P

 

• Pacino, Al (1940)

• Packard, KY (USA)

• Paele, Joris van der (c.1370-1443)

Page

• Page, Geneviève (1927)

• Paget, Debra (1933)

• Paimio (Finland)

• Paimio Sanatorium (Paimio)

• Painter

Painters

• Painting

• Pakistan

Palace

• Palace of Placentia, Greenwich (England)

• Palace of Westminster (London)

• Palace of Whitehall (London)

Palaces

• Palacio Real de Madrid (Madrid)

• Palatine Hill (Rome)

• Palatino (Roma)

• Palazzo Abatellis (Palermo)

• Palazzo degli Alberti (Prato)

• Palazzo di Spagna (Roma)

• Palazzo Grimani (Venezia)

• Palazzo Marin (Venezia)

• Palazzo Monaldeschi (Roma)

• Palazzo Pallavicini Rospigliosi (Roma)

• Palazzo Pitti (Firenze)

• Palazzo Rospigliosi Pallavicini (Roma)

• Palazzo Rosso (Genova)

• Palermo (Italia)

• Palette

• Pallas Athena

• Palm Desert, CA (USA)

• Palm Springs, CA (USA)

• Palm Sunday

• Palma de Mallorca (España)

• Palme d’Or

• Paltrow, Gwyneth (1972)

• Paluzzi, Luciana (1937)

PAM = Pinacoteca Ambrosiana (Milano)

• Panarea, Isole Eolie (Italia)

• Pandanus

• Panther

• Papas, Irene (1926)

Paper

• Parable

Paradise

• Paramount Pictures

Parasol

Parent

• Parfitt, Judy (1935)

Paris (mythology)

• Paris (France)

• Parisienne

Park

• Park Ridge, IL (USA)

• Parker, Eleanor (1922)

• Parkinson’s disease

• Parma (Italia)

• Parrot

• Parry, Natasha (1930-2015)

• Partridge

Party

• Pasadena, CA (USA)

• Pascal, Gabriel (1894-1954)

• Pascual Baylón Yubera, St. (1540-1592)

Pastellist

Pastry

• Pater Patriae

• Paterson, NJ (USA)

• Patmos (Greece)

• Patna (India)

• Patrizi, Stefano (1950)

• Patroni Griffi, Giuseppe (1921-2005)

• Pau (France)

• Paul the Apostle (St.)

• Paula (St.)

• Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese (1780-1825)

• Pavement

• Pavilion

PBM = Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano)

PCIG = Pinacoteca Civica ‘Il Guercino’ (Cento)

PCMF = Pinacoteca Civica (Forlì)

PCW = Phillips Collection (Washington)

PDDPunta della Dogana (Venezia)

PDMM = Neue Pinakothek (Munich)

• Peace

Peach

• Peacock

Pear

• Pearl

• Peasant

• Peck, Gregory (1916-2003)

• Peleas de Arriba (España)

Pendant

• Penitent

• Peony

• People

• Peppard, George (1928-1994)

• Père Lathuille (Paris)

• Pérez del Cerro y García de Cossio, Dolores (1871-1944)

• Pérez Galdós, Benito (1843-1920)

• Perkins, Anthony (1932-1992)

Perseus

• Pescara (Italia)

• Peschiera del Garda (Italia)

• Peter (St.)

• Peter Nolasco (St.)

• Peter the Martyr (St.)

• Peters, Jean (1926-2000)

• Petersburg, VA (USA)

• Petit Palais (Paris)

• Petrarca, Francesco (1304-1374)

• Petrarch (1304-1374)

• Peyron, Jules

• Philadelphia, PA (USA)

• Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia)

• Philanthropist

• Philanthropists

• Philemon

• Philip II, King of Spain (1527-1598)

• Philip IV, King of Spain (1605-1665)

• Philipe, Gérard (1922-1959)

• Philistines

• Phillips, Siân (1933)

• Philologist

• Philologists

• Philosopher

• Philosophers

• Phoenix, AZ (USA)

• Photographer

• Photographers

• Physician

• Physicians

Pianist

Pianists

Piano

• Piazza San Marco (Venezia)

Picador

• Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973)

• Piccoli, Michel (1925)

• Piccolo, Ottavia (1949)

• Pichon, Madame Stephen

• Picnic

• Pierce, Franklin, 14th President of the United States (1804-1869)

• Pierfederici, Antonio (1919-1999)

• Pietà

• Pieve di Cadore (Italia)

Pilgrim

Pillow

• Pinacoteca Ambrosiana (Milano)

• Pinacoteca Civica (Forlì)

• Pinacoteca Civica ‘Il Guercino’ (Cento)

• Pinacoteca di Brera (Milano)

• Pinacoteca Nazionale (Bologna)

• Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo (Brescia)

• Pinacoteca Vaticana (Vaticano)

Pincian Hill (Rome)

• Pincio (Roma)

Pink

• Pio Monte della Misericordia (Napoli)

Pipe

• Pirna (Germany)

• Pisa (Italia)

• Pissarro, Camille (1830-1903)

• Pistol

• Pitcher

• Pittsburgh, PA (USA)

• Place du Forum (Arles)

Plague

Planet

Plate

• Platt, Oliver (1960)

• Platter

Player

• Playwright

• Playwrights

• Pleasantville, NY (USA)

• Pleasence, Donald (1919-1995)

• Pleasure

• Pleshette, Suzanne (1937-2008)

• Plowright, Joan (1929)

• Plum Brandy

Plume

• Plummer, Christopher (1929)

Pluto

• Plympton (England)

PMA = Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia)

PNB = Pinacoteca Nazionale (Bologna)

• Pneumonia

• Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-1849)

Poem

Poet

Poets

• Poggio a Caiano (Italia)

• Point Lobos State Reserve, CA (USA)

Pointe shoe

• Pointillism

Poirot, Hercule

• Pola (Croatia)

• Poland

Polio

Polish

Politician

• Politicians

• Poliziano, Agnolo (1454-1494)

• Polk, James Knox, 11th President of the United States (1795-1849)

• Polyptych

• Pomegranate

Pomona

Pond

• Pont-Aven School

• Pont de Clichy (Asnières-sur-Seine-Clichy)

• Pont de l’Europe (Paris)

• Pont Neuf (Paris)

• Ponti, Carlo (1912-2007)

• Pontius Pilate

• Pontoise (France)

• Pontrhydyfen (Wales)

Pope

Popes

Poplar

Poppy

• Porcel, Isabel Lobo Velasco de

Porch

• Porcia e Brugnera, Count Antonio di (c.1508-)

Port

• Port Arthur, TX (USA)

• Portman, Natalie (1981)

• Porto Ercole (Italia)

Portrait

Ports

• Portsmouth (England)

• Portsmouth, NH (USA)

• Portugal

• Portuguese Monarchs

• Possagno (Italia)

Post office

• Post-Impressionism

Pot

• Potato

• Potiphar

• Potsdam (Germany)

• Pottery

• Pourville (France)

Powder

• Powell, Robert (1944)

• Powers, Stefanie (1942)

PPP = Petit Palais (Paris)

• Praemium Imperiale

• Prague (Czech Republic)

• Prague Castle (Prague)

• Prato (Italia)

• Praxedes (St.)

• Prayer

• Pre-Raphaelites

Predella

• Presentation of Jesus at the Temple

President

• Presidential Citizens Medal

• Presidential Medal of Freedom

Presidents

Presidents of Italy

• Presidents of the United States

• Preston, Robert (1918-1987)

• Price, Vincent (1911-1993)

Priest

• Primitivism

Princess

• Princeton, NJ (USA)

• Prins, Pierre-Ernest (1838-1913)

Printmaker

• Printmakers

Prison

• Private collection

• Prix de Rome

PRM = Palacio Real de Madrid (Madrid)

• Procuress

• Prodigal Son

Producer

Producers

Professor

Professors

• Proietti, Gigi (1940)

• Prophet

• Prophetess

• Proposal

Proserpina

• Prostitute

Protestant

• Proust, Antonin (1832-1905)

• Provence (France)

Proverb

• Providence, RI (USA)

PSMFA = Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow)

Psyche

PTM = Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo (Brescia)

• Puerto Rico

• Pueyrredón, Prilidiano (1823-1870)

Pug

• Puglisi, Aldo (1935)

• Puits Noir

• Pulitzer Prize

• Pullman, Bill (1953)

• Pumpkin

Punishment

• Punta della Dogana (Venezia)

• Purism

• Purple Heart medal

• Pusey (France)

• Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow)

Putto

 

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