Born in Milan on March 29, 1859, where he died November 2, 1937. Younger brother of Leonardo, from 1875 he attended courses at the Academy of Brera in Milan ?? sculptor Ambrogio Borghi and the sculptor and painter Giuseppe Grandi valgannese. There he meets Leonardo Bistolfi and Gaetano Previati. Faithful follower of bohemian painters, such as Tranquillo Cremona and Daniele Ranzoni, ?? ... had a sense of composition, perhaps closer to that of a painter than a sculptor ... ?? (Lavagnino). It is stated in both the genre sculpture, and in that monumental cemetery, obtaining important commissions, and also the etching pra¬tica monotypic. From 1905 to 1908 is part of the City Council of Milan. In 1892 he exhibited and was awarded a gold medal ?? Genoa; is present at the exhibitions of the Promotion of Fine Arts in Turin since 1906; in 1913 and presents Bedouin-portrait smiling all ?? International Exhibition of Rome, where, in 1915, he exhibited d ?? Water Bearer (proposed in the same year in San Francisco); held in 1917, with his brother Leonardo, his first solo show at Gallery Central d ?? Arte in Milan, presenting, among other works, the bronze-portrait serious; Self-portrait in 1921 exposes and Ketty (bronze statue depicting a dog) in Naples; quest ?? last work has revived the Quadrennial Turin 1923; in 1927 he exhibited The Fort in Florence, where it is often present at the exhibitions of the Society of Fine Arts. Three years after his death, he dedicated a retrospective at the Society for Fine Arts and Permanent Exhibition. Among his works, as well as numerous marble and terracotta in the cemeteries of Milan and Bergamo and in those municipal Pallanza, Cesano Boscone and Gignese and the various portraits, remember: chalk Sordello, with whom he won the prize Luigi Canonica (1881, Milan, Gallery of Modern Art); the marble monument of Garibaldi in Monza (1886); The widow, plaster group linked to social realism, with which obtained in 1888 the prize Principe Umberto (Rome, Gallery of Modern Art), whose transposition marble is rewarded at international exhibitions in Paris (1889) and Monaco of Bavaria (1892) and the national Palermo (1892), where it is purchased by the Ministry of Education; The Foundling (1889); Exhaustion (1894, Dresden, National Gallery), which won the Grand Prix in Paris in 1901; In caravan !, mergers bronze d ?? inspiration orientalist purchased by the Municipality of Milan in 1892 on the occasion of ?? Annual Exhibition of the Society for Fine Arts and Permanent Exhibition of Milan (Milan, Gallery of Modern Art ??); Monument to Felice Cavallotti (1901-1906, Milan, Boschetti); Monument to the Fallen (1922, Cantu); Self-Portrait (1926) and Portrait of brother Leonardo (Milan, Gallery of Modern Art). Are his, also, the Monument to the Fallen of Vigevano, Palazzolo on Oglio ??, ?? Sant Ambrogio Olona, Mariano Comense, Brenta and Brugherio. Many of his works are kept in private collections (Cariplo Foundation) and Italian public (including, in addition to those already mentioned: Piacenza, Gallery of Modern Art Ricci Oddi; Bologna, Modern Art Gallery Modern Art Gallery; Caprese Michelangelo, Museum of Michelangelo; Novara, Gallery of Modern Art) and all ?? abroad.

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