Ambrogio Besozzi (1648–1706) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born in Milan where his first training was with Gioseffo Danedi, il Montalto. He is also known as Giovanni Ambrogio Besozzi. Assisted Ciro Ferri in Rome with work in quadratura and decoration. He returned to Milan, then Turin. He is buried in the church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro in Milan. He also painted for churches of Turin and Parma. He etched two plates: Portrait of Correggio and Apotheosis of a Princess in which the portrait was by Giovanni Battista Bonacina, the other part of the plate by Besozzi; after Cesare Fiori. He died at Milan.