Maria Suppioti Ceroni
Born Maria Suppioti in Vicenza, Ceroni produced portraits and religious and mythological scenes and was active as an engraver as well. Her instructor was Giambettino Cignaroli. She was a member of the Verona Academy and was active in that city as well. She married one Ceroni in 1755. She is the subject of a poem by Giovanni Anastasio Pozzobon.
- Profile in the Dictionary of Pastellists Before 1800.
- Diego Zannandreis; Giuseppe Biadego (1891). Le vite dei pittori, scultori e architetti veronesi. Stabilimento Tipo-Litografico G. Francini. pp. 455–.
- detto Schieson Pozzobon (Giovanni) (1832). Poesie edite ed inedite. Paluello. pp. 1–.
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