Francesco Torbido (1486–1562) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Verona and Venice. He is also known as il Moro.
He studied in Venice under Giorgione and then went to Verona and married the daughter of Count Zenovello Giusti. He was a pupil of the painter Liberale da Verona, who adopted him as his heir. In Venice, he painted frescoes of the Life of the Virgin and a Transfiguration. He painted a Navity and an Assumption of the Virgin in 1534, which are in the Verona cathedral. Another of his paintings is "Virgin and Child in Glory", which is in the Church of St. Fermo. He also painted several portraits, including two self-portraits. He painted for the Basilica di San Zeno.