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  • Herb Aach (1923–1985), American painter an writer
  • Hans von Aachen (1552–1615), German mannerist
  • Pacita Abad (1946–2004), multi-media artist and painter, born in the Philippines
  • Riza Abbasi (1565–1635), Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher of the Isfahan School
  • Niccolò dell' Abbate (ca. 1510–1571), Italian painter of the first School of Fontainebleau
  • Giuseppe Abbati (1836–1868), Italian artist of the Macchiaioli group
  • 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
  • Basuki Abdullah (1915–1993), Southeast Asian realist
  • Rowena Meeks Abdy (1887–1945), American modernist landscape
  • Josef Abel (1768–1818), Austrian historical painter and etcher
  • Evelyn Abelson (1886–1967), English artist
  • Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–1977), American artist
  • Johann Ludwig Aberli (1723–1786)
  • Anna Maria Barbara Abesch (1706–1773), Swiss reverse glass painter
  • Nikolaj Abraham Abildgaard (1743–1809), Danish artist and antiquarian draughtsman
  • Ruth Abrahams (1931–2000), British artist
  • Herbert Abrams (1921–2003), American portraitist
  • Ruth Abrams (1912–1986)
  • Philip Absolon (born 1960), British artist and a founder member of the Stuckists art group
  • Otto Abt (1903–1982), Swiss surrealist
  • 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
  • Elinor Proby Adams (1885–1945), British painter and illustrator
  • Ottis Adams (1851–1927), American impressionist
  • Pat Adams (born 1902), American painter and printmaker
  • Sarah Gough Adamson (1883–1963), British landscape painter
  • Mary Adshead (1906–1983), English painter and muralist
  • Jankel Adler (1895–1949), Polish painter and printmaker
  • Willem van Aelst (1627–1683), Dutch Golden Age artist specializing in still-life painting
  • Pieter Aertsen (1508–1575), Dutch historical painter
  • Nadir Afonso (born 1920), geometric abstractionist painter
  • Yaacov Agam (born 1928), Israeli sculptor and experimental artist
  • Lubna Agha (born 1949), South Asian artist
  • Jacques-Laurent Agasse (1767–1848), animal and landscape painter
  • Knud Agger (1895–1973), Danish painter
  • Christoph Ludwig Agricola (1667–1719), German landscape painter
  • An Gyeon (15th century), Korean painter
  • Ai Xuan (born 1945), Chinese painter
  • Ai-Mitsu (1907–1946), Japanese surrealist
  • Edgar Ainsworth (1905–1975), British painter and illustrator
  • Ivan Aivazovsky (1817–1900), Russian painter of Armenian descent, especially of seascapes
  • Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz (1852–1916), Polish painter of portraits
  • Ras AkyemBarbadian
  • Francesco Albani (1578–1660), Italian Baroque
  • Josef Albers (1888–1976), German-born American artist, mathematician and educator
  • Mariotto Albertinelli (1474–1515), High Renaissance Italian painter of the Florentine school
  • Giocondo Albertolli (1743–1839), Swiss-born architect, painter, and sculptor active in Italy during the Neoclassical period
  • Ivan Albright (1897–1983), magic realist painter and artist, especially of self-portraits, character studies, and still lifes
  • Kazimierz Alchimowicz (1840–1916), Lithuanian-born, Polish romantic painter
  • Alcopley (1910–1992), German-American artist at the New York School
  • Eileen Aldridge (1916–1990), British painter
  • Pierre Alechinsky (born 1927), Belgian artist
  • George Aleef (1887–1970), Russian historical painter
  • Fyodor Alekseyev (1753–1824), Russian painter of landscapes
  • Mikoláš Aleš (1852–1913), Czech
  • Larry D. Alexander (born 1953), American artist (realism), teacher, and author
  • Lena Alexander (1899-1983), Scottish painter
  • Else Alfelt (1910–1974), Danish painter and one of the two women in the CoBrA movement
  • Brian Alfred (born 1974), New York painter who specializes in depictions of urban spaces
  • Jessie Algie (1859–1927), Scottish painter
  • David Allan (1744–1796), Scottish painter, especially of historical subjects
  • Griselda Allan (1905–1987), British flower painter
  • Rosemary Allan (1911–2008), British artist
  • Daphne Allen (1899–1985), British painter
  • Kathleen Allen (1906–1983), English painter and muralist
  • Alessandro Allori (1535–1607), Italian portrait painter of the late Mannerist Florentine school
  • Cristofano Allori (1577–1621), Italian portrait painter of the late Mannerist Florentine school
  • Washington Allston (1779–1843), American poet and painter
  • Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema (1852–1909), second wife of the painter Lawrence Alma-Tadema and a painter in her own right
  • Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836–1912), Dutch-born English painter, especially of luxury and decadence of the Roman Empire
  • Almeida Júnior (1859–1899), Brazilian realist
  • Charles Alston (1907–1977), African American artist, muralist, and teacher
  • 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), American
  • Pedro Álvarez Castelló (1967–2004), Cuban artist
  • Edmond Aman-Jean (1860–1936), French symbolist
  • Tarsila do Amaral (1886–1973), Latin American modernist artist
  • Christoph Amberger (ca. 1505–1561), German Northern Renaissance painter of the Augsburg School
  • Friedrich von Amerling (1803–1887), Austro-Hungarian portrait painter in the court of Franz Josef
  • Cuno Amiet (1868–1961), Swiss modernist artist
  • 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, Chinese painter of the Ming Dynasty
  • Anna Ancher (1859–1935), Danish pictorial artist, especially of interiors and simple themes from the everyday lives of the Skagen people
  • Michael Ancher (1849–1927), Danish portrait
  • Werner Andermatt (1916–2013), Swiss
  • Caesar Andrade Faini (1913–1995), Ecuadorian painter and teacher
  • Sophie Gengembre Anderson (1823–1903), French-born British artist who specialised in genre painting of children and women, typically in rural settings
  • Emma Andijewska (born 1931), Ukrainian surrealist painter, poet and writer
  • Ion Andreescu (1850–1882), Romanian impressionist
  • Constantine Andreou (1917–2007), painter and sculptor of Greek origin
  • Michael Andrews (1928–1995)
  • Anthony Angarola (1893–1929), American
  • Marie Angel (1923–2010), English artist
  • Fra Angelico (1387–1445), Early Italian Renaissance
  • Heinz Anger (born 1941), Austrian
  • Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa (1872–1952), Spanish
  • Gaston Anglade (1854-1919), French
  • Charles Angrand (1854–1926), French neo-Impressionist painter and anarchist
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (1532–1625), Italian painter of the Renaissance
  • Peggy Angus (1904-1993), British painter and designer of tiles and textiles
  • Rita Angus (1908–1970), New Zealand painter of portraits and landscapes
  • Albert Anker (1831–1910), Swiss
  • Louis Anquetin (1861–1932), French painter and author
  • Pieter van Anraedt (1635–1678), Dutch Golden Age painter of history scenes
  • Lizzy Ansingh (1875–1959), Dutch
  • Mary Anne Ansley (fl.1810–1840), English painter
  • Horst Antes (born 1936), German painter and sculptor
  • Cornelis Anthonisz. (ca. 1505–1553), Dutch Mannerist
  • Richard Anuszkiewicz (born 1930), American artist of Op Art
  • Aoki Shigeru (1882–1911), Japanese
  • Aoshima Chiho (born 1974), Japanese Pop artist
  • Apelles (4th century BCE), painter of ancient Greece
  • 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 printmaker
  • 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 especially of portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits and vegetables
  • Arent Arentsz (1585–1631), Dutch Golden Age landscape painter
  • Avigdor Arikha (1929–2010), Israeli and French painter, printmaker, and art historian
  • Abram Arkhipov (1862–1930), Russian realist
  • John Armleder (born 1948), Swiss Neo-Geo artist of paintings and sculptures
  • John Armstrong (1893–1973), English surrealist artist
  • Georg Arnold-Graboné (1896–1982), German impressionist
  • Jean Arp (1886–1966), German-French sculptor, painter, poet and abstract artist
  • 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 painter, noted for his pioneering work in developing the yōga  (Western-style) art movement
  • Pieter Jansz van Asch (1603–1678), Dutch Golden Age
  • Pamela Ascherson (1923–2010), English painter and sculptor
  • Ásgrímur Jónsson (1876–1958), Icelandic
  • Dennis Ashbaugh (born 1946), American
  • Ashiyuki Gigadō (early-19th century), Japanese ukiyo-e artist
  • Hans Asper (1499–1571), Swiss
  • Jan Asselijn (1610–1652), Dutch Golden Age
  • Balthasar van der Ast (1593–1657), Dutch Golden Age
  • Nikolai Astrup (1880–1928), Norwegian neo-romantic painter and printmaker
  • Jean-Michel Atlan (1913–1960), French artist
  • René Auberjonois (1872–1957), Swiss artist
  • Étienne Aubry (1746–1781), French
  • Louis-François Aubry (1770–1850), French portraitist
  • Mary Audsley (1919–2008), English painter and sculptor
  • John James Audubon (1785–1851), American ornithologistnaturalisthunter, 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
  • Cassandra Austen (1773–1845), English
  • Giuseppe Avanzi (1645–1718), Italian Baroque
  • Edward Avedisian (1936–2007), American abstract
  • Hendrick Avercamp (1585–1634), Dutch Baroque landscape painter of the Dutch Golden Age
  • Milton Avery (1885–1965), American modern
  • Nikola Avramov (1897–1945), Bulgarian painter especially of still lifes
  • Awataguchi Takamitsu
  • Joan Ayling (1907-1993), British painter
  • Ay-O (born 1931), Japanese artist associated with the Fluxus movement
  • Aya Goda (born 1967), Japanese author and artist
  • Anton Ažbe (1870–1949), Slovene painter and teacher
  • Giovanni Bernardino Azzolini or Mazzolini or Asoleni (c. 1572–c. 1645), Italian
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