Verona, Maffeo Da
Verona, Maffeo da an Italian painter, was born at Verona in 1576. He studied under Luigi Benfatto, but copied the works and adopted the style of Paul Veronese. Besides painting several works for the churches of his native city and for the Cathedral of Udine, he executed many works for the churches of Venice, among which may be named two altar-pieces, representing the Descent from the Cross and the Resurrection, in the Church of San Marco, and Christ Bearing the Cross and the Crucifixion, in the Chapel of St. Isidore in the same church. He died in 1618. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.