Caula, Sigismondo a painter of Modena, was born in 1637. He studied under John Boulaniger, and afterwards visited Venice, where he studied the works of Titian and Tintoretto. He painted altar-pieces, and cabinet-pieces for private collections. The best of his large pictures is one of The Plague, in the Church of San Carlo, at Modena. There are works by him dated 1682 and 1694.