Filippo Zaniberti (1585–1636) was an Italian painter of the late Mannerist period. He was born in Brescia and active in Venice, where he became a pupil of Santo Peranda. Zaniberti's style recalls the richeness of Paolo Veronese. He painted a Mannah in the desert for the main altarpiece of the church of Santa Maria Nuova of Venice.
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