Domenico Campagnola (born in Venice around 1500; died in Padua in 1564) was trained as a draughtsman and engraver by his adoptive father (?) Giulio Campagnola. His first graphics date from 1517. Shortly after 1520, he moved to Padua, where he worked mainly as a painter. His idealised landscape drawings - at one time frequently thought to be works by Titian - were widely circulated.