Ferri, Ciro (1634-1689)

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Ciro Ferri, Italian painter, was born and died in Rome in 1634-1689. He was a pupil and helper of Pietro da Cortona, and finished the interrupted works of his master: frescoes in Sala di Saturno (Palazzo Puti, Florence, 1659-1665), imitating his style with a great fidelity. Among Ferri's the best works are: Allegorie (Villa Falconieri in Frascati); Gloria del Paradiso (dome of the church Sant'Agnese in Rome).

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