Tiberio Calcagni (1532–1565) was an Italian sculptor and architect.
He was born in Florence, and accompanied Michelangelo to Rome, and was active about 1570. He completed or attempted to complete a number of his master's works after his death, including his Deposition. Calcagni died young.
Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and Dominican convent in Milan, northern Italy, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The church contains the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, which is in the refectory of the convent.
The Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs is a basilica and titular church in Rome, Italy, built inside the ruined frigidarium of the Roman Baths of Diocletian in the Piazza della Repubblica.
Francesco Solimena was a prolific Italian painter of the Baroque era, one of an established family of painters and draughtsmen.
Giuseppe Recco was an Italian painter in the Baroque style. He specialized in a variety of still-lifes.
Lorenzo Vaccaro was an Italian late-Baroque sculptor. He worked in a formalized restrained style.
Ignazio Collino (1724–1793) was an Italian sculptor, active in the late-Baroque period, mainly in the region of the Piedmont.
Jacopo Zucchi was a Florentine painter of the Mannerist style, active in Florence and Rome.
Giovanni Battista Zelotti was an Italian painter of the late Renaissance, active in Venice and her mainland territories.
Paolo Porpora (1617–1673) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, who was active mainly in Naples and specialized in floral still lifes. He is documented as a pupil of Giacomo Recco, the father of Giuseppe Recco, and said to have worked under Aniello Falcone. He joined the Roman Accademia di San Luca from 1656 to 1658. He appears to have been influenced in Rome by Netherlandish still-life painters. Among his pupils were Giovan Battista Ruoppolo and the Neapolitan Onofrio Loth.
Bartolomeo Nazari was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, mainly active in Venice as a portraitist.
Taddeo Landini was an Italian sculptor and architect of the Mannerist period, active mainly in his native Florence and after 1580, in Rome.
Ottaviano Jannella was an Italian sculptor of the Baroque period.
Francesco da Cotignola, also called Zaganelli, was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Parma and Ravenna.
Benedetto Innocenzo Alfieri was an Italian architect, a representative of the late-Baroque or Rococo style.
Antonio Calcagni is an Italian sculptor of the Renaissance period.
Ottone Calderari was an Italian architect and writer of architectural design.
Prospero Spani was an Italian sculptor of the Renaissance, active mainly in the Province of Reggio Emilia. He is variously known as Prospero Clementi or Prospero Clemente or il Clemente. Vasari claimed he was Modenese.
Matteo Lucchesi (1705–1776) was an Italian architect and Engineer, active mainly in his native Venice.
Gaetano Giulio Zumbo (1656–1701) was an Italian sculptor in wax or wax modeller of the Baroque era. His main talents are not those generally considered as an artistic, but would now be viewed as the creation of scientific models, but they were highly regarded as curiosity pieces in his time. He has also been called an anatomist.