Painters II

Margareta Alströmer (1763–1816), Swedish painter and singer
Rudolf von Alt (1812–1908), Austrian landscape and architectural painter
Albrecht Altdorfer (1480–1538), German landscape painter, printmaker and architect of the Renaissance era
Altichiero (1330–1395), Italian painter of the Gothic style
John Altoon (1925–1969), painter
Pedro Álvarez Castelló (1967–2004), Cuban artist
Edmond Aman-Jean (1860–1936), French symbolist painter
Tarsila do Amaral (1886–1973), Latin American modernist artist
Friedrich von Amerling (1803–1887), Austro-Hungarian portrait painter in the court of Franz Josef
Cuno Amiet (1868–1961)
Jacopo Amigoni (1682–1752), Italian painter of the late-Baroque or Rococo period
Rodolfo Amoedo (1857–1941), Brazilian painter and interior designer
Rick Amor (born 1948), Australian war artist and figurative painter
An Zhengwen
Anna Ancher (1859–1935), Danish pictorial artist, especially of interiors and simple themes from the everyday lives of the Skagen people
Michael Peter Ancher (1849–1927), Danish portrait painter
Werner Andermatt (born 1916)
Caesar Andrade Faini (1913–1995), Ecuadorian painter and teacher
Sophie Gengembre Anderson (1823–1903)
Emma Andijewska (born 1931), Ukrainian surrealist painter, poet and writer
Constantine Andreou (1917–2007), painter and sculptor of Greek origin
Anthony Angarola (1893–1929), American painter
Fra Angelico (1387–1445), Early Italian Renaissance painter
Heinz Anger (born 1941)
Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa (1872–1952), Spanish painter
Charles Angrand (1854–1926), French neo-Impressionist painter and anarchist
Sofonisba Anguissola (1532–1625), Italian painter of the Renaissance
Rita Angus (1908–1970), New Zealand painter of portraits and landscapes
Albert Anker (1831–1910), Swiss painter
Louis Anquetin (1861–1932), French painter and author
Pieter van Anraadt (1635–1678)
Lizzy Ansingh (1875–1959), Dutch painter
Horst Antes (born 1936), German painter and sculptor
Richard Anuszkiewicz (born 1930), American artist of Op Art
Aoki Shigeru (1882–1911)
Aoshima Chiho (born 1974)
Apelles (4th century BC), painter of ancient Greece
Zvest Apollonio (1935–2009), Italian/Slovenian artist
Karel Appel (1921–2006), Dutch painter, sculptor and poet
Félix Arauz (born 1935), Latin American painter from Ecuador
Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527–1593), Italian painter especially of portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits and vegetables
Arent Arentsz (1585–1631)
Avigdor Arikha (1929–2010), Israeli and French painter, printmaker, and art historian
Abram Arkhipov (1862–1930)
John Armleder (born 1948), Swiss Neo-Geo artist of paintings and sculptures
Georg Arnold-Graboné (1896–1982)
Jean Arp (1886–1966), German-French sculptor, painter, poet and abstract artist
Richard Artschwager (born 1929)
Asai Chū (1856–1907)
Pieter Jansz van Asch (1603–1678)
Ásgrímur Jónsson (1876–1958)
Dennis Ashbaugh (born 1946)
Ashiyuki Gigadō
Hans Asper (1499–1571)
Jan Asselijn (1610–1652)
Balthasar van der Ast (1593–1657)
Nikolai Astrup (1880–1928)
Jean-Michel Atlan (1913–1960), French artist
René Victor Auberjonois (1872–1957), Swiss artist
John James Audubon (1785–1851), American ornithologist, naturalist, hunter, and painter
Frank Auerbach (born 1931), German-born British painter especially of female models and scenes of London
Jules Robert Auguste (1789–1850), French Impressionist painter
George Ault (1891–1948), American painter
Giuseppe Avanzi (1645–1718), Italian Baroque painter
Edward Avedisian (1936–2007), American abstract painter
Hendrick Avercamp (1585–1634), Dutch landscape painter
Milton Avery (1885–1965), American modern painter
Nikola Avramov (1897–1945), Bulgarian painter especially of still lifes
Awataguchi Takamitsu
Ay-O (born 1931)
Aya Goda (born 1967)
Anton Ažbe (1870–1949), Slovene painter and teacher
Giovanni Bernardino Azzolini or Mazzolini or Asoleni (c. 1572 – c. 1645), Italian painter

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