D

 

• D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts (Springfield)

• D’Avalos d’Aquino, Alfonso (1502-1546)

Dada

• Daedalus

• Dagger

• Dalí, Salvador (1904-1989)

• Dalí Museum (St. Petersburg)

• Dallas, TX (USA)

• Dallas Museum of Art (Dallas)

• Dalmatic

• Dame

DAMFA = D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts (Springfield)

• Damian (St.)

• Damned

• Danaë

• Danbury, CT (USA)

Dance

• Dancer

Dancers

• Daniels, William (1927)

• Danube

Daphne

• Darjeeling (India)

• Darmstadt (Germany)

• Darrieux, Danielle (1917)

• Daughter

• Davenport, IA (USA)

• David

• David di Donatello

• Davis, Bette (1908-1989)

• Davis, Desmond (1926)

• Dawson, Anthony (1916-1992)

• Dax (France)

• Day

• Day, Doris (1924)

DBE (Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire)

• De Carlo, Yvonne (1922-2007)

• De Havilland, Olivia (1916)

• De Niro, Robert (1943)

• De Palma, Brian (1940)

• De Sica, Vittorio (1901-1974)

Deaf

• Dean, Felicity (1959)

Death

• Death of the Virgin

• Deathbed

• Deauville (France)

• Decapitation

• Decker, Jeremias de (1609-1666)

Dedicated

Deer

Defence

• Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)

• DeKalb, IL (USA)

• Delacroix, Eugène (1798-1863)

• Delerue, Georges (1925-1992)

• Delft (Netherlands)

• Delilah

• Delon, Alain (1935)

Deluge

• DeMille, Cecil B. (1881-1959)

• Dench, Judi (1934)

• Deneuve, Catherine (1943)

• Denial of Saint Peter

• Denmark

• Dentist

• Depardieu, Gérard (1948)

Deposition

• Depression

• Deputies

Deputy

• Derain, André (1880-1954)

• Derchigny (France)

• Derek, John (1926-1998)

• Dern, Bruce (1936)

• Desboutin, Marcellin (1823-1902)

• Descent from the Cross

Desert

Designer

• Designers

Destruction

• Detroit, MI (USA)

• Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit)

• Devane, William (1937)

Development

Devil

Devon (England)

• Devonshire Collection (Chatsworth House)

Devote

DIA = Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit)

Diabetes

Diadem

Diana

• Dickens, Charles (1812-1870)

• Dickinson, Emily (1830-1886)

• Dido (Carthage)

• Dieppe (France)

• Dietrich, Marlene (1901-1992)

• Dijon (France)

• Dinard (France)

Diplomat

Diplomats

Director

Directors

• Discovery

Dish

• Distinguished Service Cross

• District

• Districts

• Divisionism

DMA = Dallas Museum of Art (Dallas)

DMSP = Dalí Museum (St. Petersburg)

• Dobtcheff, Vernon (1934)

Dock

Dog

Dogana (Venezia)

Doge

Dogi

Doll

• Dominic

• Donahue, Elinor (1937)

• Doncaster (England)

• Doncieux, Camille (1847-1879)

• Donen, Stanley (1924)

• Doni, Agnolo

• Doni, Maddalena

• Donkey

Donor

• Doody, Alison (1966)

• Doomer, Herman (c.1595-1650)

• Dor, Karin (1938)

• Dordogne (France)

• Dordrecht (Netherlands)

• Dorelli, Johnny (1937)

• Doria, Andrea (1466-1560)

• Dorking (England)

• Dorothea of Caesarea

• Dostoyevsky, Fyodor (1821-1881)

• Doublet

• Douglas, Melvyn (1901-1981)

Dove

• Dovizi da Bibbiena, Bernardo (1470-1520)

DPG = Dulwich Picture Gallery (London)

• Dracut, MA (USA)

Dragon

• Drama

• Drapery

• Draughtsman

• Draughtsmen

Dream

• Dresden (Germany)

Dress

Dressmaker

Dressmakers

• Dreyfuss, Richard (1947)

• Drink

• Drogheda (Ireland)

• Drowning

Drum

• Dublin (Ireland)

• Duchamp, Marcel (1887-1968)

• Duchess

• Duchess of Florence

Duck

Duke

• Dukes of Florence

• Dukes of Mantua

• Dulwich (London)

• Dulwich Picture Gallery (London)

• Dunaway, Faye (1941)

• Dunn, Nora (1952)

• Dunne, Philip (1908-1992)

• Duomo (Castelfranco Veneto)

• Duranty, Louis Edmond (1833-1880)

• Durban (South Africa)

• Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528)

• Dürer, Barbara (c. 1451-1514)

• Dürer the Elder, Albrecht (c.1427-c.1502)

• Durieux, Tilla (1880-1971)

Dusk

Dutch

Duval

• Duvall, Robert (1931)

• Dwarf

Dynasty

• Dysart, Richard (1929-2015)

 

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