Marco Boschini (1602 - 1681) was an Italian baroque period painter, engraver, art dealer, and writer active in Venice. Boschini was born in Venice and educated at Palma il Giovane. While Boschini's paintings are today well known, at the time he was primarily an art dealer whose clients included Cardinal Leopoldo de'Medici. In cartographic circles, he is best known for his work on Crete, including a book at least 3 significant maps, all of which were derived from the manuscript maps of Francesco Basilicata.