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Giovanni Carboncino (circa 1638-after 1703) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active between 1680 and 1692 mainly in Venice. He was born in Treviso, and became a pupil of Matteo Ponzone.[1]

He is also described as a imitator of Titian. He painted canvases for the church of San Nicolo in Treviso.[2] He painted for the Duomo of Curzuola and churches in Istria.

One of his works was donated to the church of San Nicola a Tolentino.


References

Tra Veneto, Friuli, Istria e Dalmazia. Giovanni Carboncino, Cavaliere/ Zuanne kavaliere Carboncini, un pittore del Seicento veneziano riscoperto, by Nina Kudis and Damir Tulic,.
Memorie Trevigiane sulle opera del disegno, Volume 2, by Domenico Maria Federici, page 99.

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