Francisco Preciado de la Vega (1713–1789) was a Spanish painter, active mainly in Italy. He was born in Seville and initially trained with Domingo Martinez, but he visited Rome in 1733, where he entered the school of Sebastiano Conca. He painted some pictures in Rome, including a Holy Family for the church of the Forty Saints. He was appointed painter to the camera of King Ferdinand VI and director of the Spanish Academy at Rome. He lived most of his life at Rome, where he died.