Marco Zoppo was a Bolognese painter who was probaly originally a pupil of Tura, but went, at the age of twenty-one, to work for Squarcione whose adopted son he became in 1455. In the same year he went to Venice and subsequently to Bologna. His style is a slightly softer version of the angular manner of both his masters and may reflect the influence of Giovanni Bellini.
His main works are in Berlin and Bologna (San Clemente), but there are others in London (NG, Courtauld Inst.). Oxford and Washington (NG).