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Artist Names Beginning Beginning I

Arcangelo IanelliBrazilian Painter
Julius Caesar IbbetsonEnglish Painter
Henri Gabriel IbelsFrench Painter
Louis IcartFrench Painter/Illustrator
Cristina IglesiasSpanish
Michio IharaJapanese/American Sculptor
John IhleAmerican
Ike-no-TaigaJapanese Painter
Joerg ImmendorffGerman Painter
Philippe-Augustin ImmenraetFlemish Painter
Joseph Murray InceBritish Painter
John William InchboldEnglish Painter
Robert IndianaAmerican Artist
Charles Cromwell InghamIrish/American Painter
Jorge InglesSpanish Painter
Jean-Auguste-Dominique IngresFrench Painter
Henry InmanAmerican Painter
Mark InnerstAmerican Painter
Callum InnesBritish Painter
James Dickson InnesWelsh Painter
George InnessAmerican Painter
Innocenzo da ImolaItalian Painter
The Inscription PainterItalian Vase Painter
Joaquin InzaSpanish Painter
Jean IpousteguyFrench Painter/Sculptor
Albert IrvinBritish Painter
Wilson IrvineAmerican Painter
Robert IrwinAmerican Installation Artist
Terry IsaacAmerican Painter
Eugene IsabeyFrench Painter
Jean Baptiste IsabeyFrench Painter
Adriaen IsenbrantFlemish Painter
Gershon IskowitzPolish/Canadian Painter
Isaac IsraelsDutch Painter
Jozef IsraelsDutch Painter
Ito JakuchuJapanese Painter
Johannes IttenSwiss Designer
Franz IttenbachGerman Painter
Graciela IturbideMexican Photographer
Alexander IvanovRussian Painter
Andrei IvanovRussian Painter
Anton IvanovRussian Painter
Sergei IvanovRussian Painter/Printmaker
Victor IvanovRussian Painter
Jacques IvernyFrench Painter
Chauncey B. IvesAmerican Sculptor
Maria IzquierdoMexican Painter

Notes on the alphabetizing of names on this site: Following common practice, Italian "place" names (containing -da- , -di- or -della -, for example) are generally listed under the artist's first name (e.g. Leonardo da Vinci is under "L"). We have attempted to list Asian artists under their family name, although they may be written as last-name-first-name or Westernized as first-name-last-name. Extremely well-known artists are generally listed under their familiar names (e.g. Rembrandt, van Gogh). All other names are generally listed under the last word in the artist's name.

A faster and simpler approach is to use our custom search engine. It also contains common variants on many artist names - Bruegel vs. Brueghel, Raphael vs. Raffaello Sanzio, etc.


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