Feragutti-Visconti Adolfo, 1850 – 1924

An Italian painter and graphic artist. Born in Pura, Switzerland. He studied in Milan, Florence, Rome and Venice. In 1877 he began an active exhibition activity. In the early 1890s he created a series of frescoes devoted to the trips of C. Columbus for the villa of Crespi in Milan. Basing on this series he later produced colour lithographs that...

An Italian painter and graphic artist. Born in Pura, Switzerland. He studied in Milan, Florence, Rome and Venice. In 1877 he began an active exhibition activity. In the early 1890s he created a series of frescoes devoted to the trips of C. Columbus for the villa of Crespi in Milan. Basing on this series he later produced colour lithographs that brought fame to the author at the Italian-American Exhibition in Genoa (1892). He made a long trip to Tierra del Fuego ("Land of Fire") from where he brought many exotic landscapes. Participant of Munich Secession (1896). His personal exhibitions took place in Bern (1890), Berlin (1896), Monaco and Paris (1910). Author of landscapes, portraits, still lives and genre compositions. His works are presented in the Museum of Arts in Lugano, in the Art Museums of Milan, Venice, Genoa, Munich, etc.

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