|Covid-19|Giuseppe Zannoni Wikipedia
Giuseppe Zannoni (1849 - 1903) was an Italian painter.
Born at Verona, He studied at the Cignaroli Academy of Verona, receiving prizes at local exhibitions from 1865-1871. He traveled to Milan with his cousin, the sculptor Ugo Zannoni, and enrolled in the Brera Academy, where he was a pupil of Giuseppe Bertini. He exhibited in 1877 at Naples, the painting: Marc Anthony reveals the bloody cloak of Caesar to the Roman people; and in 1891 at Milan, with three genre paintings: Arrivo degli sposi; Trastulli e ammonizioni; Cacciatore e volpe. In 1884 at Rome he exhibited: Stanchezza; Vendemmia; Scorciatoia; Manca l ' acqua alle cascine; Lungo il Torrente di Val di Muggio, and Genio in erba. Among other works Il piasto; L'ozio ingannato (1874); La favorita, and La preghiera. In 1887 at Venice he exhibited: Sentinella; In assenza della nonna; Studi in cucina; Nella stalla; Prima neve and Buon giorno. In 1891, he sent to the Brera exhibition: Luna di miele and Al mercato.
He also painted in various churches, mainly inside Verona, but including fresoces for the church of the Filippini in Verona, where in 1890, he painted a Sacred Heart and Saints and an Assumption of Mary for the church of Santa Maria alla Porta, Milan. He died from a fall from a scaffold on May 28, at Monteforte d'Alpone, ten days after beginning to paint the Trinity fresco at the apse of the local parish church.