Giulio Mazzoni (1525–1618) was an Italian painter and stuccoist, active during the Renaissance period. He was born in Piacenza, but studied in Rome under Daniele da Volterra, and was active about the year 1568. He helped decorate the Palazzo Spada. He also painted a canvas of the Four Evangelists for the Cathedral of Piacenza.
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