Italian painter Carlo Romagnoli attended the Academy of Fine Arts and the Free School of Nude. He débuted in 1907 exhibiting at the Promoter and most of the important art exhibitions. Romagnoli was invited to join the group “XXV of the Roman Countryside”, a group of painters of the time.
After active participation in the artistic life in Italy and abroad, especially in the 1920s, Romagnoli painted the expulsion from paradise. During World War II he lost his brother Mario Romagnoli, an event which he portrayed in his large painting The Fall into Hell.