For the portico of the Uffizi in 1856, he sculpted the statue of Father Antonio Micheli. In the Florentine exhibition of 1861, he exhibited a bust of Sappho which is still in the Pitti Palace, and the Wounded Amazon which is at the Quirinale. In the Hall of Jupiter at the Pitti Palace, there is one of his masterpieces that the government of Tuscany donated to Vittorio Emanuele II in 1867. In 1870, Consani made the monument to the Marquis Antonio Mazzarosa in Santa Maria Forisportam in Lucca. In 1873, the statue of Antonio Rosmini in Rovereto and the almost-contemporary sarcophagus with the recumbent figure of Countess Matilda in San Giovanni di Lucca. His last works were the statue of the naturalist, Paolo Savi, situated in the cemetery of Pisa, one of Eugene IV in the facade of the cathedral of Florence, and the bust of the architect Emilio De Fabris in the interior of the same cathedral.