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Anti-Grain Geometry for Python (2 & 3) with Cython

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celiagg provides a simple, stateless canvas object that uses Anti-Grain Geometry 2.4 <svn://> with Cython to render directly into a Numpy array.

A respectably modern C++ compiler is required to build celiagg



pip install celiagg should do the trick.

Building from source with the Freetype font library on macOS requires the pkg-config tool which can be installed via Homebrew, MacPorts, or other macOS package management systems.


  • Numpy
  • Cython (build-time only)
  • Freetype2 (optional)


We encourage contributions to celiagg! If you would like to contribute, just fork the repository on GitHub, make your changes, and issue a pull request.


celiagg started as pyagg ( but was renamed to avoid clashing with PyAgg (

celiagg is a play on Celiac (Anti grain…) and AGG (Anti-Grain Geometry).

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