Ferro Milone, Cesare

Name: Ferro Milone, Cesare
Gender: Male
Birth: 1880 Torino
Death: 1934 Torino
Description: Born in Turin, Cesare Ferro followed the lessons of the painter Giacomo Grosso, and became his career at Promotrice delle Belle Arti in Turin in 1898. While traveling between Italy and Siam, he created many paintings and portraits in Bangkok, including the decoration of the Royal Palace; in Turin, he tought at Accademia Albertina and focused himself in the production of religious and genre paintings, and portraits (Eraldo Bellini, "Pittori piemontesi dell'Ottocento e del Primo Novecento"). In the occasion of Turin 1911, he was asked to work in the Pavilion of Siam, where he realized the decorative paintings in the main hall.
Structures:  Pavilion of Siam
Places:  Torino