Innocenzo di Pietro Francucci da Imola (c. 1494 – c. 1550) was an Italian painter and draftsman born in Imola and died in Bologna. Innocenzo probably went to Florence and studied for some time under the direction of Mariotto Albertinelli and Gaspare Sacchi. He was asked by Count Giovanni Battista Bentivoglio to live in Bologna, where he created most of his work.
His earliest known works include The Virgin and Child with Saints Sebastian, Roch, Cosmas and Damian was signed and dated in 1515. The Virgin and Child with Saints John, Apollinaris and Catherine and a Bishop, signed and dated in 1516. This second painting is in Cásola Valsenio, near Bologna.
During his life he produced a series of religious frescoes and altarpieces. He was strongly influenced by Raphael. He trained artists such as Francesco Primaticcio and Prospero Fontana. The Church of Santa Maria Dei Servi in Bologna has interior paintings by da Imola.