Remigio Cantagallina

Dimensions: 11,5 x 16,5 cm
Frame: yes 

Remigio Cantagallina: Said to be a pupil of Giulio Parigi, Remigio Cantagallina produced his earliest known works, a series of landscape etchings, in 1603. Relatively little is known of his life and career, which was spent mostly in Florence, although a trip to Flanders between 1611 and 1613 is documented by a number of drawings in a sketchbook today in the Musée Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels.
Described by Filippo Baldinucci as 'famous for his landscape drawings in pen' ('celebre in disegnar paesi a penna'), Cantagallina was particularly influenced by the work of such Northern artists as Paul Bril. He was, in turn, to be an important influence on the later generation of landscape draughtsmen working in Florence

2 500,00 €