Venezia, Lorenzo Da
Venezia, Lorenzo da a Venetian painter of the 14th century, is commended by Zanetti for his altarpiece in the Church of St. Anthony of Castello, for which he was paid three hundred gold ducats. Lanzi attributes to him a fresco, representing Daniel in the Lion's Den, in the Church of Mezzaratta, near Bologna, which appears to have been completed about 1370. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.