Giuseppe Dallamano
Giuseppe Dallamano (1679–1758) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period. Born in Modena, he was active in painting quadratura in Turin.
Giovanni Battista Caccioli
Giovanni Battista Caccioli (November 28, 1623 – November 25, 1675) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.Caccioli was born in Budrio and trained in Bologna under Domenico Maria Canuti and influ...
Agostino Mitelli
Agostino Mitelli (March 16, 1609 – August 2, 1660) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period and best known as a fresco painter of quadratura or illusionistic perspectival architectural frameworks....
Domenico Ambrogi
Domenico Ambrogi (c. 1600-after 1678) was an Italian painter from Bologna of the 17th century, also called Menichino or Menghino del Brizio, after a master. Mainly known as a decorator of quadratura. ...
Alberto Carlieri
Alberto Carlieri (1672-after 1720) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period. He was born at Rome, where he was first a pupil of Giuseppe Marchi, but afterwards of Andrea Pozzo. He excelled in...
Baldassare Bianchi
Baldassare Bianchi (Bologna, 1612–1679) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.
He was first a pupil of Giovanni Paderna, but after Paderna's death, he trained with Agostino Mitelli, the pre...
Lorenzo del Moro
Lorenzo del Moro (1677-1735) was an Italian painter of the Rococo period, active mainly in his native Florence, and painting mainly quadratura.He trained and later often worked with his cousin, Rinald...
Mauro Aldrovandini
Mauro Aldrovandini (1649–1680) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. While he was most active in Bologna, and some claim he was native to the city, others claim he was born in Rovigo. He mai...
Bartolomeo Bassi
Bartolomeo Bassi (early 1600s-1640s) was an Italian painter active in the early-Baroque period, mainly in his hometown of Genoa. He was a disciple of Giovanni Andrea Ansaldo, and painted quadratura. D...
Fra Simone da Carnuli
Fra Simone da Carnuli was an Italian painter. He was a Franciscan monk of Genoa. He painted several pictures for his convent, two of which, representing the Last Supper and Preaching of St. Anthony, a...
Rinaldo Botti
Rinaldo Botti (Florence, 1658 – Florence, March 31, 1740) was an Italian painter active in the Baroque period. He was a pupil of Jacopo Chiavistelli, and specialized in quadratura. He collaborated wit...
Pier Francesco Battistelli
Pier Francesco Battistelli (17th century) was an Italian painter active in the early-Baroque period, mainly in his hometown of Bologna as well as Parma. He painted quadratura.
Cesare Baglioni
Cesare Baglioni (c. 1525–1590) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period. He trained under his father, then became renowned as a painter of quadratura. He painted in Parma and Rome. He be...
Giuseppe Antonio Landi
Giuseppe Antonio Landi (30 October 1713 – 22 June 1791) was an 18th-century Italian neoclassical architect and painter of quadratura.Landi was born in Bologna. He was a pupil of Ferdinando Gall...
Giovanni Maria Cerva
Giovanni Maria Cerva was a 17th-century Italian painter of the Baroque period, active in quadratura in the city of Bologna. Also named il Bagnolino. He was a pupil of Menichino. He was active in 1640....
Francesco Veau
Francesco Veau (1727–1768) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was a painter of quadratura and was born at Pavia.
Marcantonio Chiarini
Marcantonio Chiarini (c. 1652–1730) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period. Born near Bologna, he trained with Francesco Quaino and Domenico Santi. He painted scenography for plays as well ...
Jacopo Chiavistelli
Jacopo Chiavistelli (1618 or 1621 – 27 April 1698) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in his native city of Florence. He trained with Fabrizio Boschi and Michelangelo Colonn...
Antonio Agrote
Antonio Agrote was an Italian architectural or quadratura painter, flourished about 1750. He painted one of the chapels of the Carmelite church at Milan, and the decorations of the church of Santa Mar...
Giuseppe Natali
Giuseppe Natali (1652–1722) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Cremona and Lombardy.
He was born in Casalmaggiore, near Cremona. He was the son of a Giovanni Battista N...
Gerolamo Mengozzi Colonna
Gerolamo Mengozzi Colonna (1688 – Venice, 27 October 1774) was an Italian painter, mostly of frescoed quadratura.
Born in Ferrara, Gerolamo was a pupil of the painters of architectural perspective...
Giovanni Paderna
Giovanni Paderna (17th century) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.He trained with Girolamo Curti, became an accomplished imitator of Agostino Mitelli, the pre-eminent quadratura painter fro...
Illusionistic ceiling painting
Illusionistic ceiling painting, which includes the techniques of perspective di sotto in sù and quadratura, is the tradition in Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo art in which trompe l'oeil, perspective ...
Giacomo Torelli
Giacomo Torelli (1 September 1608 – 17 June 1678) was an Italian stage designer, engineer, and architect. His work in stage design, particularly his designs of machinery for creating spectacular scen...
Tommaso Sandrino
Tommaso Sandrino (1575-c. 1630) was an Italian painter of quadratura painter of the late-Renaissance period, active in Brescia.
He was active in quadratura and in architecture. In 1615, he helped...
Ottavio Viviani
Ottavio Viviani (c. 1579-c. 1641) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.Viviani was born in Brescia. He was initially a pupil of Tommaso Sandrino. He painted for the royal palace of Monaco and ...
Pietro Capelli
Pietro Capelli (died 1734) was an Italian painter of the Rococo, active in his native city of Naples. He trained under Francesco Solimena. He was active in quadratura, but also painted canvases with l...
Cristoforo Rosa
Cristoforo Rosa (?? in Brescia – 1576 in Brescia) was an Italian painter of quadratura (illusionistic ceiling painting) of the Renaissance period.In 1569, with his brother Stefano, Rosa painted...