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• Vacationer

Vaccaro, Brenda (1939)

• Vadim, Roger (1928-2000)

Vailima (Samoa)

• Valadon, Suzanne (1865-1938)

Valangin (Switzerland)

• Valencia (España)

Valenciennes (France)

• Valhermeil (Auvers-sur-Oise)

Valladolid (España)

Vallauris (France)

• Vallebona (Italia)

• Valletta (Malta)

Valli, Alida (1921-2006)

• Valli, Romolo (1925-1980)

Valmondois (France)

• Vallone, Raf (1916-2002)

• Valvins (France)

VAM = Victoria and Albert Museum (London)

• Van Buren, Martin, 8th President of the United States (1782-1862)

• Van Druten, John (1901-1957)

Van Dyck, Anthony (1599-1641)

• Van Eyck, Jan (c.1390-1441)

• Van Eyck, Margaret

• Van Gogh, Anna Cornelia (1819-1907)

• Van Gogh, Theo (1857-1891)

• Van Gogh, Vincent (1853-1890)

• Van Gogh, Vincent, Grandfather (1789-1874)

• Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam)

Van Nuys, CA (USA)

Vancouver (Canada)

• Vanderbilt, George Washington II (1862-1914)

Vannes (France)

• Vanves (France)

• Vaprio d’Adda (Italia)

Varengeville-sur-Mer (France)

• Vasari, Giorgio (1511-1574)

Vase

Vasouy (France)

• Vasto (Italia)

• Vatican City

• Vatican Hill (Rome)

Vaticano

Vaughn, Robert (1932-2016)

Vea, César

Vecqueville (France)

Vega, Garcilaso de la (1503-1536)

Vega, Lope de (1562-1635)

Vegetable

• Vegetarian

• Veil

• Velázquez, Diego (1599-1660)

• Velia (Roma)

• Velian Hill (Rome)

Velletri (Italia)

Velyki Sorochyntsi (Ukraine)

• Venetian

• Venetian School

• Venezia (Italia)

• Venice, FL (USA)

• Venosa (Italia)

Ventura, Lino (1919-1987)

Venus

Verginia

• Verlaine, Paul (1844-1896)

• Vermeer, Jan (1632-1675)

• Verne, Jules (1828-1905)

Vernicle

• Vernon, Eure (France)

• Verona (Italia)

Veronese, Paolo (1528-1588)

Veronica (St.)

Verrocchio, Andrea del (1435-1488)

• Versailles (France)

Verucchio (Italia)

Vesoul (France)

• Vespucci, Simonetta (1453-1476)

• Vétheuil (France)

VGH = Vincent van Gogh Huis (Zundert)

VGM = Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam)

• Via Crucis

Viana (España)

• Viareggio (Italia)

Vicchio (Italia)

Vice

Vico, Giambattista (1668-1744)

• Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom (1819-1901)

• Victoria and Albert Museum (London)

Victorian

Victory

• Vidor, Charles (1900-1959)

Vidor, King (1894-1982)

Vienna (Austria)

• Vienna Secession

View

Vigevano (Italia)

• Vigoda, Abe (1921-2016)

Villa

• Villa di Castello (Firenze)

• Villa Il Tasso (Firenze)

• Villa medicea di Poggio a Caiano

• Village

Villanueva de los Infantes (España)

Villarrubia de los Ojos (España)

Villas

• Ville d’Avray (France)

Villeblevin (France)

• Villechaize, Hervé (1943-1993)

• Villeneuve-la-Garenne (France)

Villeneuve-sur-Fère (France)

Villers-Cotterêts (France)

• Viminal Hill (Rome)

• Viminale (Roma)

• Vincent van Gogh Huis (Zundert)

• Vinci (Italia)

Vine

• Vineyard

Vintager

• Viola da gamba

• Violet

• Violin

Violinist

Violinists

• Virgil (70 BC-19 BC)

• Virgin Mary

• Virginal

• Virginia (USA)

Virginia Water (England)

• Virtue

• Visconti, Luchino (1906-1976)

• Viscount

• Viscountess

Vision

• Visitation

Vitebsk (Belarus)

Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava, País Vasco (España)

• Vitti, Monica (1931)

Vives, Peter (1987)

Vladivostok (Russia)

Vlady, Marina (1938)

VMFA = Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond)

VMPC = Villa medicea di Poggio a Caiano

Vollard, Ambroise (1866-1939)

Volos (Greece)

Voltaire (1694-1778)

Volterra (Italia)

Vorobev-Stebelska, Marevna (1892-1984)

Vorobieff, Marie (1892-1984)

• Votive offering

• Voyagis, Yorgo (1945)

• Vukotic, Milena (1935)

• Vulaines-sur-Seine (France)

Vulcan

Vyzhnytsia (Ukraine)

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