L

 

• La Baule-Escoublac (France)

• La Bruyère, Jean de (1645-1696)

• La Crau (France)

• La Gandara, Antonio de (1861-1917)

• La Grenouillère

• La Habana (Cuba)

• La Maddalena (Italia)

• La Rochelle (France)

• La Spezia (Italia)

• La Tour-de-Peilz (Switzerland)

• Labourer

• Lacaux, Romaine

Lace

• Lacemaker

LACMA = Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles)

Ladder

• Ladispoli (Italia)

Lady

• Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England and Ireland (1537-1554)

LAG = Laing Art Gallery (Newcastle upon Tyne)

• Lahore (Pakistan)

• Laing Art Gallery (Newcastle upon Tyne)

• Lairesse, Gérard de (1641-1711)

Lake

• Lake Starnberg (Germany)

• Lamarr, Hedy (1914-2000)

• Lamb

• Lamb of God

• Lament

• Lamentation of Christ

• Lamp

• Lancaster, Burt (1913-1994)

• Lanchester, Elsa (1902-1986)

• Landau, Martin (1928)

• Landis, Jessie Royce (1896-1972)

Lanscape

• Landunvez (France)

• Lannoy, Baudouin de (1388-1474)

• Lansbury, Angela (1925)

• Laon (France)

Lapith

• Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (España)

• Last Judgement

• Last Supper

• Latham, Louise (1922)

Lattice

Laugh

• Laughton, Charles (1899-1962)

• Laundress

Laura

Laurel

• Laurencin, Marie (1883-1956)

• Laurens, Marie-Octavie-Stéphanie (1838-1920)

• Laurent, Méry (1849-1900)

• Laurie, Piper (1932)

• Lausanne (Switzerland)

• Lavacourt (France)

• Laval, Mayenne (France)

• Lawrence (St.)

• Lawson, Wilfrid (1900-1966)

• Lawyer

• Lazarus of Bethany

• Le Cateau-Cambrésis (France)

• Le Kremlin-Bicêtre (France)

• Le Mesnil-Théribus (France)

Le Midi (France)

Leaf

• Lean, David (1908-1991)

• Leary, Denis (1957)

• Lebanon

• Lee, Anna (1913-2004)

• Lee, Bernard (1908-1981)

• Lee, Christopher (1922-2015)

• Leeds (England)

• Leenhoff, Suzanne (1830-1906)

• Leeuw, Jan de (1401-after 1456)

• Leeuwarden (Netherlands)

Leg

• Léger, Fernand (1881-1955)

Légion d’honneur

• Legrand, Marguerite (?-1879)

• Legros, Alphonse (1837-1911)

• Lehman, Ernest (1915-2005)

• Leiden (Netherlands)

• Leigh, Vivien (1913-1967)

• Leipzig (Germany)

• Lejosne, Valentine Thérèse

• Lemmon, Jack (1925-2001)

Lemon

• Lemonnier, Marguerite-Louise (1848-1904)

• Lenox, MA (USA)

• Lent

• Lenya, Lotte (1898-1981)

• Leo X, Pope (1475-1521)

• Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

• Leone d’oro

• Leonese Monarchs

• Leopard

• Lerner, Alan Jay (1918-1986)

• Les Collettes (Cagnes-sur-Mer)

• Lessines (Belgium)

Lesson

• L’Estaque (France)

• Lester, Mark (1958)

Letter

• Leukemia

• Lev Tolstoy (Russia)

• Lewis, Cecil (1898-1997)

Liberal Arts

• Liberalis of Treviso (St.)

• Liberec (Czech Republic)

• Liberty

• Librarian

• Libraries

Library

Librettist

Librettists

• Liège (Belgium)

Life

Light

• Lighthouse

Lilac

• Lily

• Limassol (Cyprus)

• Lime burner

• Limes House and Forecourt Piers (London)

• Limoges (France)

• Lincoln, Abraham, 16th President of the United States (1809-1865)

• Lindsay, Howard (1889-1968)

Lion

• Liozna (Belarus)

• Lipscomb, W. P. (1887-1958)

• Lisboa (Portugal)

• Lithograph

• Lithographer

• Lithographers

Little

• Liverpool (England)

• Livorno (Italia)

• Lizard

• Llanelli (Wales)

• Llewelyn, Desmond (1914-1999)

• Lo Bianco, Tony (1936)

• Lobkowicz Palace Museum at Prague Castle (Prague)

• Lobster

• Loewe, Frederick (1901-1988)

Loge

• Loggia

• Lohan, Lindsay (1986)

• Loing

Loire

• Lola de Valence

• Lom, Herbert (1917-2012)

• Lombard, Carole (1908-1942)

• Lombardia (Italia)

• London (Canada)

• London (England)

• London Bridge (London)

• Long Island, NY (USA)

• Longboat Key, FL (USA)

• Longdon, Terence (1922-2011)

• Lonsdale, Michael (1931)

• López, Nini

• Lord, Jack (1920-1998)

• Lord Privy Seal

• Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports

• Lordship Lane (London)

• Loredan, Leonardo (1436-1521)

• Loren, Sophia (1934)

• Lorenzi, Lorenzo de’ (c. 1459-1502)

• Lorenzo I de’ Medici, Signore di Firenze (1449-1492)

• Lorenzo il Magnifico (1449-1492)

• Loreto (Italia)

• Lorne, Marion (1883-1968)

• Los Angeles, CA (USA)

• Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles)

• Loti, Pierre (1850-1923)

Lotus

• Lou Gehrig’s disease

• Loue

• Louis IX, King of France, St. (1214-1270)

• Louis of Toulouse (St.)

Louisiana (USA)

• Louisville, KY (USA)

• Louveciennes (France)

• Love

Lover

• Lowell, Carey (1961)

• Lowell, MA (USA)

• Loy, Myrna (1905-1993)

LPMPC = Lobkowicz Palace Museum at Prague Castle (Prague)

• Lualdi, Antonella (1931)

• Lübeck (Germany)

• Lucasz, Philips (?-1641)

• Lucca (Italia)

• Lucretia

• Lucy (St.)

• Ludwig II, King of Bavaria (1845-1886)

• Luke the Evangelist (St.)

• Luleå (Sweden)

• Lumet, Sidney (1924-2011)

• Lunch

• Lunette

Lung cancer

• Lung disease

• Lute

• Luti, Margherita

• Luxury

• Luzarches (France)

• Lycomedes

• Lye (England)

• Lymphoma

• Lyon (France)

• Lyre

• Lyricist

• Lyricists

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