Domenico Capriolo's Assumption of the Virgin is a painting located in the vestibule of the Annunciation chapel or Malchiostro in Treviso Cathedral. It was commissioned in 1520 and is attributed to Domenico Capriolo. The painting depicts the Virgin Mary being assumed into Heaven, surrounded by angels and saints.
Domenico Capriolo (1494–1528) was an Italian painter born at Treviso in 1494. He produced portraits in the style of Giorgione and was the son-in-law and pupil of Pier Maria Pennacchi. He rose to prominence in the early 16th Century during the High Renaissance.