Naudi, Angelo an Italian painter of religious subjects, flourished in the 16th century. He was a pupil and imitator of Paul Veronese. Naudi went to Spain, where, according to Palomino, he passed the greater part of his life, and executed many works for the churches at Madrid, which are highly commended by the author above mentioned. He was appointed court-painter by king Philip, in whose service he continued a lohng time. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, 2:610.