Guglielmo

Caccia

Artistic period 1601 to 1650

Nationality

Italian

Birth

1568 (Montabone)

Death

1625 (Moncalvo)

Biography

Guglielmo Caccia, called Il Moncalvo, (* 9 May 1568 in Montabone; † 1625 in Moncalvo) was an Italian painter of the late Renaissance.

After his education in Milan, he lived mainly in Pavia, where he was also granted citizenship. He was mainly active as a painter of altarpieces throughout northern Italy. Among his most famous works are the multiplication of bread, the Deposition of Christ from the Cross and the Annunciation to Mary.