Kaspar Anton von Baroni-Cavalcabo (1682–1759) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period. He was born at Sacco in Tyrol. He was first a pupil of Giovanni Baroni, his relative, and then of Antonio Balestra at Verona. He then went to Venice and next to Rome, where he worked in the studio of Carlo Maratti. He returned to paint many pictures to the churches of Sacco, Trent, and Roveredo. During the greater part of his life he lived in Sacco, where he died. Many of his drawings are in the Library at Innsbruck.