Riccio, Domenico, a painter of the Venetian school, was born at Verona in 1494. After receiving the instructions of Giolfino, he went to Venice to study the works of Giorgione and Titian. He decorated the ducal palace at Mantua, and at Verona left many celebrated frescos. He died in 1567. Among his works are Conversion of St. Paul: — Marriage of St. Catharine: — Resurrection of Lazarus: — The Samaritan, and The Resurrection of Christ. See Ridolfi, Vite degli Illustri Pittori Veneti; Bennasuti, Guida di Verona.