Pozzi, Stefano an Italian painter, born at Rome in the 18th century, studied first under Carlo Maratti and afterwards with Agostino Masucci. Lanzi says he was more noble in his design than Masucci, and more natural and vigorous in his coloring. He acquired considerable distinction, and executed several works for the churches at Rome, one of which, an altar-piece, represents the Death of St. Joseph. In the pontifical palace of Maonte Carallo is a fine picture by him representing St. Gregory. He died in 1768.