Although I don't think this recommendation is by any means Encyclopedic, I do think it offers a very interesting take on lighting that, coupled with other books, would give you a really valuable perspective.

William Mortensen's Pictorial Lighting.

The book revolves around the use of 2 lights and a background, to create a variety of different effects. He compares the Western world's use of lighting (in painting) to the Eastern world, particularly Japan. How many other books go into a more general aesthetic of pictorial lighting?

Like I said, it's a totally unique take on it!