Vermiglio, Giuseppe an Italian painter, was born at Turin in the 17th century. Little is known of him except by his works. Lanzi says of his picture of Daniel in the Lions Den, in the Library della Passione at Milan; that "for correctness of design, beautiful forms, expression highly studied, and colors warm, varied, and lucid, it is one of the most valuable pictures painted at Milan since the time of Gaudenzio Ferrari." He executed with eminent success several other works for the churches at Milan, Mantua, Alessandria and Novara: He enriched the background of his pictures with fine architecture and beautiful landscapes. The latest date known of him is 1675. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.