Giuseppe Calì (August 14, 1846 – March 1, 1930) was a Maltese painter, born in Valletta of Neapolitan parents and educated at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Naples under Giuseppe Mancinelli. He was a prolific artist: almost every church of any consequence in Malta boasts a work of his, and according to one of his grandsons, was nicknamed ix-xitan tal-pinzell ("the Devil with the brush"). He died in Valletta and was commemorated by the Republic of Malta with a series of four postage stamps in 1996, and a coin in 2004. His son Ramiro Calì was also a painter.
Death of Dragut (oil on canvas, 1867), widely considered his best work, now in the Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta
St Jerome and St Lawrence altarpieces (oil on canvas, 1881), Sacro Cuor parish church, Sliema.
Virgin of the Rosary (his first work), and Prophets, and episodes from the life of Christ in the parish church of Mosta.
St. Dominic altarpiece, parish church of Porto Salvo, Valletta
portraits of the merchant Agostino Cassar Torregini and of Judge Carbone
Nativity of Jesus Christ - Luqa Parish Church
Saint Dominic - Luqa Parish Church
Saint Michael - Luqa Parish Church
Sacred Heart of Jesus (destroyed during World War II) - Luqa Parish Church
Our Lady of the Rosary - Luqa Parish Church
Saint Paul and Saint Catherine V.M. - Luqa Parish Church
Apotheosis of St. Francis, church of S. Francesco, Valletta.
The Sacred Heart of Jesus, Fontana parish church, Fontana, Gozo
The Assumption of Mary, Qrendi church
St. Lawrence Martyr, San Lawrenz parish, Gozo
Main apse, minor chapel apse and St. Joseph, St. Helen Basilica, Birkirkara
The Four Seasons - four putti in the entrance hall of the Alhambra - the Hispanic-Moorish terraced house (one of the two similarly styled houses) in Rudolph Street, Sliema. Houses were designed by the Maltese architect Emanuele Luigi Galizia (1830-1906).