H

 

• Haamstede (Netherlands)

• Haarlem (Netherlands)

Habit

• Habsburg

• Hadrianus VI, Pope (1459-1523)

Hagar

• Hagen, Anne Marie (1858-?)

• Hagen, Jean (1923-1977)

Hair

Hairstyle

• Halberd

• Hale, Barbara (1922-2017)

• Half-brother

Halo

• Hama, Mie (1943)

• Hamburg (Germany)

• Hamden, CT (USA)

• Hamilton, George (1939)

• Hamilton, Guy (1922-2016)

• Hamilton, Murray (1923-1986)

• Hamilton, TX (USA)

• Hamlin, Harry (1951)

Hammer

• Hammerstein, Oscar II (1895-1960)

• Hammond, Nicholas (1950)

• Hampden, Walter (1879-1955)

• Hampton Court Palace (London)

Hand

• Handkerchief

• Hanks, Tom (1956)

• Hannah

• Harareet, Haya (1931)

• Harbour

• Harding, Warren G., 29th President of the United States (1865-1923)

• Hardwick, Paul (1918-1983)

• Hardwicke, Cedric (1893-1964)

Hare

• Harlequin

Harp

• Harpsichord

• Harris, Barbara (1935)

• Harris, Cassandra (1948-1991)

• Harrisburg, PA (USA)

• Harrison, Benjamin, 23rd President of the United States (1833-1901)

• Harrison, Cathryn (1959)

• Harrison, Rex (1908-1990)

• Harrison, William H., 9th President of the United States (1773-1841)

• Hartford, CT (USA)

Harvest

• Harvester

• Hassam, Childe (1859-1935)

• Hasse, O. E. (1903-1978)

• Hastings (England)

Hat

• Hatfield, Hurd (1917-1998)

• Hauberk

HAUM = Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum (Braunschweig)

• Haute-Saône (France)

• Hautot-sur-Mer (France)

• Havana (Cuba)

• Havers, Nigel (1951)

• Hawkins, Jack (1910-1973)

Hay

• Hayes, Helen (1900-1993)

Haystack

• Haydn, Richard (1905-1985)

• Hayes, Rutherford B., 19th President of the United States (1822-1893)

HCGF = Hyde Collection (Glens Falls)

• Head

• Headdress

• Headland

• Healdsburg, CA (USA)

Heart

• Heart Failure

• Heaven

Hebe

• Hébuterne, Jeanne (1898-1920)

• Hedison, David (1927)

• Hedren, Tippi (1930)

• Heflin, Van (1908-1971)

Helen

Helen (St.)

• Helena, MT (USA)

Hell

• Helmet

• Helmore, Tom (1904-1995)

• Helsinki (Finland)

• Hely-Hutchinson, Richard, 1st Earl of Donoughmore (1756-1825)

• Hemmings, David (1941-2003)

• Henderson, NV (USA)

• Hendrix, Elaine (1970)

• Henri IV, King of France (1553-1610)

• Henriot, Henriette (1857-1944)

• Henriot, Jane (1878-1900)

• Henry, Buck (1930)

• Henry VIII, King of England (1491-1547)

• Hepburn, Audrey (1929-1993)

• Heraklion, Crete (Greece)

• Hercules

• Hermit

• Hermitage (Pontoise)

• Hermitage Museum (Saint Petersburg)

• Heron

• Hérouville-Saint-Clair (France)

• Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum (Braunschweig)

• Hessisches Landesmuseum (Darmstadt)

• Heston, Charlton (1923-2008)

• Hever Castle (England)

• Heywood, Pat (1931)

• High Museum of Art (Atlanta)

• High Renaissance

• Higham (England)

Hill

• Hill, George Roy (1921-2002)

• Hill, Steven (1922)

• Hill, Terence (1939)

• Hiller, Arthur (1923-2016)

• Hiller, Wendy (1912-2003)

Hills

• Hillside, NJ (USA)

• Hippo Regius (Algeria)

• Hispanic Society of America (New York)

• Historical

• Hitchcock, Alfred (1899-1980)

• Hiva Oa (French Polynesia)

HLMD = Hessisches Landesmuseum (Darmstadt)

HMA = High Museum of Art (Atlanta)

Hobby

• Hoboken, NJ (USA)

• Hofdyck

• Hofdyck, Corvina van (1602-1667)

• Hoffman, Dustin (1937)

• Holbein, Hans the Younger (c.1497-1543)

• Holden, William (1918-1981)

• Holloway, Stanley (1890-1982)

• Hollywood Walk of Fame

• Holm, Ian (1931)

• Holofernes

• Holy Family

• Holy Roman Emperors

• Holy Roman Empresses

Holy Sacrament

• Holy Spirit

• Holy Trinity

• Homage

• Homer (fl. 9th or 8th century BC)

• Homesickness

• Honegger, Arthur (1892-1955)

• Honfleur (France)

• Honolulu, HI (USA)

Hood

• Hoover, Herbert, 31st President of the United States (1874-1964)

• Hôpital-Camfrout (France)

Horae

Horace

• Horatius Flaccus, Quintus (65 BC-8 BC)

• Hordern, Michael (1911-1995)

Horn

• Hornell, NY (USA)

• Horse

• Horsewoman

Horst

• Horti Farnesiani (Rome)

• Hoschedé, Ernest (1837-1891)

• Hoschedé, Germaine (1873-1968)

• Hoschedé, Jacques (1869-1941)

• Hoschedé Butler, Marthe (1864-1925)

• Hoschedé Butler, Suzanne (1863-1899)

• Hoschedé Monet, Alice (1844-1911)

• Hoschedé Monet, Blanche (1865-1947)

Hose

Hospital

Hospitals

Host

Hound

• House

Houses

• Houston, TX (USA)

• Howard, Elizabeth (c.1480-1538)

• Howard, Leslie (1893-1943)

• Howard, Sidney (1891-1939)

• Howard, Trevor (1913-1988)

HSA = Hispanic Society of America (New York)

HSTGBH = Bush-Holley House (Cos Cob)

• Huddersfield (England)

• Hudson, Rock (1925-1985)

• Humacao (Puerto Rico)

Human

• Human Condition

Humanist

Humanists

Hungary

• Hungerford (England)

• Hungerford Bridge (London)

• Hunter

Hunting

• Huntington, NY (USA)

• Hussey, Olivia (1951)

• Huston, John (1906-1987)

• Huyton (England)

• Hyde-White, Alex (1959)

• Hyde-White, Wilfrid (1903-1991)

Hylas

• Hypnos

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