C

 

• Caan, James (1940)

Cabin

• Cabinetmaker

• Cacoyannis, Michael (1922-2011)

• Cádiz (España)

• Cadiz, OH (USA)

• Caelian Hill (Rome)

• Café

• Café de la Nouvelle Athènes (Paris)

• Café Van Gogh (Arles)

• Cagnacci, Guido (1601-1663)

• Cagnes-sur-Mer (France)

CAGPR = Galleria Pallavicini (Roma)

• CAGPR = Palazzo Pallavicini Rospigliosi (Roma)

• CAGPR = Palazzo Rospigliosi Pallavicini (Roma)

CAI = Clark Art Institute (Williamstown)

• Caillebotte, Gustave (1848-1894)

• Cairo (Egypt)

• Calabasas, CA (USA)

• Calanda (España)

• California (USA)

• Calligrapher

Calling

• Callow, Simon (1949)

• Calm

• Calumny

• Calypso

• Camaret-sur-Mer (France)

• Cambridge (England)

• Cambridge, MA (USA)

Camel

Cameo

CAMO = Cincinnati Art Museum (Cincinnati)

• Campidoglio (Roma)

• Campo Sant’Ivo (Venezia)

• Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo (Venezia)

Canada

Canadian

• Canal Grande (Venezia)

• Canaletto (1697-1768)

• Cancer

• Candelabrum

Candle

• Candlestick

• Cane

• Cannes (France)

• Cannon

• Cannon, Dyan (1937)

Canons

• Canova, Antonio (1757-1822)

• Canterbury (England)

• Canton, OH (USA)

Cap

• Capilla Real (Granada)

• Capitoline Hill (Rome)

• Capolicchio, Lino (1943)

• Capote, Truman (1924-1984)

• Cappella Cavalletti (Roma)

• Cappella Cerasi (Roma)

• Cappella Contarelli (Roma)

• Cappella Sistina (Vatican)

• Caprese Michelangelo (Italia)

• Capriccio

• Captain

• Capture

• Capucine (1928-1990)

• Car accident

• Caravaggio (1571-1610)

• Cárcova, Ernesto de la (1866-1927)

• Cárcova de Ferrari, María de la (1864)

• Card Player

• Cardiff (Wales)

• Cardinal

• Cardinale, Claudia (1938)

Cardinals

• Cardsharp

• Carlos I, King of Spain (1500-1558)

• Carlos IV, King of Spain (1748-1819)

• Carlsbad, CA (USA)

• Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA (USA)

• Carnival

• Carpet

• Carr, Charmian (1942)

• Carradine, John (1906-1988)

• Carriage

• Carroll, Leo G. (1886-1972)

 Cartagena (España)

• Carter, Jimmy, 39th President of the United States (1924)

• Carthage

• Cartwright, Angela (1952)

• Caryatid

• Casa Buonarroti (Firenze)

• Casino di Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi (Roma)

• Cassatt, Mary (1844-1926)

• Cassel, Jean-Pierre (1932-2007)

• Cassel, Vincent (1966)

• Casselberry, FL (USA)

• Cassidy, Ted (1932-1979)

• Castel Gandolfo (Italia)

• Castelfranco Veneto (Italia)

• Castellano, Richard S. (1933-1988)

• Castelldefels (España)

• Castiglione, Baldassarre (1478-1529)

• Castilian Monarchs

Castle

• Castle, John (1940)

• Castle Island (Boston)

Castles

• Castro dei Volsci (Italia)

Cat

• Catania (Italia)

• Catedral de Santa María de Valencia (Valencia)

• Catedral Primada Santa María de Toledo (Toledo)

• Caterham (England)

Cathedral

Cathedrals

• Catherine of Alexandria

• Catherine of Aragon, Queen of England (1485-1536)

• Cattaneo Vespucci, Simonetta (1453-1476)

• Cattle

• Cattrall, Kim (1956)

Cave

• Cazale, John (1935-1978)

CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire)

CBF = Casa Buonarroti (Firenze)

Cecilia (St.)

• Celi, Adolfo (1922-1986)

• Celio (Roma)

• Céligny (Switzerland)

Cellist

• Cellists

Cello

• Cemetery

• Cemeteries

• Cennini

• Cennini, Francesco (1566-1645)

• Census at Bethlehem

• Centaur

• Cento (Italia)

Ceramic

Ceramist

• Ceramists

• Cerebral hemorrhage

• Cérilly, Allier (France)

• Cerreto Guidi (Italia)

• Cervantes, Miguel de (1547-1515)

• César

• Cézanne, Paul (1839-1906)

• Chabua (India)

• Chadwick, Justin (1968)

• Chagall, Marc (1887-1985)

Chain

Chair

• Chalcis (Greece)

• Chalfont St. Giles (England)

Chalice

• Champfleury (1821-1889)

Chancellor

Chancellors

• Chandelier

• Chantilly (France)

Chapel

Chapels

• Chapels (Roma)

• Chaplin, Geraldine (1944)

• Charenton-Saint-Maurice (France)

• Charigot, Aline (1854-1915)

• Charing Cross Bridge (London)

• Charisse, Cyd (1922-2008)

• Charites

• Charles River

• Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (1500-1558)

• Charleston, SC (USA)

• Charleville (France)

• Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas (US Virgin Islands)

• Charmer

• Charpentier, Georges (1846-1905)

• Charpentier, Georgette-Berthe (1872-1945)

• Charpentier, Marguerite-Louise (1848-1904)

• Charpentier, Paul-Émile-Charles (1875-1895)

• Chase, Duane (1950)

• Chastelet du Cloux (Amboise)

• Château

• Château-d’Oex (Switzerland)

• Château de Beaufresne (Le Mesnil-Théribus)

• Château de Wargemont (Derchigny)

• Château du Clos Lucé (Amboise)

• Château Malromé (Saint-André-du-Bois)

• Châteauroux (France)

• Chatou (France)

• Chatsworth House (Derbyshire, England)

• Chelsea (London)

• Cheltenham (England)

• Chenecey-Buillon (France)

• Cherry

Cherub

• Chester (England)

• Chevalier, Maurice (1888-1972)

• Chicago, IL (USA)

• Chiesa di Ognissanti (Florence)

• Chihuahua (Mexico)

Child

• Chiles, Lois (1947)

• Chiliomodi (Greece)

Chimney

China

• Chloris

• Chocquet, Victor (1821-1891)

Choir

• Cholera

• Chopin, Frédéric (1810-1849)

Christ

• Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery

• Christ Giving the Keys to Saint Peter

• Christie, Agatha (1890-1976)

• Christie, Julie (1940)

• Christopher

• Chromoluminarism

• Chrysanthemum

• Church

Churches

• Churches (Roma)

CIAL = Courtauld Institute of Art (London)

• Cigarette

• Cilento, Diane (1933-2011)

• Cimetière d’Essoyes (Essoyes)

• Cimetière de Montmartre (Paris)

• Cimetière de Passy (Paris)

• Cimetière des Batignolles (Paris)

• Cimetière du Calvaire (Atuona)

• Cimetière du Montparnasse (Paris)

• Cimetière du Père Lachaise (Paris)

• Cincinnati, OH (USA)

• Cincinnati Art Museum (Cincinnati)

• Circumcision

• Cirrhosis

• Cispian Hill (Rome)

• Cispio (Roma)

Cities

• Città del Vaticano

• Cittern

City

• Cityscape

• Civitavecchia (Italia)

• Claesdr, Aechje (1551-1636)

Clare (St.)

• Claus, Fanny, Mme Pierre Prins (1846-1877)

• Clavichord

• Clay, Nicholas (1946-2000)

• Clémenti, Pierre (1942-1999)

• Cleopatra

• Cleveland, Grover, 22nd & 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)

• Cleveland, OH (USA)

• Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland)

• Cleyburg, Haesje van

• Clichy (France)

Cliff

• Clift, Montgomery (1920-1966)

• Cliftonville (England)

• Clinton, Bill, 42nd President of the United States (1946)

• Clinton, MA (USA)

CLMA = Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland)

• Cloak

Clock

• Clos Lucé (Amboise)

Cloud

• Cloux (Amboise)

• Cluzet, François (1955)

CMA = Columbus Museum of Art (Columbus)

Coal

Coast

Coat

• Cocaine

Cock

• Cockaigne

• Coco, James (1930-1987)

• Coconut

Coffehouse

Coffehouses

Coffin

• Cognac (France)

• Cole, George (1925)

• Colicos, John (1928-2000)

Collar

• Colle Cispio (Roma)

• Colle Oppio (Roma)

• Colle Vaticano (Roma)

Collection

Collections

• Collezione d’Arte della Banca Carige (Genova)

• Collins, Gary (1938-2012)

• Collioure (France)

• Cologne (Germany)

• Colombes (France)

Colonna

• Colonna-Romano, Gabrielle (1888-1981)

• Colour

• Columbia, SC (USA)

• Columbia Pictures

• Columbus, OH (USA)

• Columbus Avenue (Boston)

• Column

Comb

Combat

• Comédie-Française

• Comedy

• Commack, Long Island, NY (USA)

• Commode

Communist

• Como (Italia)

Company

Compass

• Composer

• Composers

Composition

• Concert

• Concord, CA (USA)

• Condottiero

Condottieri

• Conductor

• Conductors

• Connecticut (USA)

• Connery, Sean (1930)

• Connoisseur

• Consul

• Consuls

• Consuls of the French Republic

• Consuls of the Roman Republic

• Contemplation

• Continent

Continuity

• Contrabass

• Conversion

• Cook

• Coolidge, Calvin, 30th President of the United States (1872-1933)

• Cooper, Gary (1901-1961)

• Cooper, Gladys (1888-1971)

• Copenhagen (Denmark)

• Coppenol, Lieven Willemsz van (1598-1667)

• Coppola, Francis Ford (1939)

• Coppola, Sofia (1971)

• Corby, Ellen (1911-1999)

• Cordier, Louis (1823-?)

• Corey, Wendell (1914-1968)

• Cork City (Ireland)

Corner

• Coronation

• Coronation of the Virgin

• Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875)

• Corpse

• Corse (France)

• Cortese, Elvira (1910-1982)

• Cortese, Valentina (1923)

• Cortona (Italia)

• Cos Cob, Greenwich, CT (USA)

• Cosimo de’ Medici, Signore di Firenze (1389-1464)

• Cosimo I de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1519-1574)

• Cosimo il Vecchio (1389-1464)

• Cosmas

• Costume

• Côte d’Azur (France)

• Cottage

• Cotten, Joseph (1905-1994)

• Cotton

Count

• Count Palatine

• Countess

Countries

• Country

• Countryside

• Couple

• Courbet, Gustave (1819-1877)

• Courbet, Juliette (1831-1915)

• Courbet, Zélie (1828-1875)

• Court painter

• Courtauld Institute of Art (London)

• Courtenay, Tom (1937)

• Courtois, Gustave (1853-1923)

• Courtyard

• Coyoacán, DF (Mexico)

CPT = Museo Tesoro Catedralicio (Toledo)

• Cradle

• Craig, Daniel (1968)

• Craiova (Romania)

• Crane, Fred (1918-2008)

• Crans-Montana (Switzerland)

• Crawfordsville, IN (USA)

• Cremona (Italy)

• Crete (Greece)

CRG = Capilla Real (Granada)

Crime

• Cripple

• Croatia

Crocodile

• Croisset (France)

• Croix de guerre 1939-1945

• Cromwell, James (1940)

• Cronyn, Hume (1911-2003)

• Cross, Ben (1947)

• Crouse, Russel (1893-1966)

• Crown

• Crown Dependencies

• Crowning with Thorns

• Croydon (England)

• Crucifixion

• Crucifixion of Jesus

• Cruickshank, Andrew (1907-1988)

• Crutch

• Cuacos de Yuste (España)

Cuba

• Cubism

• Cufflink

• Cuirass

• Cukor, George (1899-1983)

• Cumaean Sibyl

• Cumberbatch, Benedict (1976)

• Cummings, Robert (1910-1990)

Cup

Cupid

• Cupisti, Barbara (1962)

Curl

• Currie, Finlay (1878-1968)

• Curtain

• Curtis, Tony (1925-2010)

• Cusack, Cyril (1910-1993)

• Cusack, Joan (1962)

• Cushion

Customs

• Cymbal

• Cypress

• Cyprus

• Czech Republic

 

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