Giuseppe Angeli (1709-1798) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, known for depicting both genre and religious subjects.
He trained in the studio of Giambattista Piazzetta. By 1741, he was enrolled in the guild of painters. In 1756, he began as an instructor at the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice; in 1772, he became president of the Academy.
He is known for two canvases in the church of San Stae and for fresco murals at the Villa Widmann-Foscari at Mira, near Padua.