Girolamo Donnini (April 18, 1681 – 1743) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, born in the town of Correggio. He was a pupil of the painters Francesco Stringa in Modena, and then of Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole in Bologna, then traveled to Forlì to work with Carlo Cignani.He paints an Annunciation for the high altar in the Turin church of the Annunziata delle Orfanelle and a St. Joseph instructed by the angel for church of the Church of Corpus Domini in Bologna. In Pescia he paints a Visitation for the church of the Salesians. Another painting on the same topic is found in the church of St. Sebastian in Correggio. He paints a St. Antony of Padua for the church of St. Francesco in Rimini. He also paints in the church of the Una dell'Ospedale Maggiore of Bergamo.One of his pupils was Francesco Boni.