Passion of Christ, Scuola di San Fantin, Aula Magna, Venice
Leonardo Corona (1561–1605) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period, active mainly in Venice. Born in Murano. For the church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, he painted an Annunciation; while for Santo Stefano, he painted an Assumption. For San Giovanni in Bragora he painted a Coronation with Thorns and a Flagellation. He is said to have been a pupil of the elder Titian, and completed some of his canvases after the master's death. His pupils included Santo Peranda and Baldasarre Anna.
- ^ San Giovanni Battista in Bragora (Italian)
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