Pasquali, Filippo an Italian painter, was a native of Forli, and flourished in the second half of the 17th century. He studied under Carlo Cignani at Bologna, and afterwards associated himself with Marc Antonio Franceschini, in conjunction with whom he painted manly works at Bologna, Rimini, and other places, in which he executed the ornamental parts. Some of his earlier works are to be seen in the portico of the Serviti at Bologna. Lanzi highly commends his altar-piece in the church of S. Vittore at Ravenna, which he executed alone at a more advanced age. He is supposed to have died about 1690. — Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, 2:657.