Giovanni Battista Scultori (1503 – 1575), also Giovanni Battista Mantovano or Mantuana, was an Italian painter, sculptor and engraver.
Scultori was born in Mantua. He was a pupil of Giulio Romano, and supported himself through work in the Palazzo del Te. Most of what we know of him is through his 20 or so engravings that have survived. His son Adamo Scultori and daughter Diana Scultori also became engravers. Scultori died in Mantua in 1575.