5 Art names that mean art for girls, listing Art baby names 1-5. Ivory and Madonna are popular names. Apollonia, Clio and Siena are uncommon names. View Art baby names below for name meanings or search Art names for boys.
Apollonia ... In art she is often portrayed with a pair of tongs and an outsized molar. 
Clio ... and each represents an art or science ... 
Ivory ... "Creamy-white color; hard tusk used for carving fine art and jewellery." 
Madonna ... or a work of art depicting her as a mother ... 
Siena ... known for its art treasures ...  Related words: american, british, dutch, french, italian, roman, scottish, address, alphabet, area, blind, business, field, letter, mystery, occupation, province, symbol, trade, wit, work. Partial list of 15 results related to art below. Click on above related words for more results.
Adah ... Brought into prominence by American actress Adah Isaacs Mencken ...
Chelsea ... Possibly linked with British pop culture of the late 1960s and songs like Joni Mitchell's "Chelsea Morning" ... 
Aafje (Dutch) ...
Abelia ... French feminine form of Abel. 
Abriana ... Italian feminine form of Abraham ... 
Ninon ... Ninon de Lenclos was a 17th-century aristocrat and Parisian belle famous for her wit and beauty. 
Agatha ... Saint Agatha (third century) was a Christian who refused to marry a Roman consul ... 
Aberdeen (Scottish) ...
Martha ... First Lady Martha Washington ... 
Angel ... The influence of the word "angel" makes the name an affectionate term of address for a good (or pretty) little girl ... 
Alpha ... First letter of the Greek alphabet ... 
Caledonia ... Originally the name of the people conquered by the Roman general Agricola in that area around 80 AD ...
Arena ... 19th-century Americans may have named their daughters Arena as homage to Christian martyrs who were killed in the arenas of ancient Rome.
Cecilia ... "Blind; sixth." ... The feminine form is more popular than the male form because of the blind Saint Cecilia (second or third century) virgin martyr known as the patron saint of music ... 
Lydia ... a Christian woman called a "seller of purple" and described as a woman of business, probably affluent ... Comparison of popularity of Art names on this page.