CAMPI Antonio (b. 1523, Cremona, d. 1587, Cremona) Nationality : Italian
The Campi were a family of Italian painters in Cremona in the 16th century. Antonio Campi (Cavaliere Antonio) was the second son of Galeazzo. His initial works remain close to the style of his brother Giulio, and that of Camillo Boccaccino. His graphic works exhibit influences from Parmigianino and Emilian sculpture. In 1560 he abandoned collaboration with his brother Giulio and began to develop more independently. He had probably contacts with Peterzano in the last decade, whose Reformist style he approached.