Born in Milan on January 26, 1861, died there on October 31, 1932. From a family in which art was a tradition, he was a pupil of Giuseppe Bertini at the Brera Academy, and from a young age, with a successful Interior of the Cathedral, he gave measure of his possibilities, and began an activity, which lasted for over fifty years, all aimed at illustrating the most characteristic aspects of old Milan, according to the artistic canons of that era to which Ferrari remained faithful, with sincerity and simplicity. In the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan there are seventeen works by him, among which notable are the Interior of the Church of Sant'Antonio in Milan, exhibited at the First Quadrennial of Turin in 1902, and the Courtyard of the ex-convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. Other works: Rain in Autumn and Della Guerra di Fiandra, which appeared at the Milan Exposition in 1906, on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Sempione Pass; A street in Milan conserved in the "Paolo and Adele Giannoni" Modern Art Gallery in Novara; L'aperta vita industrious, exhibited at the Venice International in 1912.


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