Giovanni Andrea de Ferrari

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S. Ugo Canefri, Il miracolo della fonte, painted by Giovanni de Ferrari for the church of S. Giovanni di Prè in Genoa

Giovanni Andrea de Ferrari (1598–1669) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Genoa.


He was a member of the family of Genoese artists, with surnames de Ferrari, which also included Orazio de Ferrari and Gregorio de Ferrari. He collaborated on some projects with Giovanni Andrea Ansaldo. Among his pupils are Giovanni Bernardo Carbone, Sebastiano Cervetto, Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, and Andrea Podesta.

His painting of Abraham and the Three Angels (1660–69) is exhibited by the St Louis Museum of Art.[1]


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  1. ^ Abraham and the Three Angels at St Louis Museum of Art.