Alberto Chiancone (1904–1988) was an Italian painter. Born in Porto Santo Stefano in Tuscany, he moved to Naples when he was an adolescent. He enrolled at the Regio Istituto d’Arte, working under Lionello Balestrieri. He earned a diploma in Decorative Painting and Graphic Arts in 1923. In the same year, he also won an award at the Mostra Internazionale di Arti Decorative Biennale of Monza. He collaborated with a group of artists calling themselves the Gruppo degli Ostinati (Group of Obstinates); including Balestrieri, Franco Girosi, Giovanni Brancaccio, Eugenio Viti, and Francesco Galante, meeting at the Caffè Tripoli at Piazza del Plebiscito. In 1929, he participated in the first Fascist Union’s Show of Campania and at the International Exposition of Barcelona. He exhibited regularly at the Venice Biennial from 1930 to 1948.