Antonio Corradini was an Italian Rococo sculptor from Venice. He is best known for his illusory veiled depictions of human body, where the contours of the face and bodies beneath the veil are discernible.
Born in Venice, Corradini spent much of his career as a migrant artist traveling to locations across Europe including Dresden, Prague, and Saint Petersburg to complete commissions. He spent over a decade in Vienna where he was court sculptor for Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor. After a brief stint in Rome, he died in Naples.