Filippo Gagliardi was active/lived in Italy. Filippo Gagliardi is known for large-scale festival scene painting.
Filippo Gagliardi was an artist active in Rome from the early 1630s until his death 1659. A contemporary of Viviano Codazzi, Gagliardi was elected as a principle to the Accademia di San Luca and specialized in the teaching of perspective.
He produced large-scale festival scenes in collaboration with Jan Miel, Filippo Lauri, and Salvatore Castiglione.
Gagliardi's architectural capricci are generally topographical and factual, rather than fanciful.