Antonio Zanchi

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Antonio Zanchi
Antonio Zanchi La Virgen se aparece a las víctimas de la peste det 1666 Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venecia.jpg
Virgin appears to victims of the Plague (1666)
Born 1631
Este, Italy
Died 1722
Nationality Venetian
Education Francesco Ruschi
Known for Painting
Notable work Plague of Venice
Movement Baroque

Antonio Zanchi (Italian pronunciation: [anˈtɔːnjo dˈdzaŋki], 6 December 1631 – 12 April 1722) was an Italian painter of the Baroque, active mainly in Venice, but his prolific works can also be seen in Padua, Treviso, Rovigo, Verona, Vicenza, Loreto, Brescia, Milan, and Bergamo, as well as Bavaria.

He was born in Este and trained with Francesco Ruschi.[1] His masterpieces were the canvas on the Plague of Venice painted for the Scuola di San Rocco and the ceiling on the Crowning of the Virgin Mary with St. Girolamo Miani (1703) in the Patriarchal Seminary of Venice, next to the Church of Santa Maria della Salute. He also painted a number of canvases for the Venetian church of Santa Maria del Giglio. Among his pupils were Francesco Trevisani and Antonio Molinari.


  • Alexander Taking the Body of Darius (1660), Palazzo Albrizzi, Venice
  • Abraham Teaches Astrology to the Egyptians (1665), Santa Maria del Giglio, Venice
  • Martyr of Saint Julian (1674), St. Julian (San Guiliano), Venice
  • Crowning of the Virgin Mary with St. Girolamo Miani (1703), Patriarchal Seminary of Venice
  • Canvasses at the Santa Maria del Giglio church
  • Samson and Deliliah
  • Allegory of Time
  • Joseph Interprets Dreams, attributed work
  • Isaac Blesses Jacob
  • David and Goliath
  • Universal Law, Scuola di San Fantin, Venice
  • Mary Magdalene (110 x 90 cm), Musel del Prado, Madrid


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