Ca. 1599, Florence - 1660, Pistoia
Artist, engraver and architect of the Baroque period. He studied at many artists of his time: Aurelio Lomi, Matteo Rosselli, Jacopo da Empoli, Cristofano Allori and Giulio Parigi. In 1624–1632 he worked in Rome. After a short stay in Venice he returned to Florence. He created paintings and frescoes for churches and monasteries in Florence, Rome, and Pistoia. Better known as engraver. His engravings are mostly made from the originals of Correggio. "Marriage in Cana of Galilei" from the original of P. Veronese is considered the best of his prints.