A Roman-school painter, Zingarini was born in Rome on January 30, 1878, and died there on November 5, 1944.

Caralus Durand and Paul Sieffert were his first teachers, introducing him to drawing techniques at the prestigious French Academy, which he attended until 1908.

In 1909, he started attending the Institute of Fine Arts in Rome, particularly the sculpture class at the Union Internationale des Beaux Arts et des Lettres in Paris.

At a young age, he was already showing in prestigious exhibitions with artists the level of Carlo Siviero and Pellizza da Volpedo, such as the International Exhibition of Art in Rome and the Turin Quadrennial.

Looking for quiet and inspiration, he decided to leave Rome to move to the lovely Umbrian town of Amelia, where he painted this beautiful painting.

He created his most important works here, surrounded by the peace of nature.

Many posthumous exhibitions have focused on his work, including in 1951 in Rome, in the Sala della Conchiglia, and in 1945, in his adopted city of Amelia.