Girolamo Ticciati (1676–1744) was an Italian sculptor and architect.
In 1708 he moved to Vienna, where he became a sculptor and architect to the imperial court. He later returned to Florence, where he had great influence over intellectual life. He was a member of Florence's La Colombaria; a society carrying out historical, philological and scientific studies.
In Sotheby's 2010 'The Winter Collection', Ticciati's terracotta piece 'Relief with the Adoration of the Magi' was auctioned and sold at £87,5000. The catalogue states Ticciati is 'emerging as a defined personality' in the continuing reassessment of sculpture from the late Baroque period.
The Ticciati family has continued to be associated with the arts; the pianist and composer Francesco Ticciati (1893–1949), composer and arranger Niso Ticciati (1924–1972) and in the present day: the designer Giovanna Ticciati, the violinist Hugo Ticciati and his brother the conductor Robin Ticciati.
- Tomb of Galileo Galilei (Santa Croce, Florence along with Vincenzo Foggini
- Fra 'Giovanni da Salerno (1735), cloister of Santa Maria Novella, Florence
- Arcangelo Raffaello and San Giovanni di Dio, at the di soccorrere un povero (1738), Ospedale di San Giovanni di Dio, Florence
- Gloria di San Giovanni Battista , Baptistery of St. John the Baptist, preserved in the Museo dell’Opera del Dumomo
- Architettura, Palazzo Rinuccini, Florence
- San Pietro, San Piero a Sieve
- Verità, Victoria and Albert Museum
- "Girolamo Ticciati (1671–1744), Italian, Florence, first half 18th century, Relief with the Adoration of the Magi", Sotheby's, 10 December 2015. Retrieved 8 March 2017.