Artists and art museums

Artists and art museums, a list of famous artists



Landseer, Sir Edwin Henry

Landseer Edwin (Henry) Landseer. The Wallace Collection
Sir Edwin Landseer. Tate Gallery
Sir Edwin Landseer. The Courtauld Institute
Sir Edwin Landseer. The Royal Academy of Arts
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer. VictoriaWeb
Sir Edwin Landseer. Olga’s Gallery
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer. The Detroit Institute of Arts
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer. Liverpool Museums
Sir Edwin Landseer. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Largilliere, Nicholas de

Nicolas de Largilliere. Le Louvre
Nicholas Largillière, Nicholas de. Artworks by Lagrillerie in art museums.
Nicholas de Largillière. WebMuseum

de Laszlo, Philip

The de Laszlo Archive Trust
Philip de Laszlo. National Portrait Gallery biographical profile and links to images.
Philip de László Catalogue Raisonné online.
Articles on de Laszlo from a website dedicated to John Singer Sargent.
Philip de Laszlo. Wikipedia entry.
Portait of a neglected painter: an article in The Guardian.
Philip Alexius de Laszlo. JSS Gallery

Laurencin, Marie

Marie Laurencin. Art museums displaying works by Marie Laurencin.
Musee Marie Laurencin, Tokyo.
Marie Laurencin. MOMA
Marie Laurencin. Artnet

Lawrence, Jacob

The Jacob Lawrence Project
Jacob Lawrence. The Whitney Museum of American Art
Jacob Lawrence. Wikipedia entry.
Jacob Lawrence. MOMA
Jacob Lawrence Hirshshorn Gallery

Lawrence, Sir Thomas

Sir Thomas Lawrence. The National Portrait Gallery
Sir Thomas Lawrence Online
Sir Thomas Lawrence. The Yale Gallery
Sir Thomas Lawrence. The Hermitage Museum
Sir Thomas Lawrence. The Victoria and Albert Museum
Sir Thomas Lawrence. Wikipedia entry.
Sir Thomas Lawrence. The Web Gallery of Art
Sir Thomas Lawrence. The Royal Academy

Lear, Edward

Edward Lear, Tate Gallery, London
Edward Lear Homepage. Edward Lear’s Nonsense Poetry and Art
Edward Lear. Harvard University Library
Houghton Library Edward Lear collection,The Lear Vizualization Project

Lefevre, Robert-Jacques

Lefevre, Robert-Jacques-Francois. Olga’s Gallery

Le Breton

Constant Le Breton, a dedicated website.
Constant Le Breton, La Rue Visconti

Léger, Fernand

Fernand Leger. Art museums displaying work by Fernand Leger.
Fernand Leger. Guggenheim Museum
Fernand Leger. Art Contemporain
Fernand Leger. Artchive Gallery
Fernand Leger. MOMA
Fernand Leger.Tate Gallery
Fernand Leger. Réunion des Musées Nationaux, France.
Fernand Léger. Wikipédia entry.

Leighton, Lord Frederic

Lord Frederic Leighton. National Gallery, London.
Lord Frederic Leighton. Works by Lord Leighton in art museums.

Lempicka, Tamara de

Tamara de Lempicka image gallery.
Tamara de Lempicka. The Athenaeum
Tamara de Lempicka. Wikipedia entry.

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci. The Leonardo da Vinci Page

LeWitt, Sol

Sol LeWitt. MOMA
Sol LeWitt. Brooke Alexander Gallery
Sol LeWitt. Crwown Point Press
Sol LeWitt. Lisson Gallery
Sol LeWitt. Pace Gallery
Sol LeWitt. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Walldrawing # 801. Bonnefantenmuseum 
Sol LeWitt Prints Catalogue Raisonné 1947 – 2006
Sol LeWitt, Wikipedia entry.
Sol LeWitt. The New York Times

Lewis, Wyndam

Wyndam Lewis. Tate Gallery Collection
Wyndam Lewis. Art museums displaying the works of Wyndam Lewis.
Wyndam Lewis. Wikipedia entry.
The Wyndham Lewis Society
Wyndam Lewis. Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

van Leyden, Lucas

van Leyden, Lucas ( Lucas Hugensz or Jacobsz). Work by van Leyden in art museums.
Lucas van Leyden. Rijksmuseum

Lichtenstein, Roy

The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation
Roy Lichtenstein. Art museums displaying works by Roy Lichtenstein.
Roy Lichtenstein. Guggenheim Collection
Roy Lichtenstein. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Roy Lichtenstein. Artchive Gallery

Linnell, John

The John Linnell archive at The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge.
Linnell, John. John Linnell. Museums displaying works by John Linnell. Artcyclopedia
John Linnell. Tate Gallery
John Linnell. National Portrait Gallery, London.
John Linnell. The  Courtauld Institute
John Linnell. The Victoria and Albert Museum
John Linnell. Wikimedia Commons online image gallery.
John Linnell. Wikipedia entry.

Lippi, Fra Filippo

Fra Flippo Lippi artworks held in art museums. Artcyclopedia
Fra Filippo Room, Uffizi Gallery, Florence.
Fra Filippo Lippi. National Gallery, London.
Fra Filippo Lippi. National Gallery of Art
Fra Filippo Lippi. The Fitzwilliam Museum
Fra Filippo Lippi, Wikipedia entry.
Fra Filippo Lippi website, an online gallery.

Loeb, Damian

Loeb, Damian. Damian Loeb’s Unofficial Website.

Long, Richard

Long, Richard. The Richard Long homepage. Images and texts.
Richard Long. Works by Richard Long in art museums.
Richard Long Newsletter. An information point for Richard Long’s recent and current exhibitions, for his publications and for his other activities.

Longhi, Pietro

Pietro Longhi. Ca’Rezzonico, Venice, and other galleries. The Google Art Project
Pietro Longhi. An image gallery at WikiArt.
Pietro Longhi. The National Gallery, London
Pietro Longhi. The Web Gallery of Art

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio

Lorenzetti, Ambrogio. Vatican galleries, Rome. 

Lorenzetti, Pietro

Pietro Lorenzetti. Uffizi, Florence.
Pietro Lorenzetti. Louvre, Paris.
Pietro Lorenzetti. Olga’s Gallery

Lorrain, Claude

Claude Lorrain. Works by Lorrain on display in art museums.
Claude Lorrain. Louvre, Paris.
Claude Lorrain. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Claude Lorrain. The National Gallery, London
Claude Lorrain. WebMuseum
Claude Lorrain. Wikipedia
Claude Lorrain. Web Gallery of Art
Claude Lorrain ‘The Complete Works’
Claude Lorrain. The Hermitage Museum
Claude Lorrain. The British Museum. Study of an Oak Tree, a drawing.

Lotto, Lorenzo

Lorenzo Lotto. Olga’s Gallery
Lorenzo Lotto. National Gallery, London
Lorenzo Lotto. Getty Museum
Lorenzo Lotto. A virtual tour at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Lorenzo Lotto. Web Gallery of Art
Lorenzo Lotto. Artworks on display in art museums.

Lye, Len

Lye, Len. The Len Lye Foundation, New Zealand.
Len Lye. Wikipedia entry.
Len Lye. Rainbow Dance. YouTube
Len Lye. IMDB
Len Lye. British Film Institute
Biography, work listings and more
Len Lye. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Len Lye’s Wind Wand