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  • Richard Dadd (1817–1886), English painter noted for his depictions of fairies, Orientalist scenes, and enigmatic genre scenes
  • Bernardo Daddi (c.1280–1348), Italian Renaissance painter
  • Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret (1852–1929), French painter
  • Michael Dahl (1659–1743), Swedish portrait painter
  • Helen Dahm (1878–1968)
  • Dai Jin (1388–1462), founder of the Zhe School of Ming dynasty painting
  • Dai Xi (1801–1860), Chinese painter of genre subjects
  • Claire Dalby (born 1944), British botanical artist
  • Roy Dalgarno (1910–2001), Australian social realist artist
  • Salvador Dalí (1904–1989), Spanish surrealist
  • Christen Dalsgaard (1824–1907), Danish painter
  • Thomas Aquinas Daly (born 1937), American contemporary landscape and still life painter
  • Dietmar Damerau (1935–2011)
  • Ken Danby (1940–2007), Canadian artist
  • Vito D'Ancona (1825–1884), Italian artist of the Macchiaioli group
  • Josef Dande (1911–1969), Hungarian landscape artist
  • Leonard Daniels (1909–1998), British painter
  • Heinrich Danioth (1896–1953)
  • Nassos Daphnis (1914–2010)
  • Nils von Dardel (1888–1943), Swedish post-impressionist
  • Jacques Daret (1404–1470)
  • William Dargie (1912–2003), Australian painter, especially of portrait paintings
  • Charles-François Daubigny (1817–1878), French painter of the Barbizon school
  • Honoré Daumier (1808–1879), French printmaker, caricaturist, painter, and sculptor
  • Max Dauthendey (1867–1918)
  • Gerard David (ca.1450–1523), Early Netherlandish painter and manuscript illuminator
  • Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825), French painter in the Neoclassical style
  • Mary C. Davidson (1865–1951), Scottish landscape painter
  • Charles Harold Davis (1856–1933)
  • Eleanor Layfield Davis (1911–1985), American painter, sculptor
  • Mary Davis, Lady Davis (1866–1941)
  • Heinrich Maria Davringhausen (1894–1970), German painter associated with the New Objectivity
  • Gladys Dawson (1909-1993), English painter
  • Janet Dawson (born 1935), Australian artist who won the Archibald Prize
  • Gene Davis (1920–1985), American painter especially of paintings of vertical stripes of color
  • Ronald Davis (born 1937), American painter associated with Geometric abstraction
  • Stuart Davis (1892–1964), American modernist
  • Édouard Debat-Ponsan (1847–1913), French painter
  • Alison Debenham (1903–1967), British painter
  • Jean Baptiste Debret (1768–1848), French painter, noted for lithographs depicting the people of Brazil
  • Joseph DeCamp (1858–1923), American Impressionist
  • Michel De Caso (born 1956), French visual artist
  • Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia (1909–1982), American impressionist, western-pop, painter, sculptor, and lithographer
  • Raoul De Keyser (born 1930), Belgian
  • Eric de Kolb (1916-2001), Austrian-American
  • Giuseppe De Nittis (1846–1884)
  • Edgar Degas (1834–1917), French Impressionist painter, sculptor, printmaker and draftsman
  • Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863), French Romantic artist
  • Michel Delacroix (born 1933), French
  • Beauford Delaney (1901–1979), American modernist
  • Joseph Delaney (1904–1991), American
  • Robert Delaunay (1885–1941), French artist, cofounder of Orphism
  • Sonia Delaunay-Terk (1885–1979), Jewish-French artist, cofounder of Orphism movement
  • Dirck van Delen (1605–1671)
  • Willem Jacobsz Delff (1580–1638)
  • Paul Delvaux (1897–1994), Belgian painter, especially of surrealist paintings with female nudes
  • Roy De Maistre (1894–1968), Australian artist
  • Jenny Eakin Delony (1866–1949), American
  • Grillo Demo, Argentine artist especially of jasmine paintings, depicting falling jasmine
  • Charles Demuth (1883–1935), American watercolorist and oil painter
  • Maurice Denis (1870–1943), French painter and writer
  • Roger Wilson Dennis (1902–1966), American plein-air impressionis painter and art conservator
  • Christabel Dennison (1884-1924), English painter and sculptor
  • André Derain (1880–1954), French painter and co-founder of Fauvism
  • Brigid Derham (1943–1980), British abstract painter
  • Martin Desjardins (1637–1694)
  • Paul Lucien Dessau (1909–1999), British portrait painter
  • Yehia Dessouki (born 1978), Egyptian painter
  • Édouard Detaille (1847–1912), French Academic painter and military artist
  • Serafino De Tivoli (1826–1892), Italian artist of the Macchiaioli group
  • Anthony Devas (1911–1958), British portrait painter
  • Giorgio De Vincenzi (1884–1965), Italian modernist
  • Thomas Dewing (1851–1938), American painter in a tonalist manner
  • Alexander Deyneka (1899–1969)
  • David Diao (born 1943) American
  • Emiliano Di Cavalcanti (1897–1976), Brazilian
  • Jessie Alexandra Dick (1896–1976), Scottish painter
  • Robert Dickerson (born 1929), Australian figurative painter
  • Edwin Dickinson (1891–1978), American painter and draftsman especially of self-portraits and landscapes
  • François Diday (1802–1877)
  • Porfirio DiDonna (1942–1986)
  • Richard Diebenkorn (1922–1993), American abstract
  • Pieter Franciscus Dierckx (1871–1950)
  • Adolf Dietrich (1877–1957)
  • Mary Dignam (1860–1938), Canadian painter and pioneer activist for women artists
  • Sam Dillemans (born 1965), Belgian painter
  • Meredith Dillman, fantasy artist and illustrator specializing in fairies and fairy tale paintings
  • Silvia Dimitrova (born 1970), Bulgarian icon
  • Jim Dine (born 1935), American pop artist
  • Ding Guanpeng (1708–1771)
  • Ding Yunpeng (1547–1628)
  • Abidin Dino (1913–1993), Turkish artist and painter
  • Dionisius (1440–1502), head of the Moscow school of icon painters
  • Paul Dirmeikis (born 1954), Francophone poet, composer, performer and painter
  • Eve Disher (1894–1991), English portrait painter
  • Alén Diviš (1900–1956), Czech painter known for his melancholic art
  • Otto Dix (1891–1969), German painter and printmaker
  • William Dobell (1899–1970), Australian sculptor and painter
  • William Dobson (1610–1646), portraitist and early English painter
  • Mstislav Dobuzhinsky (1875–1957)
  • Lois Dodd (born 1927), American
  • Isobelle Ann Dods-Withers (1876–1939), Scottish painter
  • Theo van Doesburg (1883–1931), Dutch artist, practicing in painting, writing, poetry and architecture
  • Eppo Doeve (1907–1981), Dutch painter and cartoonist
  • Tommaso Dolabella (1570–1650), Italian Baroque
  • Domenichino (or Domenico Zampieri) (1581–1641), Italian Baroque painter of the Bolognese School
  • Óscar Domínguez (1906–1957), Spanish
  • Tadeusz Dominik (born 1928)
  • Inshō Dōmoto (1891–1975)
  • Dong Qichang (1555–1636), Chinese painter, scholar, calligrapher, and art theorist
  • Dong Yuan (934–962), Chinese painter of figures and landscapes
  • Antonio Donghi (1897–1963), Italian painter of scenes of popular life, landscapes, and still life
  • Lambert Doomer (1624–1700) (see Wikimedia Commons)
  • Gustave Doré (1832–1883), French artist, engraver, illustrator and sculptor
  • Kees van Dongen (1877–1968), Dutch painter and one of the Fauves
  • Dosso Dossi (ca.1490–1542), Italian Renaissance painter who belonged to the Ferrara School of Painting
  • Gerrit Dou (1613–1675)
  • Jaroslav Doubrava (1909–1960), Czech composer, painter, and pedagogue
  • Thomas Doughty (1793–1856), American artist of the Hudson River School
  • Aaron Douglas (1898–1979), African American painter and a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance
  • Rackstraw Downes (born 1939), British-born realist painter and author based in America
  • Helen Thomas Dranga (1866–1940), British-born based in America
  • Pamela Drew (1910–1989), English painter of marine and aviation subjects
  • William Dring (1904–1990), English portrait painter
  • Willem Drost (1633–1659), Dutch Baroque painter and printmaker
  • Malcolm Drummond (1880–1945)
  • Russell Drysdale (1912–1981), Australian artist
  • Du Jin, Chinese landscape
  • Du Qiong (1396–1474)
  • Albert Dubois-Pillet (1846–1890) French neo-impressionist
  • Nikolay Nikanorovich Dubovskoy (1859–1918)
  • Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985), French painter and sculptor
  • Duccio (1255–1319), Italian painter especially of religious subject matter
  • Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968), French artist associated with the Dadaist and Surrealist movements
  • Suzanne Duchamp-Crotti (1889–1963), French Dadaist
  • Jacob Duck (1600–1667)
  • Jack M. Ducker (fl. 1910–1930), European landscape
  • Raoul Dufy (1877–1953), French Fauvist
  • Thomas Cantrell Dugdale (1880–1952), British portrait painter
  • Edward Dugmore (1915–1996), American
  • Karel Dujardin (1622–1678)
  • Frank DuMond (1865–1951)
  • Henri-Julien Dumont (1859–1921)
  • Augustus Dunbier (1888–1977)
  • Brian Dunlop (born 1938), Australian still life and figurative painter
  • Anne Dunn (born 1929), English artist associated with the second generation of the School of London
  • Elizabeth Durack (1915–2000), Western Australian artist and writer
  • Asher Brown Durand (1796–1886), American painter of the Hudson River School
  • Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528), German painter, printmaker and theorist
  • Cornelis Dusart (1660–1704), Dutch painter, draftsman and printmaker
  • Willem Cornelisz Duyster (1599–1678)
  • Geoffrey Dyer (born 1947), Australian artist who won the Archibald Prize in 2003
  • Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641), Flemish Baroque artist
  • Floris van Dyck (1575–1651)
  • Friedel Dzubas (1915–1994), German born American Abstract Expressionist
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