Marzio Masturzo (17th century) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active near his natal city of Naples. He was a pupil of Paolo Greco, then, along with Salvatore Rosa, a fellow-pupil of Aniello Falcone. Like Falcone, he often painted battle scenes. He appears to have joined during the Masaniello revolt, a loose fraternity of artists called the Compagnia della morte involved in the rebellion.
- Minieri-Riccio, Camillo (1844). Memorie storiche degli scrittori nati nel regno di Napoli. Tipografia dell'Aquila di V. Puzziello, Chiostro di San Tomasso d'Aquino, Naples; Digitized by Googlebooks April 18, 2006. pp. 209–210.
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