- Also known as
primary name: Zenoi, Domenico
other name: Zenoni, Domenico
- individual; printmaker; publisher/printer; Venetian; Italian; Male
- Other dates
- 1560-1580 (fl.)
- Engraver, goldsmith and publisher. Active in Venice and Padua. 15-year privilege granted by the Senate, 5 December 1566 (ASV, Senato Terra, registro 46, f.100r. (124r. new nos) for devotional prints, portraits and maps that he intended to publish. A licence was issued to Zenoi on the same day, by the chiefs of the Council of X (ASV, Capi del Consiglio dei Dieci, Notatorio, Registro 21, f.56v ). A month later, 11 January 1566(67), a second licence with the stipulation that Zenoi required to show each print to the Esecutori contra la bestemmia so that they could check there was no obscenity (ASV., C.C.X.N. reg.21, f.65v). 9 September 1568 fined (with Camocio) by the Esecutori contro la Bestemmia, for obscene prints and sonnets found in Camocio's shop (Pesenti). He probably had partnership agreements with Camocio and with Donato and Ferrando Bertelli.
Maps 1559-1574. Apart from maps, reproductive, devotional and portrait prints. His plates were published by, among others, Camocio, Bolognino Zaltieri, Pierre de Huchin, Donato Bertelli and Ferrando Bertelli.
- M. Bury, 'The Print in Italy 1550-1625', British Museum, London 2001, p.236