List of painters and architects of Venice
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The list of painters and architects of Venice includes notable painters and architects who have a significant connection to the Italian city of Venice. It is not yet a complete list and additional contributions are welcome.
- Antonio Abbondi (d. 1542) an architect
- Jacopo Amigoni (1682–1752) a painter, started career in Venice
- Giuseppe Angeli (1712–1798) a painter
- Giovanni da Asola (16th century)
- Niccolò Bambini (1651–1736) a painter
- Marco Basaiti (c. 1470 – 1530) a painter, rival to Giovanni Bellini
- Pietro Baseggio (14th century) architect and sculptor
- Francesco Bassano the Younger (1549–1592) a painter, eldest son of Jacopo Bassano
- Jacopo Bassano (1510–1592) a painter
- Leandro da Ponte Bassano (1557–1622) a painter, third son of Jacopo Bassano
- Lazzaro Bastiani (1449–1512) a painter, teacher of Vittore Carpaccio
- Gentile Bellini (c. 1429 – 1507) official portrait artist for the Doges of Venice
- Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430 – 1516) a painter, probably the best known of the Bellini family
- Jacopo Bellini (c. 1400 – c. 1470) a painter, father of Gentile and Giovanni Bellini
- Bernardo Bellotto (c. 1721/2-1780) an urban landscape painter and printmaker
- Giuseppe Benoni (1618–1684) an architect
- Eugene de Blaas (1843–1932) a painter in the Academic Classicism school
- Boccaccio Boccaccino (c. 1467 – c. 1525) a painter belonging to the Emilian school
- Camillo Boito (1836–1914) an architect and engineer
- Bartolomeo Bon (d. after 1464) and architect and sculptor
- Giovanni Bon (1355–1443) an architect, father of Bartolomeo Bon
- Paris Bordone (1500–1571) a painter who trained with Titian
- Giuseppe Borsato (1771–1849) a painter
- Mattia Bortoloni (1696–1750) a painter
- Ferruccio Bortoluzzi (1920–2007) a painter
- Ippolito Caffi (1814–1866) a painter of architecture and seascapes
- Filippo Calendario (executed for treason in 1355) architect of the Doges Palace 
- Canaletto (1697–1768) famous painter and printmaker
- Giovanni Candi (?-1506) an architect, designer of the Bovolo House (1499) 
- Domenico Caprioli (1494–1528), painter
- Luca Carlevaris (1663–1730) a painter and engraver
- Vittore Carpaccio (c. 1465-1525/6) a painter who studied under Gentile Bellini
- Giulio Carpioni (1613–1678) a painter and etcher
- Rosalba Carriera (1675–1757) a painter, known for her miniatures and pastels
- Andrea del Castagno (c. 1421 – 1457) a painter who worked briefly in Venice 1442/3
- Bernardino Castelli (1750–1810), painter who did the portrait of Ludovico Manin, the last Doge
- Vincenzo Catena (c. 1470 – 1531) a painter
- Costantino Cedini (1741–1811) a fresco painter 
- Andrea Celesti (1637–1712) Italian painter of the Baroque period, working in Venice
- Vincenzo Chilone (1758–1839) a painter of vedute
- Guglielmo Ciardi (1842–1917) a painter
- Cima da Conegliano (c. 1459 – c. 1517) a painter
- Mauro Codussi (1440–1504) an architect
- Andrea Cominelli designer of the main facade of Palazzo Labia 
- Antonio Contin (1566–1600) designed and built the Bridge of Sighs (1600) 
- Leonardo Corona (1561–1605) a painter, probably a pupil of Titian
- Carlo Crivelli (c. 1435 – c. 1495) a painter, born in Venice
- Vincenzo dalle Destre (bef. 1488 – bef. 1543) a painter 
- Gaspare Diziani (1689–1757) a painter, of paintings and theatre scenery
- Giacomo Favretto (1849–1887) a painter
- Domenico Fetti (c. 1589 – 1623) a painter
- Francesco Fontebasso (1707–1769) a painter, apprenticed to Sebastiano Ricci
- Gian Antonio Fumiani (1645–1710) a painter
- Antonio Gambello (mid-1400s) an architect and sculptor
- Antonio Gaspari (late 1600s) an architect, student of Baldassare Longhena
- Giuseppe Vittore Ghislandi or Fra' Galgario (1655–1743) a painter, trained in Venice
- Michele Giambono (c. 1400 – c. 1462) a painter and mosaic maker
- Giorgione (c. 1477/8–1510) a painter, with Titian founded the Venetian school of Renaissance Painting
- Giovanni d'Alemagna (died 1450) a German painter who worked in Venice
- Guglielmo dei Grigi (c. 1485 – 1550) an architect and sculptor, designed the Palazzo dei Camerlenghi
- Jacopo Guarana (1720–1808) a painter, president of the Academy of Venetian painting
- Francesco Guardi (1712–1793) a painter
- Gianantonio Guardi (1699–1760) a painter, one of the founders of the Venetian Academy
- Guariento (mid-1300s) a Paduan painter, worked on the great council-hall of Venice
- Francesco Hayez (1791–1881) a painter, born and studied in Venice
- Jacobello del Fiore (c. 1370 – 1439) a painter, teacher of Carlo Crivelli
- Cesare Laurenti (1854–1936) a painter, lived in Venice from 1881
- Gregorio Lazzarini (1657–1730) a painter, born in Venice
- Pietro Liberi (1605–1687) a painter, active in Venice after 1643
- Bernardino Licinio (c. 1489 – 1565) painter of Venice and Lombardy
- Pietro Lombardo (1435–1515) architect and sculptor, active in Venice
- Baldassare Longhena (1598–1682) architect, born and worked in Venice
- Pietro Longhi (1701/2–1785) painter, born in Venice
- Lorenzo Veneziano (fl.1356–1372) painter
- Lorenzo Lotto (c.1480–1556/7) painter of the Venetian school.
- Jan Lys (1590 or 1597 – 1629/30) German painter active mainly in Venice
- Francesco Maffei (1605–1660), a painter
- Pietro Malombra (1556–1618), a painter
- Giovanni Mansueti (1465–1527), a painter
- Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506), a major painter, engraver and student of archaeology.
- Michele Marieschi (1710–1744), a painter of landscapes and vedute
- Jacobello Pierpaolo delle Masegne (active c.1380-c.1410) an architect
- Giorgio Massari (1687–1766), an architect
- Sebastiano Mazzoni (1611–1678), a painter
- Andrea Meldolla (c.1510/15-1563), a painter and etcher of Croatian parentage
- Arrigo Meyring (1628–1723), German sculptor, active in Venice
- Michelino da Besozzo (c. 1370 – c. 1455), a painter and manuscript illuminator
- Andrea Michieli (c. 1542 – 1617), a painter
- Bartolomeo Montagna (1450–1523), a painter and architect
- Alessandro Moretto (c. 1498 – 1554), a painter; more commonly known as "Moretto da Brescia"
- Johann Maria Morlaiter (1699–1781), a sculptor
- Andrea Palladio (1508–1580), one of the world's major architects
- Palma the Elder (c. 1480 – 1528), a painter
- Palma the Younger (1548/50-1628), a painter; follower of Tintoretto
- Veneziano Paolo (bef.1333-aft.1358), a painter
- Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini (1675–1741), a decorative painter, best known for his work in England
- Pier Maria Pennacchi (1464-bef.1515), a painter
- Santo Peranda (1566–1638), a painter
- Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (1682–1754), a painter; first Director of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia
- Piero della Francesca (c. 1415 – 1492), a major painter and polymath
- Bonifacio Pitati (1487–1553) a painter; also known as "Bonifazio Veronese"
- Giambattista Pittoni (1687–1767), a painter
- Antonio da Ponte (1512–1595), Swiss-born architect and engineer, best known for rebuilding the Rialto Bridge
- Il Pordenone (c. 1484 – 1539), a painter. His true name was "Giovanni Antonio de' Sacchis"
- Giuseppe Porta (1520–1575), a painter
- Nicolas Régnier (1591–1667) a Flemish painter who worked and died in Venice.
- Pietro Ricchi (1606–1675), a painter
- Marco Ricci (1676–1730), a painter who worked in England with Pellegrini (see above)
- Sebastiano Ricci (1659–1734), a painter who also worked in London, Paris, Florence and Turin.
- Nicola Roccatagliata (1593–1636), a sculptor
- Girolamo Romani (c. 1485 – c. 1566), a painter
- Johann Rottenhammer (1564–1625), a German painter who worked in Venice from 1595-1606; known for his cabinet paintings.
- Michele Sanmicheli (1484–1559), a major architect and urban planner
- Jacopo Sansovino (1486–1570), a sculptor and chief architect for the Procurators of San Marco
- Girolamo da Santacroce (c.1480/85-c.1556), a painter
- Carlo Saraceni (1579–1620), a painter, who spent most of his working life in Rome
- Girolamo Savoldo (c.1480/85-aft.1548), a painter
- Giovanni Scalfurotto (c. 1700 – 1764), an architect
- Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548–1616), an architect; author of The Idea of a Universal Architecture
- Sebastiano del Piombo (c. 1485 – 1547), true name "Sebastiano Luciani", a painter who became an assistant to Pope Clement VII (keeper of the leaden seal, hence "Piombo", which means "lead")
- Gian Antonio Selva (1751–1819), an architect
- Bernardo Strozzi (c. 1581 – 1644), a painter
- Tommaso Temanza (1705–1789), an architect and writer of biographies
- Giambattista Tiepolo (1696–1770), a major painter and printmaker who also worked in Germany and Spain
- Giandomenico Tiepolo (1727–1804), a painter and printmaker; son of the above
- Domenico Tintoretto (1560–1635), a painter: son of the below
- Jacopo Tintoretto (1518–1594), one of the world's major painters
- Andrea Tirali (1657–1737), an architect
- Titian (c.1488/90-1576), true name "Tiziano Vecelli"; one of the world's major painters
- Alessandro Varotari (1588–1649), commonly known as "Padovanino", a painter
- Antonio Vassilacchi (1556–1629), a painter of Greek parentage who is known for his decorations in the Doge's Palace
- Pietro della Vecchia (1603–1678), true name "Pietro Muttoni", a painter
- Paolo Veronese (1528–1588), one of the world's major painters. known for scenes from history and mythology
- Andrea del Verrocchio (c. 1435 – 1488), true name "Andrea di Michele di Francesco de' Cioni", a major painter, sculptor and goldsmith
- Antonio Visentini (1688–1782), an architectural designer, painter and engraver
- Alessandro Vittoria (1525–1608), a major sculptor
- Alvise Vivarini (c.1442/53-c.1503/05), a painter
- Antonio Vivarini (fl.1440-1480), a painter, father of the above
- Bartolomeo Vivarini (c. 1432 – c. 1499), a painter, brother of Antonio
- Antonio Zanchi (1631–1722), a painter
- Giuseppe Zais (1709–1784), a painter
- Francesco Zuccarelli (1702–1788), a painter; native to Bologna, he served as President of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia and later lived in Florence
- Federico Zuccari (c.1540/41-1609), a painter; he spent much of his working life in Rome and abroad.
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- Palazzo Labia, Venice Sights. Retrieved 2011-11-27.
- The Bridge of Sighs, GoItaly. Retrieved 2011-11-27.
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- Gambello, Antonio di Marco, Encyclopaedia.com (citing A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture). Retrieved 2011-12-23.
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