Cristoforo Dall'Acqua (April 1, 1734 – November 10, 1787) was an Italian painter and engraver.
Dall'Acqua was born in Vicenza to a family of noble origins but of modest fortunes. He initially studied under Giovanni Antonio Remondini, a prominent printer in Bassano, originally from Padua, and worked with a number of artists including A. Orio, A. Gabrieli, A. Canals and F. Ricci. Dall'Acqua primarily worked on book illustrations and reproductions of paintings, although he later took commissions painting portraits. He died in Vicenza in 1787 and was buried at the Chiesa di Santa Croce in San Giacomo Maggiore.