Mappemonde terrestre ou Planisphère de Giovanni Mattes Contarini (1506). Moitié orientale comprenant une partie de l'Extrême Orient, Reprod. photogr. en noir (1506)
Francesco Rosselli (1445 - before 1513) was an Italian miniature painter, and important engraver of maps and old master prints. He is described as a cartographer, although his contribution did not include any primary research and was probably limited to engraving, decorating and selling manuscript maps created by others. He created many important maps, including one of the first printed maps of the world to depict the Americas after Christopher Columbus' voyages. The attribution of prints to him is the subject of debate, as different engraving styles are used. This may be the result of different artists in his workshop, or of his and his shop's ability to use different styles.