koizumi (小泉淳作, born 1924), Japanese painter and pottery artist

  • Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980), Austrian artist, poet and playwright

  • Andrei Kolkoutine (born 1957), Russian painter and sculptor

  • Rudolf Koller (1828–1905), Swiss painter

  • Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945), German painter, print-maker and sculptor

  • Ludwik Konarzewski (1885–1954), Polish painter, sculptor and art teacher

  • Ludwik Konarzewski Jr (1918–1989), Polish painter, sculptor and art teacher

  • Jan Konůpek (1883–1950), Austro-Hungarian/Czechoslovak painter, illustrator and engraver

  • Béla Kondor (1931–1972), Hungarian painter, writer and poet

  • Jacob Koninck (c. 1615 – c. 1695), Dutch painter

  • Philip de Koninck (1619–1688), Dutch painter

  • Salomon Koninck (1609–1656), Dutch painter and engraver

  • Kōno Michisei (1895–1950), Japanese painter, illustrator and print-maker

  • Willem de Kooning (1904–1997), American Abstract Expressionist artist

  • Jeff Koons (born 1955), American artist and sculptor

  • Frans Koppelaar (born 1943), Dutch painter

  • Jaroslava Korol (1954–2009), Soviet/Ukrainian painter

  • Aladár Körösfői-Kriesch (1863–1920), Hungarian painter

  • Konstantin Korovin (1861–1939), Russian/French painter

  • Koryusai Isoda (礒田湖龍斎, 1735–1790), Japanese print designer and painter

  • Kose Kanaoka (巨勢金岡, 9th c.), Japanese court painter

  • Jerzy Kossak (1886–1955), Polish painter

  • Juliusz Kossak (1824–1899), Polish painter and illustrator

  • Wojciech Kossak (1857–1942), Polish painter

  • Franciszek Kostrzewski (1826–1911), Polish illustrator, cartoonist and painter

  • József Koszta (1861–1949), Hungarian painter

  • Albert Kotin (1907–1980), American artist

  • Aleksander Kotsis (1836–1877), Polish painter

  • Ivan Kramskoi (1837–1887), Russian painter and art critic

  • Andre de Krayewski (born 1933), Polish/American artist

  • Albert Henry Krehbiel (1873–1945), American painter

  • Jürg Kreienbühl (1932–2007), Swiss/French painter

  • Kristian Kreković (1901–1985), Yugoslav/Croatian painter and ethnographer

  • Pinchus Kremegne (1890–1981), Lithuanian/French sculptor, painter and lithographer

  • Christian Krohg (1852–1925), Norwegian painter, illustrator and author

  • Per Krohg (1889–1965), Norwegian artist

  • Leon Kroll (1884–1974), American painter and lithographer

  • Peder Severin Krøyer (1851–1909), Danish painter

  • Marie Krøyer (1867–1940), Danish painter

  • Mārtiņš Krūmiņš (1900–1992), Latvian/American painter

  • Alfred Krupa (1915-1989), Yugoslav (Croatian) painter

  • Alfred Freddy Krupa (born 1971), Yugoslav/Croatian painter, draftsman and teacher

  • Martina Krupičková (born 1975), Czechoslovak/Czech painter

  • Izidor Kršnjavi (1845–1927), Austro-Hungarian (Croatian)/Yugoslav painter, art historian and politician

  • Konrad Krzyżanowski (1872–1922), Polish (Ukrainian) illustrator and painter

  • Otakar Kubín (1883–1969), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/French painter and sculptor

  • Bohumil Kubista (1884–1918), Austro-Hungarian (Czech) painter and art critic

  • Alexander Kucharsky (1741–1819), Polish/French painter

  • Arkhip Kuindzhi (1847–1910), Russian painter

  • Igor Kufayev (born 1966) Russian/English artist and spiritual teacher

  • Kume Keiichiro (1866–1934), Japanese yōga painter

  • Kun Can (髡殘, 1612 – post-1674), Chinese painter

  • Yasuo Kuniyoshi (国吉康雄, 1893–1953), Japanese/American painter, photographer and print-maker

  • Jan Kupecký (1667–1740), Bohemian (Czech)/Hungarian painter

  • František Kupka (1871–1957), Austro-Hungarian/Czechoslovak painter and graphic artist

  • Alexander V. Kuprin (1880–1960), Russian/Soviet painter

  • Kuroda Seiki (黒田清輝, 1866–1924), Japanese painter and teacher

  • Yayoi Kusama (草間彌生, born 1929), Japanese sculptor, painter and writer

  • Boris Kustodiev (1878–1927), Russian/Soviet painter and stage designer

  • Kusumi Morikage (久隅守景, 1620–1690), Japanese painter

  • Vilhelm Kyhn (1819–1903), Danish painter

  • Willem Labeij (1943–2011), Dutch painter

  • Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (1749–1803), French miniaturist and painter

  • Félix Labisse (1905–1982), French painter, illustrator and designer

  • Georges Lacombe (1868–1916)

  • Márta Lacza (born 1946), Hungarian graphic artist and painter

  • Pieter van Laer (1599–1642), French sculptor and painter

  • Pierre Laffillé (1938–2011), French painter

  • Emile Lahner (1893–1980), Hungarian/French painter

  • Annie Rose Laing (1869–1946), Scottish painter

  • Gerard de Lairesse (1640–1711), Dutch painter and art theorist

  • Wifredo Lam (1902–1982), Cuban/French painter

  • Henry Lamb (1883–1960), English painter and physician

  • George Lambourn (1900–1977), English artist

  • Aleksandr Ivanovich Laktionov (1910–1972), Soviet painter

  • Lam Qua (林官, 1801–1860), Chinese portrait painter

  • Lan Ying (藍瑛, 1585–1664), Chinese painter

  • Nicolas Lancret (1690–1743), French painter

  • Myra Landau (born 1926), Romanian/Brazilian painter

  • Ronnie Landfield (born 1947), American painter

  • Edwin Landseer (1802–1873), English painter and sculptor

  • Fitz Hugh Lane (1804–1865), American painter and print-maker

  • Giovanni Lanfranco (1582–1647), Italian painter

  • Otto Lange (1879–1944), German painter and graphic artist

  • Peter Lanyon (1918–1964), English painter

  • Mikhail Larionov (1881–1964), Russian/Soviet painter

  • Julio Larraz (born 1944), Cuban/American artist

  • Carl Larsson (1859–1919), Swedish painter

  • Ibram Lassaw (1913–2003), American painter

  • Pieter Lastman (1583–1633), Dutch painter

  • Philip de László (1869–1937), Hungarian/English painter

  • Rainer Maria Latzke (born 1950), German painter

  • Georges de La Tour (1593–1652), French painter

  • William Langson Lathrop (1859–1938), American painter

  • Robert Scott Lauder (1803–1869), Scottish painter

  • Marie Laurencin (1885–1956), French painter and print-maker

  • Jean-Paul Laurens (1838–1921), French painter and sculptor

  • John Lavery (1856–1941), Irish painter

  • Andrew Law (1873–1967), Scottish portrait painter

  • Edith Lawrence (1890–1973), English painter and textile designer

  • Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000), American painter

  • Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830), English painter and Royal Academy of Arts president

  • Jesús Mari Lazkano (born 1960) Spanish (Basque) painter

  • Gregorio Lazzarini (1655–1730), Italian painter

  • Charles Le Brun (1619–1690), French painter, physiognomist and art theorist

  • Antoine Le Nain (c. 1599–1648), French painter

  • Louis Le Nain (c. 1601–1648), French painter

  • Mathieu Le Nain (1607–1677), French painter

  • Charles Le Roux (1814–1895), French painter

  • Henri Le Sidaner (1862–1939), French painter

  • Benjamin Williams Leader (1831–1923), English painter

  • Juan de Valdés Leal (1622–1690), Spanish painter and etcher

  • Georges Emile Lebacq (1876–1950), Belgian painter

  • Mikhail Lebedev (1811–1837), Russian painter

  • Lennie Lee (born 1958), South African/English artist

  • Jules Joseph Lefebvre (1836–1911), French painter, educator and theorist

  • Silvestro Lega (1826–1895), Italian painter

  • Fernand Léger (1881–1955), French painter, sculptor and film-maker

  • Alphonse Legros (1837–1911), French painter, etcher and sculptor

  • Anton Lehmden (born 1929), Austrian painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Wilhelm Leibl (1844–1900), German painter

  • Frederic Leighton (1830–1896), English painter, draftsman and sculptor

  • Margaret Leiteritz (1907–1976), German painter

  • Peter Lely (1618–1680), Dutch/English painter

  • Ulrich Leman (1885–1988), German painter

  • Georges Lemmen (1865–1916), Belgian painter

  • August Lemmer (born 1862), German artist

  • Tamara de Lempicka (1898–1980), Polish/American painter

  • Franz von Lenbach (1836–1904), German painter

  • Leng Mei (冷枚, fl. 1677–1742), Japanese painter

  • Robert Lenkiewicz (1941–2002), English painter

  • Achille Leonardi (c. 1800–1870), Italian painter

  • Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519), Italian artist and polymath

  • Stanislas Lépine (1835–1892), French painter

  • Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov (1814–1841), Russian painter, writer and poet

  • Niels Lergaard (1893–1982), Danish painter

  • Alfred Leslie (born 1927), American artist and film-maker

  • Hans Leu the Elder (1460–1507), Swiss painter

  • Michael Leunig (born 1945), Australian cartoonist, poet and commentator

  • Leo Leuppi (1893–1972), Swiss painter, graphic artist and sculptor

  • Emanuel Leutze (1816–1868), American painter

  • Jack Levine (1915–2010), American painter, print-maker and satirist

  • Isaac Levitan (1860–1

  • Rafail Levitsky (1847–1940), Russian artist

  • Dmitry Levitzky (1735–1822), Russian imperial artist

  • Bill Lewis (born 1953), English artist, story-teller and poet

  • Wyndham Lewis (1884–1957), English writer, painter and critic

  • Aertgen van Leyden (1498–1564), Dutch painter, draftsman and stained-glass designer

  • Lucas van Leyden (1494–1533), Dutch painter and print-maker

  • Alfred Leyman (1856–1933), English painter

  • Thyrza Anne Leyshon (1892–1996), Welsh painter of miniatures

  • Judith Leyster (1609–1660), Dutch painter

  • André Lhote (1885–1962), French painter

  • Li Cheng (李成, 919–967), Chinese painter

  • Li Di (李迪, c. 1100 – post-1197), Chinese imperial court painter

  • Li Fangying (李方膺, 1696–1755), Chinese painter and magistrate

  • Li Gonglin (李公麟, 1049–1106), Chinese painter, antiquarian and politician

  • Li Kan (李衎, 1245–1320), Chinese painter

  • Li Keran (李可染, 1907–1989), Chinese painter and art educator

  • Li Mei-shu (李梅樹, 1902–1983), Chinese/Taiwanese painter, sculptor and politician

  • Li Rongjin (李容瑾, fl. late 13th or 14th c.), Chinese painter

  • Li Shan (李鳝, 1686–1756), Chinese painter

  • Li Shida (李士達, fl. 16th c.), Chinese painter

  • Li Shixing (李士行, 1282–1328), Chinese painter

  • Li Song (李嵩, fl. 1190–1230), Chinese imperial court painter

  • Li Tang (李唐, c. 1050–1130), Chinese painter

  • Li Zai (李在, died 1341), Chinese painter

  • Liang Kai (梁楷, c. 1140 – c. 1210), Chinese painter

  • Liao Chi-chun (廖繼春, 1902–1976), Chinese/Taiwanese painter and sculptor

  • Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997), American pop artist

  • Ash Lieb (born 1982), Australian artist, writer and comedian

  • Max Liebermann (1847–1935), German painter

  • Irene Lieblich (1923–2008), Polish/American artist and Holocaust survivor

  • Josse Lieferinxe (fl. c. 1493–1503/1508), Netherlandish painter

  • Jan Lievens (1607–1674), Dutch painter

  • Sándor Liezen-Mayer (1839–1898), Hungarian/German painter and illustrator

  • Maxwell Gordon Lightfoot (1886–1911), English painter

  • Bruno Liljefors (1860–1939), Swedish artist

  • Limbourg brothers (fl. 1385–1416), Dutch/French miniature painters

  • Lin Liang (林良, 1424–1500), Chinese imperial painter

  • Lin Tinggui (林庭珪, fl. 1174–1189), Chinese painter

  • Amalia Lindegren (1814–1891), Swedish artist and painter

  • Emil Lindenfeld (1905–1986), Hungarian/American painter

  • Arlington Nelson Lindenmuth (1856–1950), American painter

  • Allan Linder (born 1966), American painter, sculptor and writer

  • Lionel Lindsay (1874–1961), Australian artist

  • Carl Walter Liner (1914–1997), Swiss painter, connoisseur and dealer

  • Johannes Lingelbach (1622–1674), Dutch painter

  • John Linnell (1792–1873), English painter and engraver

  • Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702–1789), Swiss painter, connoisseur and dealer

  • Filippino Lippi (1457–1504), Italian painter

  • Fra Filippo Lippi (c. 1406–1469), Italian painter

  • Oleg Lipchenko (born 1957), Soviet/Canadian artist and illustrator

  • Arthur Lismer (1885–1969), Canadian painter and educator

  • Johann Liss (c. 1590 or 1597–1627 or 1631), German painter

  • Dirck van der Lisse (1607–1669), Dutch painter

  • El Lissitzky (1890–1941), Soviet artist, designer and architect

  • Beatrice Ethel Lithiby (1889-1966), English painter

  • Stephen Little (born 1954), American artist, scholar and administrator

  • Alexander Litovchenko (1835–1890), Russian painter

  • Liu Haisu (刘海粟, 1896–1994), Chinese painter and educator

  • Liu Jue (劉玨, 1409–1472), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Liu Jun (刘俊, fl. late 14th c.), Chinese painter

  • William Home Lizars (1788–1859), Scottish painter and engraver

  • Elizabeth Jane Lloyd (1928–1995), English painter and educator

  • Stefan Lochner (c. 1410–1451), German painter

  • William Mustart Lockhart (1855–1941), Scottish water-colorist

  • Dorothy Lockwood (1910–1991), English painter

  • Lojze Logar (1944–2014), Yugoslav/Slovenian painter and graphic artist

  • Paul Lohse (1902–1988), Swiss painter and graphic artist

  • Elfriede Lohse-Wächtler (1899–1940), German painter and Third Reich murder victim

  • Germán Londoño (born 1961), Colombian painter and sculptor

  • Leonard Long (born 1911), Australian painter

  • McKendree Long (1888–1976), American painter and Presbyterian minister

  • Barbara Longhi (1552–1638), Italian painter

  • Pietro Longhi (1702–1785), Italian painter

  • Charles-André van Loo (1705–1765), French painter

  • Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo (1719–1795), French painter

  • Jean-Baptiste van Loo (1684–1745), French painter

  • Louis-Michel van Loo (1707–1771), French painter

  • Cándido López (1840–1902), Argentinian painter and soldier

  • Melchior Lorck (1526 or 1527 – post-1583), Danish/German painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Christian August Lorentzen (1746–1828), Danish painter

  • Pietro Lorenzetti (c. 1280–1348), Italian painter

  • Hew Lorimer (1907–1993), Scottish sculptor

  • John Henry Lorimer (1856–1936), Scottish painter

  • Lorenzo Lotto (c. 1480–1556/1557), Italian painter, draftsman and illustrator

  • Károly Lotz (1833–1904) German/Hungarian painter

  • Morris Louis (1912–1962), American painter German-Hungarian painter

  • Louisa Matthíasdóttir (1917–2000), Icelandic/American painter

  • Claude Lorrain (1600–1682), French painter, draftsman and etcher

  • L. S. Lowry (1887–1976), English painter and draftsman

  • Lu Guang (陆广, late 13th or 14th c.), Chinese painter and poet

  • Lü Ji (呂紀, born 1477), Chinese painter

  • Lu Zhi (陸治, c. 1496–1576), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Edward George Handel Lucas (1861–1936), Scottish painter

  • Edwin G. Lucas (1911–1990), Scottish painter

  • Maximilien Luce (1858–1941), French painter, illustrator and engraver

  • Lucebert (1924–1994), Dutch artist

  • Ștefan Luchian (1868–1917), Romanian painter

  • John Luke (1906–1975), Irish painter, sculptor and draftsman

  • George Benjamin Luks (1867–1933), American painter, comics artist and illustrator

  • Évariste Vital Luminais (1821–1896), French painter

  • Juan Luna (1857–1899), Filipino painter, sculptor and activist

  • Henning Jakob Henrik Lund (1875–1948), Greenland painter, lyricist and pastor

  • J. L. Lund (1777–1867), Danish painter

  • Johan Lundbye (1818–1848), Danish painter and graphic artist

  • Vilhelm Lundstrøm (1893–1950), Danish painter

  • Luo Mu (1622–1706), Chinese painter, poet and writer

  • Luo Ping (羅聘, 1733–1799), Chinese painter

  • Luo Zhichuan (羅稚川, fl. 14th c.), Chinese painter

  • Oskar Lüthy (1882–1945), Swiss painter

  • Laura Muntz Lyall (1860–1930), Canadian painter

  • Genevieve Springston Lynch (1891–1960), American painter and art teacher

  • Ma Lin (馬麟, c. 1180 – post-1256), Chinese court painter

  • Ma Shi (馬軾, c. 14th c.), Chinese painter and poet

  • Ma Quan (馬荃, late 17th/18th c.), Chinese painter

  • Ma Wan (馬琬, c. early 13th c.), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Ma Yuan (馬遠, 1160/1165–1225), Chinese painter

  • Ma Yuanyu (馬元馭, 1669–1722), Chinese painter

  • Manabu Mabe (1924–1997), Japanese/Brazilian painter

  • Robert Walker Macbeth (1848–1910), Scottish/English painter, etcher and water-colorist

  • Henry Macbeth-Raeburn (1860–1947), Scottish painter and print-maker

  • Robert MacBryde (1813–1866), Scottish/English painter and set designer

  • Dugald Sutherland MacColl (1859–1948), Scottish/English painter, critic and writer

  • Frances MacDonald (1873–1921), Scottish artist and designer

  • Frances Macdonald (1914–2002), English painter

  • Hamish MacDonald (1935–2008), Scottish painter

  • Stanton Macdonald-Wright (1890–1973), American painter

  • James Pittendrigh MacGillivray (1856–1938), Scottish sculptor, musician and poet

  • William York Macgregor (1855–1923), Scottish painter

  • Joe Machine (born 1973), English artist, poet and writer

  • August Macke (1887–1914), German painter

  • Esther Blaikie MacKinnon (1885–1934), Scottish painter and engraver

  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868–1928), Scottish architect, designer and water-colorist

  • Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (1864–1933), Scottish artist and designer

  • Daniel Maclise (1806–1870), Irish/English painter and illustrator

  • Chica Macnab (1889–1981), Scottish painter and engraver

  • Herbert MacNair (1868–1955), Scottish artist, designer and teacher

  • Nicolette Macnamara (1911–1987), English painter and author

  • Elizabeth MacNicol (1869–1904), Scottish painter[1]

  • William MacTaggart (1903–1981), Scottish painter

  • Viktor Madarász (1840–1917), Hungarian painter

  • Conroy Maddox (1912–2005), English painter, collagist and lecturer

  • Carlo Maderna (1556–1629), Italian architect

  • Maeda Masao (前田政雄, 1904–1974), Japanese woodblock printer

  • Maeda Seison (前田青邨, 1885–1977), Japanese nihongapainter

  • Nicolaes Maes (1634–1693), Dutch painter

  • John Maggs (1819–1896), English painter

  • René Magritte (1898–1967), Belgian artist

  • Charles Mahoney (1903–1968), English muralist and teacher

  • Aristide Maillol (1861–1944), French sculptor, painter and print-maker

  • Theodore Major (1908–1999), English artist

  • Hans Makart (1840–1884), Austrian painter, designer and decorator

  • Americo Makk (1927–2015), Hungarian/American painter

  • Maki Haku (巻白, 1924–2000), Japanese artist

  • Konstantin Makovsky (1839–1915), Russian painter

  • Vladimir Makovsky (1846–1920), Russian painter, art collector and teacher

  • Tadeusz Makowski (1882–1932), Polish/French painter

  • Kees Maks (1876–1967), Dutch painter

  • Jacek Malczewski (1858–1929), Polish painter

  • Estuardo Maldonado (born 1930), Ecuadorian sculptor and painter

  • Władysław Malecki (1836–1900), Polish painter

  • Kazimir Malevich (1878–1935), Russian artist and art theorist

  • Anita Malfatti (1889–1964), Brazilian artist

  • José Malhoa (1855–1933), Portuguese painter

  • Maruja Mallo (1902–1995), Spanish painter

  • Jean Malouel (1365–1415), Dutch/Burgundian court painter

  • Teobaldo Nina Mamani (born 1968), Peruvian painter and art professor

  • Cornelis de Man (1621–1706), Dutch painter

  • Man Ray (1890–1976), American/French visual artist

  • Jack C. Mancino (born 1968), Hungarian/German painter, graphic artist and musician

  • Edna Mann (1926–1985), English painter

  • Harrington Mann (1864–1937), Scottish artist and decorative painter

  • Johan Edvard Mandelberg (1736–1786), Swedish/Danish painter

  • Karel van Mander (1548–1606), Flemish painter, poet and art theorist

  • Josef Mánes (1820–1871) Austro-Hungarian (Czech) painter

  • Alfred Manessier (1911–1993) French painter and stained-glass and tapestry designer

  • Édouard Manet (1832–1883), French painter

  • Miltos Manetas (born 1964), Greek/Colombian painter and multimedia artist

  • Joe Mangrum (born 1969), American installation and multimedia artist

  • Jim Manley (born 1934), English/Northern Irish artist

  • Alexander Mann (1853–1908), Scottish painter

  • Totte Mannes (born 1933), Finnish/Spanish visual artist

  • Paul Howard Manship (1885–1966), American sculptor

  • George Manson (1850–1876), Scottish water-colorist

  • James Bolivar Manson (1879–1945), English artist and TateGallery Director

  • Andrea Mantegna (c. 1431–1506), Italian painter

  • Niklaus Manuel (1484–1530), Swiss artist, writer and politician

  • Adam Manyoki (1673–1756), Hungarian painter

  • Julius Edvard Marak (1832–1899), Austro-Hungarian (Czech) painter and graphic designer

  • Franz Marc (1880–1916), German painter and print-maker

  • Conrad Marca-Relli (1913–2000), American artist

  • Louis Marcoussis (1883–1941), Polish/French painter and engraver

  • Adam Marczyński (1908–1985), Polish painter

  • Brice Marden (born 1938), American artist

  • Ödön Márffy (1878–1959), Hungarian painter

  • De Hirsh Margules (1899–1965), American painter

  • Carlos Francisco Chang Marín (born 1922), Panamanianartist, musician and activist

  • John Marin (1870–1953), American artist

  • Jacob Maris (1837–1899), Dutch painter

  • Matthijs Maris (1839–1917), Dutch painter, etcher and lithographer

  • Willem Maris (1844–1910), Dutch painter

  • Yoshio Markino (牧野義雄, 1869–1956), Japanese painter and author

  • Károly Markó the Elder (1793–1860), Hungarian/Italian painter

  • Terry Marks (born 1960), American painter

  • Csaba Markus (born 1953), Hungarian/American painter, sculptor and publisher

  • Simon Marmion (1425–1489), French/Burgundian panel painter and illuminator

  • Jacques Maroger (1884–1962), French painter and Louvre Museum technical director

  • Luděk Marold (1865–1898), Austro-Hungarian (Czech) painter and illustrator

  • Albert Marquet (1875–1947), French painter

  • Jacob Marrel (1614–1681), German/Dutch painter

  • Luis Marsans (born 1930), Spanish (Catalan) painter

  • Nicholas Marsicano (1908–1991), American artist

  • Wilhelm Marstrand (1810–1873), Danish painter and illustrator

  • Agnes Martin (1912–2004), American painter

  • Eugene J. Martin (1938–2005), American visual artist

  • Fletcher Martin (1904–1979), American painter, illustrator and educator

  • John Martin (1789–1854), American painter, engraver and illustrator

  • Knox Martin (born 1923), American painter, sculptor and muralist

  • Carlo Martini (1908–1958), Italian painter and academician

  • Ndoc Martini (1880–1916), Albanian painter

  • Raúl Martínez (1927–1995), Cuban/American painter, photographer and graphic artist

  • Johannes Martini (1866–1935), German painter and graphic artist

  • Simone Martini (c. 1284–1344), Italian painter

  • Andrey Yefimovich Martynov (1768–1826), Russian painter and engraver

  • Maruyama Ōkyo (円山応挙, 1733–1795), Japanese artist

  • Tommaso Masaccio (1401–1428), Italian painter

  • Frans Masereel (1889–1971), Flemish painter and graphic artist

  • Vicente Juan Masip (1507–1579), Spanish painter

  • Stanisław Masłowski (1853–1926), Polish painter

  • Masolino (c. 1383–1447), Italian painter

  • Alice Mason (1904–1971), American painter

  • Emily Mason (1932–2019), American painter and print-maker

  • Frank Mason (1921–2009), American painter and teacher

  • Master of Affligem (15th/16th c.), Netherlandish painter

  • Master of Saint Giles (fl. c. 1500), French or Flemish painter

  • Master of the Bambino Vispo (early 15th c.), Italian painter

  • Master of the Embroidered Foliage (fl. 1480–1510), Netherlandish painter(s)

  • Master of the Legend of Saint Lucy (fl. 1480–1510), Netherlandish painter

  • Jan Matejko (1838–1893), Polish painter

  • Zsuzsa Máthé (born 1964), Hungarian painter

  • Henri Matisse (1869–1954), French painter, print-maker and sculptor

  • Matsui Fuyoko (松井冬子, born 1974) Japanese nihongapainter

  • Matsumura Goshun (松村呉春, 1752–1811), Japanese painter

  • Matsuno Chikanobu (松野親信, fl. 1720s), Japanese ukiyo-epainter

  • Quentin Matsys (c. 1466–1530), Flemish painter

  • Roberto Matta (1911–2002), Chilean painter

  • Louisa Matthíasdóttir (1917–2000), Icelandic/American painter

  • Jaakko Mattila (born 1976), Finnish painter

  • Eszter Mattioni (1902–1993), Hungarian painter

  • Karl Matzek (1890–1983), Yugoslav (Bosnian) painter

  • Jeanne du Maurier (1911–1997), English artist

  • Anton Mauve (1838–1888), Dutch painter

  • Paul Mavrides (born 1945), American artist, performer and writer

  • Peter Max (born 1937), German/American artist

  • Vassily Maximov (1844–1911), Russian painter

  • John Maxwell (1905–1962), Scottish painter

  • Richard Mayhew (born 1934), American painter and arts educator

  • The Mazeking (born 1968), American visual artist

  • Peter McArdle (born 1965), English artist and gallery owner

  • Charles McAuley (1910–1999), Irish painter

  • James McBey (1883–1959), Scottish artist, etcher and WW1 war artist

  • Colin McCahon (1919–1987), New Zealand artist

  • Sheila McClean (1932–2016), Irish painter

  • Daphne McClure (born 1930), English painter

  • Mary McCrossan (1865–1934), English painter

  • Frederick McCubbin (1855–1917), Australian artist and art teacher

  • Horatio McCulloch (1805–1867), Scottish painter

  • Mary McEvoy (1870–1941), English painter

  • Rory McEwen (1932–1982), Scottish artist and musician

  • Fanny McIan (c. 1814–1897), English painter

  • R. R. McIan (1803–1856), Scottish/English painter and actor

  • Frank McKelvey (1895–1974), Irish/Northern Irish painter

  • John McLaughlin (1898–1976), American painter

  • Bruce McLean (born 1944), Scottish sculptor, performance artist and painter

  • William McTaggart (1835–1910), Scottish painter

  • Lewis Henry Meakin (1850–1917), American artist

  • Dimitre Manassiev Mehandjiysky (1915–1999), Bulgarian painter and designer

  • Robert Medley (1905–1994), English artist and theater designer

  • László Mednyánszky (1852–1919), Hungarian painter and philosopher

  • Józef Mehoffer (1869–1946), Polish painter and decorative artist

  • Howard Mehring (1931–1978), American painter

  • Bernardino Mei (1612/1615–1676), Italian painter and engraver

  • Mei Qing (梅清, c. 1623–1697), Japanese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Victor Meirelles (1832–1903), Brazilian painter

  • Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier (1815–1891), French painter and sculptor

  • Cor Melchers (1954–2015), Dutch painter

  • Vadym Meller (1884–1962), Russian/Soviet painter, illustrator and architect

  • Antoine Ignace Melling (1763–1831), Levantine/French painter, architect and voyager

  • Arthur Melville (1858–1904), Scottish painter

  • Hans Memling (c. 1435–1494), German/Netherlandish painter

  • Milton Menasco (1890–1974), American painter and movie director

  • Menez (1926–1995), Portuguese painter

  • Bernard Meninsky (1891–1950), English artist, draftsman and teacher

  • Barthélemy Menn (1815–1893), Swiss painter and draftsman

  • Carlo Mense (1886–1965), German artist

  • Adolph Menzel (1815–1905), German painter, draftsman and etcher

  • Alexey Merinov (born 1959), Russian painter and cartoonist

  • Betty Merken (living), American painter and print-maker

  • Pál Szinyei Merse (1845–1920), Hungarian painter and educator

  • Luc-Olivier Merson (1846–1920), French painter and illustrator

  • Arnold Mesches (born 1923), American visual artist

  • Hendrik Willem Mesdag (1831–1915), Dutch painter

  • Jean Messagier (1920–1999), French painter, sculptor and poet

  • Youri Messen-Jaschin (born 1941), Swiss artist and designer

  • Ken Messer (1931–2018), British watercolourist and draftsman

  • Antonello da Messina (c. 1430–1479), Italian painter

  • Ludwig Mestler (1891–1959), Austrian/American painter

  • Ivan Meštrović (1883–1962), Austro-Hungarian (Croatian)/Yugoslav sculptor, architect and writer

  • Attila Meszlenyi (born 1954), Hungarian painter, ecologist and musician

  • Géza Mészöly (1844–1887), Hungarian painter

  • Willard Metcalf (1858–1925), American painter and instructor

  • Gabriel Metsu (1629–1667), Dutch painter

  • Jean Metzinger (1883–1956), French painter, critic and poet

  • Johann Heinrich Meyer (1760–1832), Swiss/German painter and art writer

  • Otto Meyer-Amden (1885–1933), Swiss painter and graphic artist

  • Mi Fu (米芾, 1051–1107), Chinese painter, poet and calligrapher

  • Miao Fu (繆輔, fl. early 15th c.), Chinese imperial painter

  • Peter Michael (born 1972), English painter

  • Piotr Michałowski (1800–1855), Polish painter

  • Henri Michaux (1899–1984), Belgian/French poet, writer and painter

  • Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564), Italian sculptor, painter and poet

  • Leo Michelson (1887–1978), Latvian/French painter, print-maker and sculptor

  • David Michie (1928–2015), Scottish artist

  • Colin Middleton (1910–1983), Irish artist

  • Eugeen Van Mieghem (1875–1930), Belgian painter and draftsman

  • Jan Miel (1599–1663), Flemish painter and engraver

  • Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt (1567–1641), Dutch painter and draftsman

  • Frans van Mieris the Elder (1635–1681), Dutch painter

  • Frans van Mieris the Younger (1689–1763), Dutch painter

  • Jan van Mieris (1660–1690), Dutch painter

  • Willem van Mieris (1662–1747), Dutch painter

  • Abraham Mignon (1640–1679), German/Dutch painter

  • Daniël Mijtens (1590–1647), Dutch/English painter

  • Jay Milder (born 1934), American painter

  • Ksenia Milicevic (born 1942), French painter, architect and town planner

  • John Everett Millais (1829–1896), English painter and illustrator

  • Manolo Millares (born 1926), Spanish painter

  • William Miller (1796–1882), Scottish engraver and water-colorist

  • Francis Davis Millet (1846–1912), American painter, sculptor and writer

  • Jean-François Millet (1814–1875), French painter, draftsman and etcher

  • Lisa Milroy (born 1959), Canadian/English painter

  • Min Zhen (閔貞, 1730–1788), Chinese painter and sealcarver

  • Luis Miranda (born 1932), Ecuadorian painter

  • Joan Miró (1893–1983), Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramicist

  • Augustyn Mirys (1700–1790), Polish painter

  • Fred Mitchell, (born 1923), American artist

  • Stanley Matthew Mitruk (1922–2006), American artist

  • Miyagawa Chōshun (宮川長春, 1683–1753), Japanese ukiyo-e painter

  • Miyagawa Isshō (宮川一笑, 1689–1780), Japanese ukiyo-e painter

  • Miyagawa Shunsui (宮川春水, fl. c. 1740s–1760s), Japanese ukiyo-e painter and print-maker

  • Tracey Moberly (born 1964), Welsh/English artist, author and radio host

  • Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920), Italian/French painter and sculptor

  • Claes Corneliszoon Moeyaert (1592–1655), Dutch painter

  • László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946), Hungarian painter, photographer and professor

  • Jan Miense Molenaer (1610–1668), Dutch painter

  • Luis Molinari (born 1929), Ecuadorian artist and innovator

  • Anton Möller (1563–1611), German painter and draftsman

  • Sylvia Molloy (1914–2008) English/South African artist and teacher

  • Joos de Momper (1564–1635), Flemish painter

  • Piet Mondrian (1872–1944), Dutch painter and theorist

  • Blanche Hoschedé Monet (1865–1947), French painter

  • Claude Monet (1840–1926), French painter

  • Paul Monnier (1907–1982), Swiss painter

  • Eugene Montgomery (1905–2001), American painter and illustrator

  • Albert Joseph Moore (1841–1893), English painter

  • Frank Montague Moore (1877–1967), English/American painter and museum director

  • Mona Moore (1917–2000), English painter and illustrator

  • Otto Morach (1887–1973), Swiss painter and poster artist

  • Rodolfo Morales (1925–2001), Mexican painter

  • Thomas Moran (1837–1926), American painter and print-maker

  • Giorgio Morandi (1890–1964), Italian painter and print-maker

  • Jacob More (1740–1793), Scottish/Italian painter

  • Gustave Moreau (1826–1898), French painter

  • Paulus Moreelse (1571–1638), Dutch painter

  • Ernest Morgan (1881–1954), Welsh architect and painter

  • Harry Morley (1881–1943), English painter and engraver

  • Camilo Mori (1896–1973), Chilean painter

  • Mori Sosen (森狙仙, 1747–1821), Japanese painter

  • Yoshitoshi Mori (森義利, 1898–1992), Japanese kappazuristencil printer

  • Berthe Morisot (1841–1895), French painter

  • Malcolm Morley (born 1931), English/American artist

  • Carey Morris (1922–1968), Welsh/English painter, illustrator and author

  • Carl Morris (1911–1993), American painter

  • James Morris (1908–1989), Welsh/English World War II artist

  • Terry Morris (born 1965), Welsh artist and photographer

  • George Morrison (1919–2000), American painter and sculptor

  • James Morrison (born 1932), Scottish painter

  • John Lowrie Morrison (born 1948), Scottish painter

  • Alberto Morrocco (1917–1998), Scottish painter and teacher

  • Samuel F. B. Morse (1791–1872), American inventor and painter

  • Richard Mortensen (1910–1993), Danish painter

  • Thomas Corsan Morton (1859–1928), Scottish painter and Keeper of the Scottish National Gallery

  • William H. Mosby (1898–1964), American artist and teacher

  • Mary Moser (1744–1819), English painter

  • Colin Moss (1914–2005), English artist, teacher and World War II camouflage designer

  • John Mossman (1817–1890), English/Scottish sculptor

  • William Mossman (1793–1851), Scottish sculptor

  • Robert Motherwell (1915–1991), American painter and print-maker

  • Frederik de Moucheron (1633–1686), Dutch painter

  • Didier Mouron (born 1958), Swiss/Canadian artist

  • Charles Mozley (1914–1991), English painter and illustrator

  • Ivan Mrkvička (1856–1938), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/Bulgarian painter

  • Master MS (fl. 16th c.), Hungarian or German painter

  • Muqi (c. 1201 – c. 1269), Chinese painter and monk

  • Alphonse Mucha (1860–1939), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/French painter, illustrator and graphic artist

  • Georg Muche (1895–1987), German artist, architect and teacher

  • Olive Mudie-Cooke (1890–1925), English painter

  • Muggur (1891–1924), Icelandic painter, graphic artist and actor

  • Pieter Mulier the Elder (1610–1670), Dutch painter

  • Pieter Mulier II (1637–1701), Dutch/Italian painter

  • Sheila Mullen (born 1942), Scottish painter

  • Jan Müller (1922–1958), American artist

  • Maler Müller (1749–1825), German painter, poet and dramatist

  • Adolfo Müller-Ury (1862–1947), Swiss/American painter

  • Munakata Shikō (棟方志功, 1903–1975), Japanese woodblock print-maker

  • Edvard Munch (1863–1944), Norwegian painter

  • Gustaf Munch-Petersen (1912–1938), Danish writer and painter

  • Loren Munk (born 1951), American painter, draftsman and mosaic artist

  • Mihály Munkácsy (1844–1900), Hungarian painter

  • Sir Alfred Munnings (1875–1959), English painter

  • Glòria Muñoz (born 1949), Spanish painter and art professor

  • Gabriele Münter (1877–1962), German painter

  • Muqi (牧谿, c. 1210 c. –1269), Chinese painter and monk

  • Kagaku Murakami (村上華岳, 1888–1939), Japanese painter and illustrator

  • Takashi Murakami (born 1963), Japanese painter, sculptor and merchandise artist

  • John Murdoch (born 1971), American painter and art teacher

  • Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617–1682), Spanish painter

  • Dr. Atl (1875–1964), Mexican painter and writer

  • Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007), American painter, print-maker and draftsman

  • Edo Murtić (1921–2005), Danish painter and writer

  • Italo Mus (1892–1967), American painter, draftsman and mosaic artist

  • Saneatsu Mushanokōji (武者小路実篤, 1885–1976), Japanese artist, novelist and philosopher

  • Zoran Mušič (1909–2005), Yugoslav/Slovenian painter, print-maker and draftsman

  • Michiel van Musscher (1645–1705), Dutch painter

  • Girolamo Muziano (1532–1592), Italian painter

  • Grigoriy Myasoyedov (1834–1911), Russian painter

  • Johannes Mytens (1614–1670), Dutch painter

  • Caroline Mytinger (1897–1980), American painter

  • Nadim Karam (born 1957), Lebanese artist

  • Isabel Naftel (1832–1912), English artist

  • Maud Naftel (1856–1890), English painter

  • Paul Jacob Naftel (1817–1891), Guernsey/English painter and teacher

  • Urakusai Nagahide (有楽斎長秀, fl. 1804 – c. 1848), Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock printer

  • Nagasawa Rosetsu (長沢芦雪, 1754–1799), Japanese painter

  • Aaron Nagel, (born 1980), American artist

  • Patrick Nagel, (1945–1984), American artist and illustrator

  • István Nagy (1873–1937), Hungarian painter

  • Matthijs Naiveu, (1647–1721), Dutch painter

  • Naka Bokunen (名嘉睦稔, born 1953), Japanese (Okinawa) print-maker

  • Nakahara Nantenbō (中原南天棒, 1839–1925), artist and Zen master

  • Naondo Nakamura (中村 直人, 1905–1981), Japanese painter and sculptor

  • Nakayama Tadashi (born 1927)

  • Nam Gye-u (남계우, 1811–1888), Korean painter and official

  • Carlos Trillo Name (born 1941) Cuban painter

  • Naza (born 1955), Brazilian/American painter

  • Albert Namatjira (1902–1959), Australian aboriginal painter

  • Lisa Nankivil (born 1958), American painter and print-maker

  • Nara Yoshitomo (奈良美智, born 1959), Japanese artist

  • Oscar Rodríguez Naranjo (1907–2006), Colombian painter and sculptor

  • Jørgen Nash (1920–2004), Danish artist and writer

  • Paul Nash (1889–1946), English painter and war artist

  • Alexander Nasmyth (1758–1840), Scottish painter

  • Anne Nasmyth (1798–1874), Scottish/English painter and teacher

  • Barbara Nasmyth (1790–1870), Scottish/English painter and educator

  • Charlotte Nasmyth (1804–1884), Scottish/English painter

  • Jane Nasmyth (1788–1867), Scottish painter

  • Patrick Nasmyth (1787–1831), Scottish painter

  • Jean-Marc Nattier (1685–1766), French painter

  • Bruce Nauman (born 1941), American artist

  • Josef Navrátil (1798–1865), Austro-Hungarian (Bohemian) mural and fresco painter

  • Naza (born 1955), Brazilian/America] painter

  • Radi Nedelchev (born 1938), Bulgarian artist especially of landscapes, village life, and festivals

  • Alice Neel (1900–1984), American painter

  • Aert van der Neer (1603–1677), Dutch painter

  • Eglon van der Neer (1633–1703), Dutch painter

  • Almada Negreiros (1893–1970), Portuguese painter, poet and writer

  • LeRoy Neiman (1927–2012), American painter

  • Kristin Nelson (1945-2018), American painter, actor and author

  • Albert Nemethy (1920–1998), Hungarian-American painter

  • Odd Nerdrum (born 1944), Norwegian figurative painter.

  • Ismael Nery (1900–1934), Brazilian painter, poet and architect

  • Ugo Nespolo (born 1941), Italian artist

  • Mikhail Nesterov (1862–1942), Russian artist

  • Caspar Netscher (1639–1684), Dutch painter

  • Louise Nevelson (1900–1988), American artist

  • NEVERCREW (born 1980 and 1979), Swiss duo of urban artists

  • Jessie Newbery (1864–1948), Scottish artist and embroiderer

  • Barnett Newman (1905–1970), American artist

  • Roy Newell (1914–2006), American painter

  • Ni Duan (倪端, 1436–1505), Chinese imperial painter

  • Ni Tian (倪田, 1855–1919), Chinese painter

  • Ni Yuanlu (倪元璐, 1593–1644) Chinese calligrapher, painter and official

  • Ni Zan (倪瓚, 1301–1374), Chinese painter

  • Jan Nieuwenhuys (1922–1986), Dutch painter

  • Ben Nicholson (1894–1982), English abstract painter

  • William Nicholson (1872–1949), English painter

  • John Nicolson (1891–1951), Scottish/English painter, etcher and illustrator

  • Nicomachus of Thebes (4th century BC), Ancient Greek painter

  • Caro Niederer (born 1963), Swiss artist

  • Ejnar Nielsen (1872–1956), Danish painter and illustrator

  • Jan Nieuwenhuys (1922–1986), Dutch painter

  • Nína Tryggvadóttir (1913–1968), Icelandic artist

  • Nishida Shun'ei (西田俊英, born 1953), Japanese painter and art professor

  • Nishikawa Sukenobu (西川祐信, 1671–1750), Japanese print-maker

  • Margaret Graeme Niven (1906–1997), English painter

  • Nōami (能阿弥, 1397–1471), Japanese artist and connoisseur

  • James Campbell Noble (1845–1913), Scottish painter

  • Robert Noble (1857–1917), Scottish artist

  • Isamu Noguchi (野口勇, 1904–1988), American artist and landscape architect

  • Gavin Nolan (born 1977), Welsh/English painter

  • Sidney Nolan (1917–1992), Australia painter and print-maker

  • Kenneth Noland (1924–2010), American painter

  • Emil Nolde (1867–1956), German painter and print-maker

  • Reinier Nooms (1623–1667), Dutch painter and etcher

  • Jean-Pierre Norblin de La Gourdaine (1745–1830), French/Polish painter, draftsman and engraver

  • Max Magnus Norman (born 1973), Swedish artist, painter and sculptor

  • Raymond Normand (1919–2000), French painter

  • Vladimir Novak (born 1947), Czechoslovak/Czech painter, graphic artist and illustrator

  • Guity Novin (born 1944), Iranian/Canadian painter

  • Zbigniew Nowosadzki (born 1957), Polish painter

  • Zoltán Nuridsány (1925–1974), Hungarian painter of Armenian origin

  • Arvid Nyholm (1866–1927), Swedish/American painter

  • Alejandro Obregón (1920–1992), Colombian painter, sculptor and engraver

  • Bencho Obreshkov (1899–1970), Bulgarian painter

  • Jacques-François Ochard (1800–1870), French artist and teacher

  • Jacob Ochtervelt (1634–1682), Dutch painter

  • Leonard Ochtman (1854–1935), American painter

  • Ogata Gekkō (尾形月耕, 1859–1920), Japanese painter and ukiyo-e woodblock print-maker

  • Ogata Kenzan (尾形乾山, 1663–1743), Japanese potter and painter

  • Ogata Kōrin (尾形光琳, 1658–1716), Japanese painter, lacquerer and designer

  • Juan O'Gorman (1905–1982), Mexican painter and architect

  • Yuki Ogura (1895–2000), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Dorothea Warren O'Hara (1873–1972), American ceramicist

  • Ohara Koson (小原古邨, 1877–1945), Japanese painter and print designer

  • Doug Ohlson (1936–2010), American artist

  • Michalis Oikonomou (1888–1933), Greek painter

  • Okada Beisanjin (岡田米山人, 1744–1820), Japanese painter and rice merchant

  • Okada Hanko (1782–1846)

  • Okamoto Tarō (1911–1996)

  • Georgia O'Keeffe (1887–1986), American artist

  • Aloysius O'Kelly (1853–1941)

  • Okuda Gensō (1912–2003)

  • Okumura Masanobu (1686–1764)

  • Okumura Togyu (1889–1990)

  • Jules Olitski (1922–2007), American abstractpainter, printmaker, and sculptor

  • Viktor Oliva (1861–1928), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/Czechoslovak painter and illustrator

  • Nathan Oliveira (1928–2010), American painter, printmaker, and sculptor

  • Ceferí Olivé (1907–1995), Catalan watercolor painter

  • Madge Oliver (1875–1924), English/French painter

  • Francisco Oller (1833–1917), Puerto Rican visual artist

  • Geoffrey Olsen (1943–2007), Welsh/American artist

  • Frank O'Meara (1853–1888), Irish painter

  • Kōshirō Onchi (恩地孝四郎, 1891–1955), Japanese print-maker

  • Julian Onderdonk (1882–1922), American painter

  • Tadashige Ono (小野忠重, 1909–1990), Japanese woodblock artist

  • Maria van Oosterwijk (1630–1693), Dutch painter

  • Bruce Onobrakpeya (born 1932), Nigerian print-maker, painter and sculptor

  • John Opie (1761–1807), English painter

  • Andrea Orcagna (1320–1368), Italian painter, sculptor and architect

  • William Quiller Orchardson (1835–1910), Scottish painter

  • Edward Otho Cresap Ord, II (1858–1923), American painter and poet

  • Bryan Organ (born 1935), English painter

  • Emil Orlik (1870–1932), Austrian painter, etcher and lithographer

  • Aleksander Orłowski (1777–1832), Polish painter, sketch maker and lithographer

  • István Orosz (born 1951), Hungarian painter, print-maker and animated film director

  • José Clemente Orozco (1883–1949), Mexican painter

  • Sir William Orpen (1878–1931), Irish painter

  • Manuel Ortiz de Zarate (1887–1946), Chilean painter

  • George Earl Ortman (1926–2015), American painter, print-maker and sculptor

  • Erik Ortvad (1917–2008), Danish painter

  • Walter Osborne (1859–1903), Irish painter

  • Adriaen van Ostade (1610–1685), Dutch painter

  • Isaac van Ostade (1621–1649), Dutch painter

  • Ilya Ostroukhov (1858–1929), Russian painter and art collector

  • Masamitsu Ōta (太田雅光, 1892–1975), Japanese print-maker

  • Otake Chikuha (尾竹竹坡, 1878-1936), Japanese painter

  • Johann Friedrich Overbeck (1789–1869), German painter

  • Amédée Ozenfant (1886–1966), French painter and writer

  • Auseklis Ozols (born 1941), American painter and teacher

  • László Paál (1846–1879), Hungarian painter

  • Stephen Pace (1918–2010), American artist

  • T. K. Padmini (1940–1969), Indian painter

  • Derold Page (born 1947), South African/English painter

  • Grace Pailthorpe (1883–1971), English surrealist painter

  • Antonie Palamedesz (1601–1673), Dutch painter

  • Maties Palau Ferré (1921–2000), Spanish (Catalonian) painter, draftsman and ceramicist

  • Béla Pállik (1845-1908), Hungarian painter and opera singer

  • Kalervo Palsa (1947–1987), Finnish artist

  • Tom Palin (born 1974), English painter

  • Pamphilus (4th century BC), Ancient Greek painter

  • Arthur Pan (fl. 1920–1960), Hungarian/English portrait painter

  • Pan Tianshou (潘天壽, 1897–1971), Chinese painter and educator

  • Pan Yuliang (潘玉良, 1899–1977), Chinese painter

  • Giovanni Paolo Pannini (1691–1765), Italian painter and architect

  • Józef Pankiewicz (1866–1940), Polish/French painter, graphic artist and teacher

  • Eduardo Paolozzi (1924–2005), Scottish artist and sculptor

  • George Papazov (1894–1972), Bulgarian/French painter and writer

  • Roberto Parada (born 1969), American painter

  • David Park (1911–1960), American painter

  • Constance-Anne Parker (1921–2016), English painter and sculptor

  • John Parker (1798–1860), Welsh artist and cleric

  • Lawton S. Parker (1868–1954), American painter

  • Ray Parker (1922–1990), American painter

  • Parmigianino (1504–1540), Italian painter and print-maker

  • Antônio Parreiras (1860–1937), Brazilian painter, designer and illustrator

  • Clara Weaver Parrish (1861–1925), American painter and stained-glass designer

  • Maxfield Parrish (1870–1966), American painter and illustrator

  • Ulrika Pasch (1735–1796), Swedish painter and miniaturist

  • Ed Paschke (1939–2004), American painter

  • Jules Pascin (1885–1930), Bulgarian/American painter and draftsman

  • Odhise Paskali (1903–1985), Albanian sculptor

  • George Passantino (1922–2004), American artist, teacher and author

  • Leonid Pasternak (1862–1945), Russian/Soviet painter

  • Jean-Baptiste Pater (1695–1736), French painter

  • Emily Murray Paterson (1855–1934), Scottish painter

  • James Paterson (1854–1932), Scottish painter

  • Viola Paterson (1899–1981), Scottish/English painter, engraver and woodcut artist

  • Joachim Patinir (1480–1524), Flemish painter

  • Károly Patkó (1895–1941), Hungarian painter and copper engraver

  • David Paton (fl. 1660–1700), Scottish miniature painter

  • Joseph Noel Paton (1821–1901), Scottish artist, illustrator and sculptor

  • James McIntosh Patrick (1907–1998), Scottish painter

  • Ambrose McCarthy Patterson (1877–1967), Australian/American painter and print-maker

  • Gen Paul (1898–1975), French painter and engraver

  • William McGregor Paxton (1869–1941), American painter and instructor

  • Michael Gustavius Payne (born 1969), Welsh painter

  • Charles Willson Peale (1741–1827), American painter, soldier and naturalist

  • James Peale (1749–1831), American painter

  • Raphaelle Peale (1774–1825), American still-life painter

  • Rembrandt Peale (1778–1860), American artist and museum founder

  • Rubens Peale (1784–1865), American artist and museum curator

  • Titian Peale (1799–1885), American artist, naturalist and explorer

  • Max Pechstein (1881–1955), German painter and print-maker

  • Carl-Henning Pedersen (1913–2007), Danish painter

  • Pedro Pedraja (born 1974), Spanish/English painter

  • Olivia Peguero (born 1963), Dominican painter and botanic artist

  • Lucia Peka (1912–1991), Latvian/American artist

  • Waldo Peirce (1884–1970), American painter

  • Slobodan Pejić (1944–2006), Yugoslav (Bosnian)/Slovenian sculptor and painter

  • Amelia Peláez (1896–1968), Cuban painter

  • Fernand Pelez (1843–1913), French painter

  • Gina Pellón (born 1926), Cuban/French painter

  • Agnes Lawrence Pelton (1881–1961), American painter

  • Sophie Pemberton (1869–1959), Canadian painter

  • Giovanni Pelliccioli (born 1947), Italian painter

  • Relja Penezic (born 1950), Yugoslav (Serbian)/American painter, print-maker and film-maker

  • Vincent Pepi (born 1926), American painter

  • Samuel Peploe (1871–1935), Scottish painter

  • Matteo Pérez (c. 1547 – c. 1616), Italian painter

  • Christopher Perkins (1891–1968), English/New Zealand painter and teacher

  • Constant Permeke (1886–1952), Belgian painter and sculptor

  • Vasily Perov (1833–1882), Russian painter

  • Lilla Cabot Perry (1848–1933), American artist

  • Pietro Perugino (c. 1445–1523), Italian painter

  • Robert Storm Petersen (1882–1949), Danish cartoonist, illustrator and painter

  • Jean Petitot (1607–1691), Swiss/French enamel painter

  • Jean Louis Petitot (1652–1730), French enamel painter

  • Roy Petley (born 1951), English painter

  • John F. Peto (1854–1907), American painter

  • Soma Orlai Petrich (1822–1880), Hungarian painter

  • Giuseppe Antonio Petrini (1677–1755), Swiss painter

  • John Pettie (1839–1893), Scottish/English painter

  • Valerie Petts (living), English painter

  • Peter S. Pezzati (1902–1993), American painter

  • Erik Pevernagie (born 1939), Belgian painter and writer

  • Theodor Philipsen (1840–1920), Danish painter and figure-maker

  • Ammi Phillips (1788–1865), American painter

  • L. Vance Phillips (1858 – pre-1951), American china painter

  • Tom Phillips (born 1937), English painter, print-maker and collagist

  • Ramón Piaguaje (born 1962), Ecuadorian painter and environmentalist

  • Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (1682–1754), Italian painter

  • Francis Picabia (1879–1953), French painter, poet and typographer

  • Pablo Picasso (1881–1973), Spanish/French painter, sculptor and ceramicist

  • Ramon Pichot (1872–1925), Spanish (Catalan) painter

  • Nicolaes Eliaszoon Pickenoy (1588–1655), Dutch painter

  • Joseph Pickett (1848–1918), American painter

  • Otto Piene (1928–2014), German/American artist

  • Patrick Pietropoli (born 1953), French painter and sculptor

  • André Pijet (living), Polish/French cartoonist

  • Adam Pijnacker (1622–1673), Dutch painter

  • Otto Pilny (1866–1936), Swiss painter

  • Carl Gustaf Pilo (1711–1793), Swedish/Danish artist and academy director

  • Veno Pilon (1896–1970), Yugoslav/Slovenian painter, graphic artist and photographer

  • Robert Antoine Pinchon (1886–1943), French painter

  • Howardena Pindell (born 1943), American painter and mixed-media artist

  • Xavier Blum Pinto (born 1957), Ecuadorian artist

  • Grytė Pintukaitė (born 1977), Soviet/Lithuanian painter

  • Pinturicchio (c. 1454–1513), Italian painter

  • Richard Pionk (1936–2007), American painter

  • George Pirie (1863–1946), Scottish painter and draftsman

  • Pisanello (c. 1395–1455), Italian painter

  • Joseph Pisani (born 1971), American painter and photographer

  • Camille Pissarro (1830–1903), Danish/French painter

  • Lucien Pissarro (1863–1944), English painter and etcher

  • Orovida Camille Pissarro (1893–1968), English painter and etcher

  • Primrose Pitman (1902–1998), English painter and draftsman

  • Lari Pittman (born 1952), American painter

  • Giambattista Pittoni (1687–1767) Italian painter and academician

  • Antoni Pitxot (born 1934) Spanish (Catalan) painter

  • Otto Placht (born 1962) Czechoslovak/Peruvian painter

  • Josefina Tanganelli Plana (1904–1968), Spanish (Catalan) cartoonist and painter

  • John Platt (1886–1967), English painter

  • John Plumb (1927–2008), English painter

  • Władysław Podkowiński (1866–1895), Polish painter and illustrator

  • Ihor Podolchak (born 1962), Soviet/Ukrainian film-maker and visual artist

  • Egbert van der Poel (1621–1664), Dutch painter

  • Cornelis van Poelenburgh (1594–1667), Dutch painter and draftsman

  • Louis Pohl (1915–1999), American painter, illustrator and art teacher

  • Vasily Polenov (1844–1927), Russian painter

  • Serge Poliakoff (1900–1969), Russian/French painter

  • Grace Polit (living), Ecuadorian artist

  • Sigmar Polke (1941–2010), German painter and photographer

  • Jackson Pollock (1912–1956), American painter

  • Elizabeth Polunin (1887–1950), English artist and theater designer

  • Fay Pomerance (1912–2001), English painter

  • Jacopo Pontormo (1494–1557), Italian painter

  • Horatio Nelson Poole (1884–1949), American painter, print-maker and teacher

  • Willem de Poorter (1608–1648), Dutch painter

  • Liubov Popova (1889–1924), Russian painter and designer

  • Bertalan Pór (1880–1964), Hungarian painter

  • Fairfield Porter (1907–1975), American painter and art critic

  • Candido Portinari (1903–1962), Brazilian painter

  • Marten Post (born 1942), Dutch visual artist

  • Hendrik Gerritsz Pot (1580–1657), Dutch painter

  • Beatrix Potter (1866–1943), English children's author and illustrator

  • Paulus Potter (1625–1654), Dutch painter

  • Fuller Potter (1910–1990), American artist

  • Edward Henry Potthast (1857–1927), American painter

  • William Didier-Pouget (1864–1959), French painter

  • Nathaniel Pousette-Dart (1886–1965), American painter and art writer

  • Richard Pousette-Dart (1916–1992), American painter, sculptor and photographer

  • Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665), French/Italian painter

  • William Powhida (born 1976), American visual artist and art critic

  • Domenico Pozzi (1745–1796), Italian painter

  • Andrea Pozzo (1642–1709), Italian painter, architect and Jesuit

  • Harvey Pratt (born 1941), American forensic artist

  • Fred A. Precht (1863–1942), American painter

  • Maurice Prendergast (1861–1924), American artist

  • Peter Prendergast (1946–2007), Welsh landscape painter

  • Gregorio Prestopino (1907–1984), American artist

  • Gaetano Previati (1852–1920), Italian painter

  • Mary Elizabeth Price (1877–1965), American painter

  • Gwilym Prichard (1931–2015), Welsh painter

  • Alice Prin (1901–1953), French painter, model and actress

  • John Quinton Pringle (1864–1925), Scottish painter

  • Dod Procter (1890–1972), English painter

  • Ernest Procter (1885–1935), English painter, designer and illustrator

  • František Jakub Prokyš (1713–1791), Austro-Hungarian (Bohemian) painter

  • Andrzej Pronaszko (1888–1961), Polish painter and scenographer

  • Samuel Prout (1783–1852), English watercolor painter

  • John Skinner Prout (1805–1876), English/Australian painter, lithographer and art teacher

  • Tadeusz Pruszkówski (1888–1942), Polish painter and art teacher

  • Witold Pruszkówski (1846–1896), Polish painter and graphic artist

  • Illarion Pryanishnikov (1840–1894), Russian painter

  • Pu Hua (蒲華, 1834–1911), Chinese painter and calligrapher

  • Louisa Puller (1884–1963), English painter and wartime artist

  • Puru (溥儒, 1896–1963), Chinese painter and calligrapher

  • Fritz Puempin (1901–1972), Swiss painter and archaeologist

  • Johann Pucher (1814–1864), Austro-Hungarian (Slovenian) artist, poet and priest

  • Karl Pümpin (1907–1975), Swiss painter

  • Hovsep Pushman (1877–1966), Armenian/American painter

  • Sasha Putrya (1977–1989), Soviet (Ukrainian) child artist

  • Patrick Pye (1929–2018), Irish sculptor, painter and stained-glass artist

  • Jacob Pynas (1592–1650), Dutch painter

  • Jan Pynas (1583–1667), Dutch painter

  • Mirko Rački (1879–1982), Austro-Hungarian (Croatian)/Yugoslav painter

  • Anton Räderscheidt (1892–1970), German painter

  • Ronald Rae (born 1946), Scottish sculptor

  • Henry Raeburn (1756–1823), Scottish portrait painter

  • Fiona Rae (born 1963), English painter

  • Carl Rahl (1812–1865), Austrian painter

  • Francesco Raibolini (1453–1518), Italian painter, goldsmith and medalist

  • Victor Noble Rainbird (1888–1936), English painter, stained-glass artist and illustrator

  • Edi Rama (born 1964), Albanian painter, writer and politician

  • Allan Ramsay (1713–1784), Scottish portrait painter

  • Ivan Ranger (1700–1753), Austrian (Tyrolean) painter

  • Arabella Rankin (1871– c. 1935), Scottish painter and woodcut artist

  • Raphael (1483–1520), Italian painter and architect

  • Joseph Raphael (1869–1950), American painter

  • Dorning Rasbotham (1730–1791), English artist and writer

  • Slava Raškaj (1877–1906), Austro-Hungarian (Croatian) painter

  • Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008), American painter and graphic artist

  • Dirck de Quade van Ravesteyn (1565–1620), Dutch painter

  • Hubert van Ravesteyn (1638–1691), Dutch painter

  • Jan Antonisz van Ravesteyn (1572–1657), Dutch court painter

  • Rachel Reckitt (1908–1995), English wood engraver, sculptor and designer

  • Edward Willis Redfield (1869–1965), American landscape painter

  • Tommaso Redi (1665–1726), Italian painter

  • Odilon Redon (1840–1916), French painter, print-maker and draftsman

  • Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840), Belgian painter and botanist

  • Anne Redpath (1895–1965), Scottish painter

  • Paula Rego (born 1935), Portuguese/English visual artist

  • István Regős (born 1954), Hungarian painter and artist

  • Don Reichert (born 1932), Canadian artist and photographer

  • Flora Macdonald Reid (1861–1938), Scottish/English painter

  • George Reid (1841–1913), Scottish painter

  • John Robertson Reid (1851–1926), Scottish/English painter

  • Robert Reid (1862–1929), American painter and stained-glass artist

  • Wenzel Lorenz Reiner (1688–1743), Bohemian painter

  • Rembrandt (1606–1669), Dutch draftsman, painter and print-maker

  • Frederic Remington (1861–1909), American painter, sculptor and writer

  • Ren Bonian (任頤, 1840–1896), Chinese painter

  • Ren Renfa (任仁發, 1254–1327), Chinese artist and government official

  • Ren Xiong (任熊, 1823–1857), Chinese painter

  • Ren Xun (任薰, 1835–1893), Chinese painter

  • Guido Reni (1575–1642), Italian painter

  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919), French painter

  • Pierre Roland Renoir (born 1958), Canadian painter

  • Tibor Rényi (born 1973), Hungarian painter

  • Ilya Yefimovich Repin (1844–1930), Russian/Soviet painter

  • Marcos Restrepo (born 1961), Ecuadorian painter

  • Paul Resika (born 1928), American painter

  • István Réti (1872–1945), Hungarian painter, professor and art historian

  • Pablo Rey (born 1968), Spanish painter

  • Maurice Reymond (1862–1936), Swiss sculptor, painter and engraver

  • Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792), English portrait painter

  • J. Massey Rhind (1860–1936), Scottish/American sculptor

  • John Rhind (1828–1892), Scottish sculptor

  • John Stevenson Rhind (1859–1937), Scottish sculptor

  • William Birnie Rhind (1853–1933), Scottish sculptor

  • Théodule Ribot (1823–1891), French painter and print-maker

  • Sebastiano Ricci (1659–1734), Italian painter

  • Suzy Rice (living), American painter, screen-writer and fiction author

  • Ceri Richards (1903–1971), Welsh painter and print-maker

  • Jesse Richards (born 1975), American painter, film-maker and photographer

  • William Trost Richards (1833–1905), American landscape artist

  • Mary Curtis Richardson (1848–1931), American painter

  • Willy Bo Richardson (born 1974), American painter

  • Robert Richenburg (1917–2006), American painter

  • William Blake Richmond (1842–1921), English painter, sculptor and stained-glass designer

  • Gerhard Richter (born 1932), German visual artist

  • Charles Ricketts (1866–1931), Swiss-born English painter, illustrator and typographer

  • Hyacinthe Rigaud (1659–1743), French painter

  • Anne Rigney (born 1957), Irish visual artist and sculptor

  • Bridget Riley (born 1931), English op art painter

  • Penny Rimbaud (born 1943), English painter, poet and musician

  • L. A. Ring (1854–1933), Danish painter

  • Pieter de Ring (1615–1660), Dutch painter

  • Jean-Paul Riopelle (1923–2002), Canadian painter and sculptor

  • József Rippl-Rónai (1861–1927), Hungarian painter

  • Friedrich Ritter von Friedländer-Malheim (1825–1901), Austro-Hungarian (Bohemian) painter

  • Rafael Ritz (1829–1894), Swiss painter

  • Arturo Rivera (born 1945), Mexican painter

  • Diego Rivera (1886–1957), Mexican painter

  • Larry Rivers (1923–2002), American artist, musician and film-maker

  • Hubert Robert (1733–1808), French painter

  • David Roberts (1796–1864), Scottish painter and lithographer

  • Tom Roberts (1856–1931), Australian artist

  • Alexander Robertson (1772–1841), Scottish/American miniaturist and engraver

  • Andrew Robertson (1777–1845), Scottish miniaturist

  • Archibald Robertson (1765–1835), Scottish/American painter and watercolorist

  • Theodore Robinson (1852–1896), American painter

  • Norman Rockwell (1894–1978), American painter and illustrator

  • Henryk Rodakowski (1823–1894), Polish painter

  • Alexander Rodchenko (1891–1956), Russian artist, sculptor and photographer

  • Holger Roed (1846–1874), Danish painter

  • Jørgen Roed (1808–1888), Danish painter

  • Nicholas Roerich (1874–1947), Russian painter and philosopher

  • Svetoslav Roerich (1904–1993), Russian/Indian painter and architect

  • Kurt Roesch (1905–1984), German/American painter

  • Claude Rogers (1907–1979), English painter and teacher

  • Christian Rohlfs (1849–1938), German painter

  • Charles Roka (1912–1999), Hungarian/Norwegian painter

  • Fyodor Rokotov (1736–1809), Russian portrait painter

  • Charles Rollier (1912–1968), Swiss painter

  • Osvaldo Romberg (1938–2019), Argentine/Israeli artist and professor

  • Gillis Rombouts (1630–1678), Dutch painter

  • George Romney (1734–1802), English portrait painter

  • Martinus Rørbye (1803–1848), Danish painter

  • Guy Rose (1867–1925), American painter

  • Jan Henryk Rosen (1891–1982), Polish/American painter

  • James Rosenquist (1933–2017), American artist

  • Alexander Roslin (1718–1798), Swedish portrait painter

  • Toros Roslin (1210–1270), Armenian manuscript illuminator

  • Alex Ross (born 1970), American book artist and designer

  • Bob Ross (1942–1995), American painter and art instructor

  • Clifford Ross (born 1952), American painter, sculptor and photographer

  • Jacek Andrzej Rossakiewicz (born 1956), Polish painter, theorist and interior designer

  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828–1882), English painter, illustrator and poet

  • Antonio Rotta (1928–1903), Italian painter

  • Jack Roth (1927–2004), American painter

  • Mark Rothko (1903–1970), American painter

  • Georges Rouault (1871–1958), French painter, draftsman and print artist

  • Henri Rousseau (1844–1910), French painter

  • Théodore Rousseau (1812–1867), French painter

  • Ker-Xavier Roussel (1867–1944), French painter

  • Thomas Rowlandson (1757-1827), English artist and caricaturist

  • Pierre Roy (1880–1950), French surrealist painter

  • György Rózsahegyi (1940–2010), Hungarian painter

  • Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640), Flemish artist and diplomat

  • Ernő Rubik (born 1944), Hungarian architect and inventor

  • Andrei Rublev (c. 1360–1430), Russian painter

  • Olaf Rude (1886–1957), Danish painter

  • Hermann Rüdisühli (1864–1944), Swiss painter

  • Andrée Ruellan (1905–2006), American painter

  • Jacob van Ruisdael (1628–1682), Dutch painter, draftsman and etcher

  • Alexander Runciman (1736–1785), Scottish painter

  • John Runciman (1744–1768/1769), Scottish painter

  • Phillip Otto Runge (1777–1810), German painter and draftsman

  • Edward Ruscha (born 1937), American painter, print-maker and photographer

  • Nadya Rusheva (1952–1969), Russian painter and illustrator

  • Santiago Rusiñol (1861–1931), Spanish painter, poet and playwright

  • Vlady Kibalchich Russakov (1920–2005), Russian/Mexican painter

  • Charles Marion Russell (1864–1926), American painter and sculptor

  • Morgan Russell (1886–1953), American artist

  • Jan Rustem (1762–1835), Polish (Armenian) painter

  • Ferdynand Ruszczyc (1870–1936), Polish painter, print-maker and stage designer

  • Rachel Ruysch (1664–1750), Dutch still-life painter

  • Salomon van Ruysdael (c. 1602–1670), Dutch painter

  • Andrei Ryabushkin (1861–1904), Russian painter

  • Anne Ryan (1889–1954), American print-maker and collagist

  • Eve Ryder (1896–1984), American painter

  • Ryūkōsai Jokei (fl. c. 1777–1809), Japanese woodblock print-maker, painter and illustrator

  • Betye Saar (born 1926), American assemblage artist

  • Gaetano Sabatini (1703–1734), Italian draftsman and painter

  • Jacques Sablet (1749–1803), French painter

  • Pieter Jansz Saenredam (1597–1665), Dutch painter and muralist

  • Cornelis Saftleven (1607–1681), Dutch painter

  • Herman Saftleven (1609–1685), Dutch painter

  • Sara Saftleven (1645–1702), Dutch painter

  • Kay Sage (1898–1963), American artist and poet

  • Anne Said (1914–1995), English artist

  • Jean-Pierre Saint-Ours (1752–1809), Swiss painter

  • Saitō Kiyoshi (斎藤清, 1907–1997), Japanese sōsaku-hanga artist

  • Sakai Hōitsu (酒井抱一, 1761–1828), Japanese painter

  • Adam Saks (born 1974), Danish painter

  • Emilio Grau Sala (1911–1975), Spanish (Catalan)/French painter and illustrator

  • Tahir Salahov (born 1928), Soviet (Azerbaijani)/Russian painter and draftsman

  • Stanislaw Samostrzelnik (1480–1541), Polish painter, decorator and Cistercian monk

  • Joop Sanders (born 1921), Dutch/American painter and educator

  • Hans Sandreuter (1850–1901), Swiss artist and designer

  • Bernat Sanjuan (1915–1979), Spanish (Catalan) painter and sculptor

  • John Singer Sargent (1856–1925), American painter and draftsman

  • Michael Aloysius Sarisky (1906–1974), Hungarian/American Hungarian painter

  • Andrea del Sarto (1487–1531), Italian painter

  • Arthur Sarkissian (born 1960), Armenian painter

  • Martiros Saryan (1880–1972), Armenian painter

  • Wilhelm Sasnal (born 1972), Polish painter, illustrator and film-maker

  • Satake Yoshiatsu (佐竹義敦, 1748–1785), Japanese painter and feudal lord

  • Junpei Satoh (佐藤淳平, born 1956), Japanese painter

  • Raymond Saunders (born 1934), American assemblage artist and draftsman

  • Antonio Saura (1930–1998), Spanish painter and writer

  • Anne Savage (1896–1971), Canadian painter and art teacher

  • Jacob Savery (1566–1603), Flemish/Dutch painter, etcher and draftsman

  • Roelant Savery (1576–1639), Dutch painter

  • Jenny Saville (born 1970), English painter

  • Konstantin Savitsky (1844–1905), Russian painter

  • Alexei Kondratyevich Savrasov (1830–1897), Russian painter

  • János Saxon-Szász (born 1964), Hungarian creative artist

  • Sawa Sekkyō (沢雪嶠, fl. late 18th/early 19th cc.) Japanese painter

  • Jan Sawka (born 1946), Polish/American artist and architect

  • Fikret Muallâ Saygı (1903–1967), Turkish painter

  • Godfried Schalcken (1643–1706), Dutch painter

  • Louis Schanker (1903–1981), American artist

  • Hugo Scheiber (1873–1950), Hungarian/German painter

  • Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Austrian painter

  • Oszkar Tordai Schilling (fl. late 19th c.), Hungarian etcher and draftsman

  • Jakub Schikaneder (1855–1924), Austro-Hungarian (Bohemian)/Czechoslovak painter

  • Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946), Finnish painter

  • Rudolf Schlichter (1890–1955), German painter

  • Richard Schmid (born 1934), American artist

  • Georg Friedrich Schmidt (1712–1775), German engraver and designer

  • Johann George Schmidt (1707–1774), German Baroque architect

  • Hans Werner Schmidt (1859–1950), German painter, illustrator and etcher

  • Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884–1976), German painter and print-maker

  • Randall Schmit (born 1955), American painter

  • Stella Schmolle (1908–1975), English painter

  • Julian Schnabel (born 1952), American painter and film-maker

  • Gérard Ernest Schneider (1896–1986), Swiss painter

  • Georg Scholz (1890–1945), German painter

  • Floris van Schooten (1590–1655), Dutch painter

  • Otto Marseus van Schrieck (1619–1678), Dutch painter

  • Georg Schrimpf (1889–1938), German painter and graphic artist

  • Adolf Schrödter (1805–1875), German painter and illustrator

  • Daniel Schultz (1615–1683), Polish-Lithuanian painter

  • Ethel Schwabacher (1903–1984), American painter

  • Carlos Schwabe (1877–1926), Swiss painter and print-maker

  • Randolph Schwabe (1885–1948), English painter and etcher

  • Hans Schwarz (1922–2003), Austrian portrait painter

  • Kurt Schwitters (1887–1948), German artist

  • Alexander Scott (1872–1932), English/American painter

  • Caroline Lucy Scott (1784–1857), English landscape painter and novelist

  • Kathleen Scott (1878–1947), English sculptor

  • Peter Scott (1909–1989), English artist and conservationist

  • Richard T. Scott (born 1980), American history painter and writer

  • Samuel Scott (1703–1772), English painter and etcher

  • Tom Scott RSA (1854–1927), Scottish painter

  • William Edouard Scott (1884–1964), American artist

  • Eduardo Lefebvre Scovell (1864–1918), English/American artist

  • Sean Scully (born 1945), Irish/American painter, sculptor and photographer

  • Felipe Seade (1912–1969), Uruguayan painter and teacher

  • Otakar Sedloň (1885–1973), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/Czechoslovak painter

  • Richard Sedlon (1900–1991), American painter

  • Lasar Segall (1891–1957), German/Brazilian painter, engraver and sculptor

  • Daniel Seghers (1590–1661), Flemish painter and Jesuit brother

  • Gerard Seghers (1591–1651), Flemish painter and art collector

  • Hercules Seghers (1589–1638), Dutch painter and print-maker

  • Kurt Seligmann (1900–1962), Swiss/American painter and engraver

  • Manuel Rendón Seminario (1894–1982), French/Ecuadorian painter

  • Jacek Sempoliński (born 1927), Polish painter, draftsman and critic

  • Sengai (仙厓義梵, 1750–1837), Japanese sumi-epainter

  • Sohrab Sepehri (1928–1980), Iranian poet and painter

  • Zinaida Serebriakova (1884–1967), Russian/French painter

  • Valentin Aleksandrovich Serov (1865–1911), Russian painter

  • Clément Serveau (1886–1972), French painter, engraver and illustrator

  • Bela Čikoš Sesija (1864–1931), Austro-Hungarian (Croat)/Yugoslav painter, art teacher and academy founder

  • Sesshū Tōyō (雪舟等楊, 1420–1506), Japanese ink and wash painter

  • Henriett Seth F. (born 1980), Hungarian artist, poet and musician

  • Georges Seurat (1859–1891), French artist

  • Gino Severini (1883–1966), Italian painter

  • Joseph Severn (1793–1879), English painter

  • Shang Xi (商喜, fl. c. 1430–1440), Chinese painter

  • Emily Shanks (1857–1936), Russian/English painter

  • Charles Haslewood Shannon (1863–1937), English painter and lithographer

  • Shao Mi (邵彌, c. 1592–1642), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Harold Shapinsky (1925–2004), American painter

  • Tōshūsai Sharaku (東洲斎写楽, 1794–1795), Japanese ukiyo-e print designer

  • Sylvester Shchedrin (1791–1830), Russian painter

  • Millard Sheets (1907–1989), American artist, teacher and administrator

  • Samuel Shelley (1750–1808), English miniaturist

  • Rupert Shephard (1909–1992), English painter and illustrator

  • Donald Sherwood (born 1930), graphic artist, Minnesota boundary waters landscape artist

  • Shen Che-Tsai (沈哲哉, 1926–2017), Chinese (Taiwanese) painter

  • Shen Quan (沈銓, 1682–1760), Chinese painter

  • Shen Shichong (沈士充, fl. 14th, 15th or 16th c.), Chinese painter

  • Shen Zhou (沈周, 1427–1509), Chinese painter

  • Sheng Mao (盛懋, fl. late 13th or 14th c.), Chinese painter

  • Sheng Maoye (盛茂燁, fl. 14th, 15th or 16th c.), Chinese painter

  • Shi Rui (石銳, fl. 14th or 15th c.), Chinese painter

  • Shi Zhonggui (史忠貴, born 1954), Chinese painter, philosopher and poet

  • Shiba Kōkan (司馬江漢, 1747–1818), Japanese painter and print-maker

  • Shibata Zeshin (司馬江漢, 1807–1891), Japanese painter and lacquer and print artist

  • Kitao Shigemasa (北尾重政, 1739–1820), Japanese ukiyo-e painter

  • Shōzō Shimamoto (嶋本昭三, born 1928), Japanese artist

  • Kanzan Shimomura (下村 観山, 1873–1930), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Siona Shimshi (born 1939), Israeli painter, sculptor and ceramicist

  • Shin Saimdang (신사임당, 1504–1551), Korean artist, calligraphist and poet

  • Shin Yun-bok (신윤복, 1758–1813), Korean painter

  • Shingei (真芸, 1431–1485), Japanese yamato-e painter

  • Everett Shinn (1876–1953), American painter

  • Shinoda Toko (篠田桃紅, born 1913), Japanese sumi ink painter and print-maker

  • Ivan Shishkin (1832–1898), Russian painter

  • Shitao (石濤, 1642–1707), Chinese painter

  • Harry Shoulberg (1903–1995), American painter

  • Shūbun Tenshō (天章周文, died c. 1444–1450), Japanese painter and Zen Buddhist monk

  • Shukei Sesson (雪村, 1504–1589), Japanese painter and Zen monk

  • Daryush Shokof (born 1954), Iranian artist, film director and writer

  • Kevin A. Short (born 1960), American painter and print-maker

  • Ram Chandra Shukla (born 1925), Indian painter and art critic

  • Shunbaisai Hokuei (春梅斎北英, died 1837), Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print-maker

  • Shunkōsai Hokushū (春好斎北洲, fl. 1802–1832), Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print-maker

  • Walter Sickert (1860–1942), English painter and print-maker

  • Gregorius Sickinger (1558–1631), Swiss painter, draftsman and engraver

  • Henryk Siemiradzki (1843–1902), Polish/Italian painter

  • Paul Signac (1863–1935), French painter

  • Telemaco Signorini (1835–1901), Italian artist

  • Ramón Silva (1890–1919), Argentine painter

  • Sim Sa-jeong (심사정, 1707–1769), Korean painter

  • Josef Šíma (1891–1971), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/Czechoslovak painter

  • Hugo Simberg (1873–1917), Finnish painter and graphic artist

  • Jozef Simmler (1823–1868), Polish painter

  • Sidney Simon (1917–1997), American painter, sculptor and war artist

  • Edward Simmons (1852–1931), American painter and muralist

  • Enrique Simonet (1866–1927), Spanish painter

  • David Simpson (born 1928), American painter

  • Ruth Simpson (1889–1964), English painter

  • William Simpson (c. 1818–1872), African American portrait painter.

  • Oliver Sin (born 1985), Hungarian painter and science illustrator

  • Sin Wi (신위, 1769–1847), Korean painter and scholar

  • David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896–1974), Mexican painter and muralist

  • Mario Sironi (1885–1961), Italian painter

  • Alfred Sisley (1839–1899), French painter

  • Michael Sittow (1469–1525), Netherlandish/Spanish royal painter

  • Robert Sivell (1888–1958), Scottish painter

  • Archibald Skirving (1749–1819), Scottish portrait painter

  • P.C. Skovgaard (1817–1875), Danish painter

  • Antonín Slavíček (1870–1910), Austro-Hungarian (Czech) painter

  • Fyodor Slavyansky (1817–1876), Russian painter

  • Sylvia Sleigh (1916–2010), English/American painter

  • Max Slevogt (1868–1932), German painter and illustrator

  • Władysław Ślewiński (1854–1918), Polish/French painter

  • Pieter Cornelisz van Slingelandt (1640–1691), Dutch painter

  • Hamilton Sloan (born 1946), Northern Irish painter

  • John Sloan (1871–1951), American painter and etcher

  • Arie Smit (1916–2016), Dutch/Indonesian painter

  • Grace Cossington Smith (1892–1984), Australian painter

  • Jack Smith (1928–2011), English artist

  • Leon Polk Smith (1906–1996), American painter

  • Matthew Smith (1879–1959), English painter

  • Xanthus Russell Smith (1839–1929), American painter

  • Franciszek Smuglewicz (1745–1807), Polish/Lithuanian draftsman and painter

  • Eero Snellman (1890–1951), Finnish painter

  • Peter Snow (1927–2008), English painter, theater designer and teacher

  • Sylvia Snowden (born 1942), American painter

  • Joan Snyder (born 1940), American painter

  • Sō Shiseki (宋紫石, 1715–1786), Japanese painter

  • Sōami (相阿弥, died 1525), Japanese painter

  • Gerard Soest (1600–1681), English portrait painter

  • Koloman Sokol (1902–2003), Austro-Hungarian (Slovak)/Czechoslovak painter, graphic artist and illustrator

  • Xul Solar (1887–1963), Argentine painter, sculptor and writer

  • Josep Rovira Soler, (1900–1998), Spanish (Catalan)/Cuban painter

  • Anton Solomoukha (born 1945), Soviet/French artist and photographer

  • Konstantin Somov (1869–1939), Russian/French artist

  • Jens Søndergaard (1895–1957), Danish painter

  • Song Maojin (宋懋晉, fl. 14th, 15th or 16th c.), Chinese painter

  • Song Xu (宋旭, born 1525), Chinese painter and Buddhist priest

  • Rajesh Soni (born 1981), Indian artist and photographer

  • David G. Sorensen (1937–2011), Canadian artist

  • Hendrik Martenszoon Sorgh (1610–1670), Dutch painter

  • Joaquín Sorolla (1863–1923), Spanish painter

  • John Souch (1593/1594–1645), English portrait painter

  • Pierre Soulages (born 1919), French painter, engraver and sculptor

  • Camille Souter (born 1929), Irish painter

  • Chaim Soutine (1894–1944), Russian/French painter

  • Amadeo de Souza Cardoso (1887–1918), Portuguese painter

  • Isaac Soyer (1902–1981), American painter

  • Moses Soyer (1899–1974), American painter

  • Raphael Soyer (1899–1987), American painter, draftsman and print-maker

  • Austin Osman Spare (1886–1956), English draftsman, painter and oculist

  • Stanley Spencer (1891–1959), English painter

  • Nancy Spero (1926–2009), American visual artist

  • Carl Spitzweg (1808–1885), German painter

  • Sebastian Spreng (born 1956), Argentine/American visual artist and writer on music

  • Nicolas de Staël (1914–1955), French painter

  • Jan Stanisławski (1860–1907), Austro-Hungarian (Polish) painter

  • Otto Stark (1859–1926), American artist, print-maker and illustrator

  • Wojciech Korneli Stattler (1800–1875), Polish painter and professor

  • Christian W. Staudinger (born 1952), German sculptor, painter and poet

  • Karl Stauffer-Bern (1857–1891), Swiss painter, etcher and sculptor

  • Henryk Stażewski (1894–1988), Polish painter

  • Karel Štěch (1908–1982), Czechoslovak painter, graphic designer and illustrator

  • T. C. Steele (1847–1926), American painter

  • John Steell (1804–1891), Scottish sculptor

  • Jan Steen (c. 1626–1679), Dutch painter

  • Hendrik van Steenwijk I (1550–1603), Dutch/German painter

  • Hendrik van Steenwijk II (1580–1649), Flemish/Dutch painter

  • Philip Wilson Steer (1860–1942), English painter and art teacher

  • Joe Stefanelli (born 1921), American painter

  • Johann Gottfried Steffan (1815–1905), Swiss/German landscape painter

  • Georges Stein (1818–1890), French painter

  • Jacob Steinhardt (1887–1968), German/Israeli painter and woodcut artist

  • Eduard von Steinle (1810–1886), Austrian/German painter

  • Théophile Steinlen (1859–1923), Swiss/French painter and print-maker

  • Juan Carlos Stekelman (born 1936), Argentine painter and print-maker

  • Frank Stella (born 1936), American painter, sculptor and print-maker

  • Joseph Stella (1877–1946), Italian/American painter

  • Hedda Sterne (1910–2011), Romanian/American artist

  • Matej Sternen (1870–1949), Austro-Hungarian (Slovenian)/Yugoslav painter

  • David Watson Stevenson (1842–1904), Scottish sculptor

  • Helen Stevenson (fl. 1920–1935), Scottish artist and print-maker

  • Robert Macaulay Stevenson (1854–1952), Scottish painter

  • William Grant Stevenson (1849–1919), Scottish sculptor and painter

  • Andrew Stevovich (born 1948), American painter

  • Julius LeBlanc Stewart (1855–1919), American/French painter

  • LeConte Stewart (1891–1990), American artist and Mormon

  • Clyfford Still (1904–1980), American painter

  • Tobias Stimmer (1539–1584), Swiss painter and illustrator

  • Andries Stock, Dutch Baroque painter (1580–1648)

  • Stan Stokes (living), American painter

  • Matthias Stom (c. 1600 – c. 1652), Dutch or Flemish/Italian painter

  • Abraham Storck (1644–1708), Dutch painter and draftsman

  • Thomas Stothard (1755–1834), English painter, illustrator and engraver

  • William Stott (1857–1900), English painter

  • Hendrick van Streeck (1659 – post–1720), Dutch painter of interiors

  • Juriaen van Streeck (1632–1687), Dutch painter

  • Arthur Streeton (1867–1943), Australian painter

  • Bartholomeus Strobel (1591–1650), German/Polish painter

  • Ancell Stronach (1901–1981), Scottish artist

  • Joseph Dwight Strong (1853–1899), American artist and photographer

  • Bernardo Strozzi (1581–1644), Italian painter and engraver

  • Drew Struzan (born 1947), American artist, illustrator and poster designer

  • Zofia Stryjenska (1891–1976), Polish painter, illustrator and stage designer

  • Wladyslaw Strzeminski (1893–1952), Polish painter

  • Gilbert Stuart (1755–1828), American painter

  • George Stubbs (1724–1806), English painter

  • Franz Stuck (1863–1928), German painter, sculptor and architect

  • Walter Stuempfig (1914–1970), American artist and teacher

  • January Suchodolski (1797–1875), Polish painter and army officer

  • Serge Sudeikin (1882–1946), Russian artist and set designer

  • Sudip Roy (born 1960), Indian artist

  • Alberto Sughi (born 1928), Italian painter

  • Sugimura Jihei (杉村治平, fl. 1681–1703), Japanese ukiyo-e print-maker

  • Yasushi Sugiyama (杉山寧, 1909–1993), Japanese nihonga painter

  • William Holmes Sullivan (1836–1908), English history painter

  • Altoon Sultan (born 1948), American painter in egg tempura

  • Sava Šumanović (1896–1942), Yugoslav (Serbian) painter

  • Kelly Sueda (born 1972), American painter

  • Sun Junze (孙君泽, fl. 13th or 14th c.), Chinese painter

  • Sun Kehong (孫克弘, 1533–1611), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Sun Long (孫隆, fl. 14th c.), Chinese painter

  • Victor Surbek (1885–1975), Swiss painter

  • Vasily Surikov (1848–1916), Russian painter

  • Alan Sutherland (born 1931), Scottish painter

  • David Macbeth Sutherland (1883–1973), Scottish artist and Director of Gray's School of Art

  • George B. Sutherland (fl. mid–20th c.), American painter and teacher

  • Graham Sutherland (1903–1980), English painter and print-maker

  • Carol Sutton (born 1945), American painter

  • Linda Sutton (born 1947), English painter

  • Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté (1869–1937), Canadian painter and sculptor

  • Suzuki Harunobu (鈴木春信, 1724–1770), Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print-maker

  • Max Švabinský (1873–1962), Austro-Hungarian (Czech)/Czechoslovak painter, draftsman and academy professor

  • Max Walter Svanberg (1912–1994), Swedish painter, illustrator and designer

  • Eva Švankmajerová (1940–2005), Czechoslovak/Czech artist

  • Svend Rasmussen Svendsen (1864–1945), Norwegian/American artist

  • Sardar Sobha Singh (1901–1986), Indian painter

  • Sergei Sviatchenko (born 1952), Soviet (Ukrainian)/Danish collage artist

  • Herman van Swanevelt (1604–1655), Dutch painter and etcher

  • Roger Swainston (born 1960), Australian painter, naturalist and zoologist

  • Sigurd Swane (1879–1973), Danish painter and poet

  • Albert Swinden (1901–1961), American painter

  • Fedot Sychkov (1870–1958), Russian/Soviet painter

  • George Gardner Symons (1861 or 1863–1930), American painter

  • Bertalan Székely (1835–1910), Hungarian painter

  • Adam Szentpétery (born 1956), Hungarian painter

  • Józef Szermentowski (1833–1876), Polish painter

  • István Szőnyi (1894–1960), Hungarian painter

  • Lili Árkayné Sztehló (1897–1959), Hungarian painter and stained-glass decorator

  • Jean Tabaud (1914–1996), French portrait painter and war artist

  • Enrique Tábara (born 1930), Ecuadorian painter and teacher

  • Augustus Vincent Tack (1870–1949), American painter

  • Tadanori Yokoo (横尾忠則, born 1936), Japanese graphic designer, print-maker and painter

  • Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943), Swiss painter, sculptor and interior designer

  • Hiroyuki Tajima (田嶋宏行, 1911–1984), Japanese print-maker

  • Judy Takács (born 1962), American painter

  • Hiromitsu Takahashi (高橋宏光, born 1959), Japanese artist and stencil print-maker

  • Takahashi Yuichi (高橋由一, 1828–1894), Japanese painter

  • Takehisa Yumeji (竹久夢二, 1884–1934), Japanese painter and poet

  • Takeuchi Seihō (竹内栖鳳, 1864–1942), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Allen Butler Talcott (1867–1908), American painter

  • Algernon Talmage (1871–1939), English painter

  • Reuben Tam (1916–1991), American painter, educator and poet

  • Rufino Tamayo (1899–1991), Mexican painter

  • Tanaka Isson (田中一村, 1908–1977), Japanese nihonga painter

  • Tang Di (唐棣, 1287–1355), Chinese painter

  • Tang Yifen (湯貽汾, 1778–1853), Chinese painter and calligrapher

  • Tang Yin (唐寅, 1470–1524), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Josefina Tanganelli Plana (1904–1966), Spanish painter

  • Yves Tanguy (1900–1955), French painter

  • Tani Bunchō (1763–1840), Japanese painter and poet

  • Henry O. Tanner (1859–1937), Early African-American artist

  • Dorothea Tanning (1910–2012), American painter, sculptor and writer

  • Tanomura Chikuden (1777–1835), Japanese painter

  • Tan Ting-pho (1895-1947), Taiwanese oil painter

  • Michel Tapié (1909–1987), French art critic and theorist

  • Antoni Tàpies (1923–2012), Spanish Catalan painter

  • Caterina Tarabotti (active 1659), Italian painter

  • Edmund Charles Tarbell (1862–1938), American painter

  • Alain Tasso, poet, painter and critic

  • Vladimir Tatlin (1885–1953), Russian painter and architect

  • Jules Tavernier (1844–1889), French painter and illustrator

  • Tawaraya Sōtatsu (俵屋宗達, c. 1570–1643), Japanese painter and designer

  • Alasdair Grant Taylor (1934–2007), Scottish painter, draftsman and sculptor

  • Daniel Taylor (born 1955), Canadian painter

  • Eric Taylor (1909–1999), English artist

  • Persis Goodale Thurston Taylor (1821–1906), American/Hawaiian

  • Shirley Teed (1933–2018), English painter

  • Afewerk Tekle (1932–2012), Ethiopian painter and stained-glass designer

  • Abraham van den Tempel (1622–1672), Dutch painter

  • Carpoforo Tencalla (1623–1685), Swiss/Italian painter and frescoist

  • Jan Tengnagel (1584–1635), Dutch draftsman and painter

  • David Teniers the Elder (1582–1649), Flemish painter

  • David Teniers the Younger (1610–1690), Flemish/Dutch painter, print-maker and copyist

  • David Teniers III (1638–1685), Flemish painter

  • Jason Teraoka (born 1964), American painter

  • Hendrick Terbrugghen (1588–1629), Dutch painter

  • Pietro Testa (1617–1650), Italian artist, print-maker and draftsman

  • Wlodzimierz Tetmajer (1861–1923), Polish painter

  • Mór Than (1828–1899), Hungarian painter

  • Frits Thaulow (1847–1906), Norwegian painter

  • Abbott Handerson Thayer (1849–1921), American artist, naturalist and teacher

  • Theophanes the Greek (1340–1410), Byzantine artist and icon painter

  • Jan Theuninck (born 1954), Belgian painter and poet

  • Wayne Thiebaud (born 1920), American painter

  • Alma Thomas (1894–1978), American painter and art educator

  • Brian Thomas (1912–1980), English church painter

  • Robert Thomas (1926–1999), Welsh sculptor

  • André Thomkins (1930–1985), Swiss/German painter, illustrator and poet

  • Bob Thompson (1937–1966), American painter

  • Ernest Heber Thompson (1891–1971), New Zealand painter and print-maker

  • Adam Bruce Thomson (1885–1976), Scottish painter and educator

  • Charles Thomson (born 1953), English painter, poet and photographer

  • John Thomson of Duddingston (1778–1840), Scottish painter and Church of Scotland minister

  • Tom Thomson (1877–1917), Canadian artist

  • William John Thomson (1771–1845), English painter and miniaturist

  • William Thon (1906–2000), American painter

  • Jens Jørgen Thorsen (1932–2000), Danish artist

  • Ernő Tibor (1885–1945), Hungarian painter and Holocaust victim

  • Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770), Venetianpainter and print-maker

  • Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933), American artist and designer

  • Lajos Tihanyi (1885–1938), Hungarian painter and lithographer

  • Walasse Ting (1929–2010), Chinese/American painter

  • Tintoretto (1518–1594), Italian painter

  • James Tissot (1836–1902), French painter

  • Titian (1488–1576), Italian painter

  • Ettore Tito (1859–1941), Italian painter

  • Alton Tobey (1914–2005), American painter, muralist and art teacher

  • Mark Tobey (1890–1976), American painter

  • A. R. Middleton Todd (1891–1966), English artist

  • Giuseppe Tominz (1790–1866), Austro-Hungarian (Slovenian)/Italian painter

  • Tomioka Tessai (富岡鉄斎, 1837–1924), painter and calligrapher

  • Bradley Walker Tomlin (1899–1955), American artist

  • Hannah Tompkins (1920–1995) American painter and print-maker

  • Gentile Tondino (1923–2001), Canadian artist and educator

  • Stanisław Tondos (1854–1917), Austro-Hungarian (Polish) painter

  • Henry Tonks (1862–1937), English draftsman, painter and surgeon

  • Jacob Toorenvliet (1640–1719), Dutch painter

  • Rodolphe Töpffer (1799–1847), Swiss painter, caricaturist and teacher

  • Torii Kiyomasu (鳥居清倍, fl. 1690s – 1720s), Japanese ukiyo-e painter and print-maker

  • Torii Kiyomasu II (鳥居清倍, c. 1720–1750), Japanese ukiyo-e painter and woodblock print-maker

  • Torii Kiyomitsu (鳥居清満, 1735–1785), Japanese ukiyo-e painter and print-maker

  • Torii Kiyomoto (鳥居清元, 1645–1702), Japanese ukiyo-e painter and kabuki actor

  • Torii Kiyonaga (勝川春潮, 1752–1815), Japanese ukiyo-e artist

  • Torii Kiyonobu I (鳥居清信, 1664–1729), Japanese ukiyo-e painter and print-maker

  • Toriyama Sekien (鳥山石燕, 1712–1788), Japanese ukiyo-e artist and scholar

  • Þórarinn B. Þorláksson (1867–1924), Icelandic painter

  • Veikko Törmänen (born 1945), Finnish painter and graphic artist

  • János Tornyai (1869–1936), Hungarian painter

  • Joaquín Torres García (1874–1949), Uruguayan painter

  • Tosa Mitsunobu (土佐光信, 1434–1525), Japanese painter

  • Tosa Mitsuoki (土佐光起, 1617–1691), Japanese painter

  • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901), French painter, print-maker and illustrator

  • Pierre Toutain-Dorbec (born 1951), French/American photographer, artist and author

  • Toyen (1902–1980), Czech painter, draftsman and illustrator

  • Toyohara Chikanobu (豊原周延, 1838–1912) Japanese woodblock artist

  • Toyohara Kunichika (豊原国周, 1835–1900) Japanese woodblock artist

  • Friedrich Traffelet (1897–1954), Swiss painter and illustrator

  • Kurt Trampedach (born 1943), Danish painter

  • Bill Traylor (1854–1947), American artist

  • Henric Trenk (1818–1892), Swiss/Romanian painter and graphic artist

  • Vladimir Tretchikoff (1913–2006), Russian artist

  • Carlos Trillo Name, Cuban painter

  • J. W. Tristram (1870–1938), Australian watercolor artist

  • Vasily Andreevich Tropinin (1776–1857), Russian Romantic painter

  • Clovis Trouille (1889–1975), French painter and decorator

  • Jean-François de Troy (1679–1752), French painter and tapestry designer

  • Wilhelm Trübner (1851–1917), German painter

  • John Trumbull (1756–1843), American artist during the American Revolutionary War

  • Ivan Trush (1869–1941), Russian (Ukrainian)/Soviet painter and critic

  • Tsuchida Bakusen (土田麦僊, 1887–1936) Japanese painter

  • Tsuji Kakō (都路華香, 1870–1931), Japanese painter

  • Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (月岡芳年, 1839–1892), Japanese artist

  • Israel Tsvaygenbaum (born 1961), Russian/American artist

  • Werner Tübke (1929–2004), German painter

  • Tony Tuckson (1921–1973), Australian artist

  • Thomas Tudor (1785–1855), Welsh artist and land agent

  • Henry Scott Tuke (1858–1929), English artist

  • Mym Tuma (born 1940), American artist

  • Bernt Tunold (1877–1946), Norwegian painter

  • John Doman Turner (1873–1938), English painter

  • J. M. W. Turner 1775–1850), English painter and print-maker (historically known as William Turner)

  • William Turner of Oxford (1789–1862), English landscape painter

  • Glennray Tutor (born 1950), American painter

  • Laurits Tuxen (1853–1927), Danish painter and sculptor

  • Luc Tuymans (born 1958), Belgian contemporary artist

  • John Henry Twachtman (1853–1902), American painter

  • Stanley Twardowicz (1917–2008), American painter and photographer

  • William Twigg-Smith (1883–1950), New Zealand/American painter, illustrator and musician

  • Cy Twombly (1928–2011), American artist

  • Dwight William Tryon (1849–1925), American painter

  • Ralph Burke Tyree (1921–1979), American painter

  • Jean Xceron (1890–1967), American painter

  • Xi Gang (奚岡, 1746–1803), Chinese painter and seal carver

  • Xia Chang (夏昶, 1388–1470), Chinese painter and government official

  • Xia Gui (夏珪, fl. 1195–1224), Chinese painter

  • Xia Shuwen (夏叔文, fl. 14th or 15th c.), Chinese painter

  • Xia Yong (夏永, fl. mid-14th c.), Chinese painter

  • Xiang Shengmo (項聖謨, 1597–1658), Chinese painter

  • Xiao Yuncong (蕭雲從, 1596–1673), Chinese painter, calligrapher and poet

  • Xie He (謝赫, 6th c.), Chinese painter, writer and art historian

  • Xie Huan (謝環, fl. 1426–1452), Chinese painter

  • Xie Shichen (謝時臣, born 1488), Chinese painter

  • Xie Sun (謝蓀, fl. between 17th and 19th cc.), Chinese painter

  • Xu Beihong (徐悲鴻, 1895–1953), Chinese shuimohua painter

  • Xu Wei (徐渭, 1521–1593), Chinese painter, poet and dramatist

  • Xu Xi (徐熙, died pre-975), Chinese painter

  • Xuande Emperor (宣德帝, 1398–1435), Chinese painter and emperor

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