Fede Galicia (ital. Fede Galizia, 1578, Milan — 1630) was an Italian painter.
The daughter of the artist-miniaturist, who studied painting. Died during a plague epidemic.
Already early works of twelve Galicia Lomazzo mentions. She is known for portraits of his contemporaries (portrait of a Milanese historian and poet Paolo Morigi, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan; "the portrait of the doctor", Milan, etc.) and still lifes (from 63 44 her things — still lifes). He also performed a number of altar paintings in the churches of Milan. Her painting developed under the influence of the Lombard Mannerist, the influence of Caravaggio, and she, in turn, influenced the genre of Baroque still life.