Nuvolone, Panfilo a Cremonese painter, flourished, according to Zaist, about 1608. He studied under Cav. Gio. Battista Trotti, called II Malosso, and was among the ablest disciples of that master. Lanzi says he afterwards followed a more solid and attractive style. Among his principal works is one in the monastery of Sts. Domenico and Lazarus; and the Assunption of the Virgin, in the church of La Passione.