16th-17th century Greek-born Spanish artist; The Burial of Count Orgaz; View of Toledo; Named Domenikos Theotokopoulos at birth.
20th-century Dutch graphic artist; Graphic work and series of prints using mathematical concepts are in the Gemeentemuseum in the Hague.
20th-century British sculptor; Pieces in the Oscar Wilde Memorial; Named in the following anonymous verse: 'There's a wonderful family called Stein, There's Gert and there's Ep and there's Ein. Gert's poems are bunk; Ep's statues are junk, No one can understand Ein.'
18th-century English portrait and landscape painter; The Blue Boy.
18th-century French romantic painter; Love's Vow; The Swing.
20th-century Russian-born painter and costume designer named Romain de Tirtoff; Some consider him the founder of art deco; Name comes from the French pronunciation of his initials.
20th-century Austrian expressionist painter; The Tempest; Jerusalem.
19th-century French painter; Portrait of Mme Rivière; Jupiter and Thetis; The Apotheosis of Homer.
14th-15th century Florentine sculptor; Produced the gilded bronze doors for the Baptistery of Florence.
16th-century German painter; Depicted the Black Death in his series of woodcuts entitled Dance of Death; Named Henry VIII's court painter in 1536.
19th-20thcentury French postimpressionist painter; Woodcuts, carved sculpture, and such paintings as: Tahitian Women on the Beach; The Yellow Christ; D'Où Venons-Nous? Que Sommes-Nous? Où Allons-Nous?; (Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?)
20th-century Mexican painter; Wife of Diego Rivera; Diego and I.
18th-19th century Japanese painter and wood engraver; Series of 36 pieces called Thirty-Six Views of Mount FIji, which includes The Great Wave Off Kanagawa.
17th-century Dutch artist; Individual portraits, for example The Laughing Cavalier; 9 group portraits, for example Regentesses of the Old Men's Almhouse.
20th-century Swiss sculptor; Work features long, thin bronze figures with scarred surfaces represented as they might appear from a distance; Walking Man II.
18th-19th century early romantic Spanish artist; The Caprices (Los Caprichos); The Colossus; The Third of May,1808, in Madrid; Maja Nude; Maja Clothed.
19th-20thcentury Swiss artist; Twittering Machine; Revolutions of the Viaduct; Frequently included in his paintings his initial P as well as his name in French.
20th-century English realistic artist; Bold colors; A Bigger Splash.
19th-20thcentury Austrian painter; Created the controversial murals Philosophy, Medicine, and Jurisprudence for the University of Vienna.
18th-19th century French sculptor; Full-body sculptures of George Washington; Busts of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and John Paul Jones.
19th-20thcentury Russian artist; Generally considered to be the first abstract painter; His ideas on abstract painting appear in his book On the Spiritual in Art.
19th-century French painter; The Raft of the Medusa; The Death of Sardanapalus.
18th-century English satirical painter; 8 narrative engravings known as The Rake's Progress (1735) inspired Igor Stravinsky's 1951 three-act opera with the same title.
13th-14th century Florentine painter and architect; Life of the Virgin; Life of Christ Last Judgment; Chief architect of Florence, designed its campanile.