His father, Gaspare Diziani, was a prominent rococo artist who painted canvases and decorative frescoes, but Antonio was more strongly influenced by Francesco Zuccarelli and Giuseppe Zais. He was a contemporary of Canaletto. In 1774 he was elected a member of the Painting and Sculpture Academy in Venice.
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