Francesco Morone (1471 – 16 May 1529) was an Italian painter, active in his native city of Verona in a Renaissance style. He was the son of the Veronese painter Domenico Morone. The art biographer Vasari praised his frescoes (1505-7) for the cupola of the sacristy in Santa Maria in Organo, Verona. He also painted the organ shutters in that church. Paolo Cavazzola was said to have been a pupil, but may have more aptly worked with one of his family members.
- Virgin and Child, Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
- Virgin and Child, National Gallery, London
- Samson and Delilah, Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan
- Frescos at Santa Chiara Church, Verona
- National Gallery
- Zannandreis, Diego (1891). Giuseppe Biadego, ed. Le vite dei pittori, scultori e architetti veronesi. Stabilimento Tipo-Litografico G. Franchini, Verona; Digitized by Googlebooks from University of California copy on Feb 22, 2007. pp. 84–87.
- C. Del Bravo : Sul seguito veronese di A. Mantegna e Francesco Morone in "Paragone" (1962)
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- Samson and Delilah in Museo Poldi-Pezzoli
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