Giuseppe Zannoni (Verona, 1849 - Monteforte d'Alpone, Province of Verona, 1903) was an Italian painter.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 exhibits in 1877 at Naples, the painting: Marc Anthony reveals the bloody cloak of Caesar to the Roman people; and in 1891 at Milan, 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 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, ten days after beginning to paint the Trinity fresco at the apse of the parish church of Monteforte d’Alpone.