Remigio Cantagallina (c. 1582–1656) was an Italian etcher active in the Baroque period. He was born in Sansepolcro, formerly Borgo Santo Sepolcro, in the province of Arezzo. He is best known for his etchings of landscapes and religious subjects, influenced by Paul Bril. He was likely a pupil of the fellow-Florentine Giulio Parigi and Jacopo Ligozzi. In 1612–13 he traveled through the Dutch Republic, the Southern Netherlands, and France, which he documented in detailed drawings in pen and wash of buildings, houses, and cityscapes, complete with persons engaged at work or play in the foreground. His eye caught both the courtly celebrations and the peasant world. He produced detailed views of Brussels and Siena. Jacques Callot was reputed to be a pupil of Cantagallina, before the former moved

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  • Remigio Cantagallina (Borgo Santo Sepolcro, 1582 ou 1583 – Florence, 1656) est un peintre et un graveur italien. (fr)
  • Remigio Cantagallina (c. 1582–1656) was an Italian etcher active in the Baroque period. He was born in Sansepolcro, formerly Borgo Santo Sepolcro, in the province of Arezzo. He is best known for his etchings of landscapes and religious subjects, influenced by Paul Bril. He was likely a pupil of the fellow-Florentine Giulio Parigi and Jacopo Ligozzi. In 1612–13 he traveled through the Dutch Republic, the Southern Netherlands, and France, which he documented in detailed drawings in pen and wash of buildings, houses, and cityscapes, complete with persons engaged at work or play in the foreground. His eye caught both the courtly celebrations and the peasant world. He produced detailed views of Brussels and Siena. Jacques Callot was reputed to be a pupil of Cantagallina, before the former moved to Rome to work with Antonio Tempesta. He also likely tutored Stefano della Bella. After 1648, he tutored in drawing the scientist and nature observer Francesco Redi. The engraver Niccolo Angeli was also his pupil. He painted a Last Supper (1604) for the church of San Bartolomeo (now in Museo Civico) of Sansepolcro; aiding him in this painting was a relative, said to be a brother, Antonio Cantagallina (b. 1616), who distinguished himself as architect in his hometown and Livorno. Another relative, Gianfrancesco (Giovanni Francesco), was also an architect. He died at Florence. Among his plates are landscapes, theatrical decorations, and triumphal entries: two landscapes; one with a bridge, the other with buildings; both dated 1603; Immaculate Conception after Callot; A set of four landscapes (1609); A further set of six landscapes; A set of twelve landscapes and an octagon marked with his initials; a set of six landscapes with his cipher (1624); A set of plates of the Scenes of an Opera after Giulio Parigi; and a set of plates, called the Palazzo della Fame(1608). (en)
  • Remigio Cantagallina (Borgo Sansepolcro, ca. 1582 – Florence, 1656) was een Italiaans tekenaar en etser. In 1612-13 maakte hij een productieve reis naar de Nederlanden. (nl)
  • Ремиджо Кантагаллина (ок. 1582—1656) — итальянский гравёр эпохи барокко. Родился в Сансеполькро, Ареццо. Более всего известен как автор гравюр пейзажей и картин на религиозные сюжеты, вдохновлёнными, вероятно, работами Поля Бриля, а также своих учителей Джулио Париджи и Джакопо Лигоцци. В 1612—1613 годах путешествовал по Нидерландской республике, Южным Нидерландам и Франции, рисуя дома и городские виды и изображая на переднем плане их жителей; многие его гравюры посвящены Брюсселю и Сиене, особенное внимание уделено праздникам и крестьянскому быту. Впоследствии имел множество учеников. Его кисти принадлежит «Тайная вечеря» (1604) в церкви Сан-Бартоломео (в настоящее время в городском музее) в Сансеполькро. Исполнил также множество гравюр пейзажей, театральных декораций, триумфальных выездов. Самые известные работы: «Morte di S. Francesco» (1605), серия гравюр «Palazzo della Fame» (1608), «Fiera dell’Impruneta» (1615), «Veduta di Badia Prataglia» (1616), «Paesaggio con due viandanti» (1635), «Cascinale» (1641). (ru)
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  • Remigio Cantagallina (Borgo Santo Sepolcro, 1582 ou 1583 – Florence, 1656) est un peintre et un graveur italien. (fr)
  • Remigio Cantagallina (Borgo Sansepolcro, ca. 1582 – Florence, 1656) was een Italiaans tekenaar en etser. In 1612-13 maakte hij een productieve reis naar de Nederlanden. (nl)
  • Remigio Cantagallina (c. 1582–1656) was an Italian etcher active in the Baroque period. He was born in Sansepolcro, formerly Borgo Santo Sepolcro, in the province of Arezzo. He is best known for his etchings of landscapes and religious subjects, influenced by Paul Bril. He was likely a pupil of the fellow-Florentine Giulio Parigi and Jacopo Ligozzi. In 1612–13 he traveled through the Dutch Republic, the Southern Netherlands, and France, which he documented in detailed drawings in pen and wash of buildings, houses, and cityscapes, complete with persons engaged at work or play in the foreground. His eye caught both the courtly celebrations and the peasant world. He produced detailed views of Brussels and Siena. Jacques Callot was reputed to be a pupil of Cantagallina, before the former moved (en)
  • Ремиджо Кантагаллина (ок. 1582—1656) — итальянский гравёр эпохи барокко. Родился в Сансеполькро, Ареццо. Более всего известен как автор гравюр пейзажей и картин на религиозные сюжеты, вдохновлёнными, вероятно, работами Поля Бриля, а также своих учителей Джулио Париджи и Джакопо Лигоцци. В 1612—1613 годах путешествовал по Нидерландской республике, Южным Нидерландам и Франции, рисуя дома и городские виды и изображая на переднем плане их жителей; многие его гравюры посвящены Брюсселю и Сиене, особенное внимание уделено праздникам и крестьянскому быту. Впоследствии имел множество учеников. (ru)
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  • Кантагаллина, Ремиджио (ru)
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