Antonio Francesco Lucini (1610 - c. 1661) was an Italian engraver and printmaker, best known for his work engraving Sir Robert Dudley's Dell’Arcano del Mare. Born in Florence, Lucini studied etching under Stefano della Bella and Jacques Callot. Lucini worked on a series of engravings entitled Disegni della guerra, aside dell’armata turchesca all’Isola di Malta l’anno MDXLV published in Bologna in 1631. By far his most famous work is Dudley’s Dell’Arcano del Mare, which he stated took 12 years to engrave and required over 5,000 pounds of copper to produce the plates.