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 TO PRESENT THE EXHIBITION OF WORKS

 OF THE ARGENTINE MASTERS

ADOLFO DE FERRARI 

He was born in Buenos Aires in may 9th of  1898.

He studied in National Academy of fine arts and in “Ernesto de la Cárcova” Superior School of Fine Arts.

He made many studied travels to Europe to improve his art knowledge.

From 1928 to 1931 he went to masters ateliers like André Lothe, Othon Friesz and Felipe Carenna.

In 1939 he got a Grant to Studied the Primitive Italians by the National Committee of Fine Arts. He live in Italy many years.

De Ferrari made many tours by cities in Argentine North.

He was Professor in Superior School of fine Arts like “Ernesto de la Carcova” , “Prilidiano Pueyrredón” and drawing teacher in La Plata University.

He was Jury member in National Salon. He made two big ceramics murals to Condor Building.  

 

 

 
 

Adolfo De Ferrari

 
 

Self portrait at 17th. 1915

 

 

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"Magnolias" "Flores con Sandia" "El Zapallo"
Pastel Óleo Óleo
46 x 32 cm. 1978 80 x 60 cm. 1939 70 x 50 cm. 1945
     
"La Maestra" "Las Parvas" "Retrato de O. Wilde"
Óleo Óleo Óleo
80 x 62 cm. 1935 40 x 47 cm. 1955 64 x 46 cm. 1977
     
"La Mesa Redonda" "Suburbio" "Pierrot"
Óleo Óleo Óleo
80 x 55 cm. 1976 50 x 81 cm. 1970 100 x 70 cm. 1978
     
"Torero" "Musico" "Martín Fierro"
Óleo Óleo sobre Madera Óleo
70 x 50 cm. 1977 156 x 76 cm. 1970 70 x 50 cm. 1972
     
"Ilustracion Poema A. Storni" "Estudio" "Estudio Cabezas"
Tinta sobre Carton Tinta Lapiz sobre papel
34 x 20 cm. 1969 1973 34 x 20 cm. 1974
     
"Figura con Mandolina" "Flores" "Boceto"
Óleo Óleo Tempera sobre papel
88 x 58 cm. 1978 70 x 50 cm. 1976 33 x 20 cm. 1970
     
"Violinista" "Camelia" "Ethel"
Óleo Óleo Pastel sobre papel
47 x 37 cm. 1978 85 x 50 cm. 1978 44 x 33 cm. 1965
     
 
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