Andy Warhol's pop-culture sensibility -- and his bright paintings of cultural icons from Marilyn Monroe to Campbell's soup cans -- have earned him a spot as one of the 20th century's most popular artists. More daring baby-namers may give their child his last name, Warhol. Read more about Andy
The parents of famed photographer Ansel Adams gave him a German name that means "protected" -- and it's a perfect choice for babies of either sex.
The French name Auguste (meaning August) was most famously associated with the sculptor Rodin -- the artist responsible for the iconic sculpture The Thinker. Read more about Auguste
Odds are, you had one of Claude Monet's dappled Impressionist landscapes hanging in your college dorm. He's the most popular of the Impressionists. Read more about Claude
Edgar Degas's elegant paintings and sculptures of ballerinas and racehorses earned him a place among the masters. Read more about Edgar
French Impressionist Edouard Manet crafted masterworks such as Luncheon on the Grass and Olympia. Read more about Edouard
Edvard, the Scandinavian variation of Edward, was the moniker for Edvard Munch, a Norwegian painter and printmaker best known for his work The Scream. Read more about Edvard
If you're a fan of the Old West, you probably know Frederic Remington's work, which features cowboys and other iconic images from the rough-and-tumble era. Read more about Frederic
You'll find two famous Henris amongst the finest artists in the world: Henri Matisse was a French artist who used vibrant color in his art, and Henri Rousseau was a French painter in the Postimpressionist movement. Read more about Henri
American realist painter Edward Hopper is most famous for his painting Nighthawks, portraying a group of people in a late-night diner. Hopper was also the name Sean Penn and Robin Wright chose for their son. It's a less common name (not in the top 1,000), but a great choice if you want an alternative to Hunter, Sawyer, and Cooper.