A report on Ciro Ferri and Tommaso Redi

Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro (1660–89). Painting by Ciro Ferri (São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo).
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He initially apprenticed with the Florentine painter Anton Domenico Gabbiani (1652–1726), and then moved to Rome to work in the Medici Academy in that city, which employed Carlo Maratti and Ciro Ferri as teachers.

- Tommaso Redi

Among the many pupils and assistants were Ambrogio Besozzi, Camillo Gabrielli, Marziale Carpinoni, Filippo Maria Galetti, Benedetto Luti, Giovanni Battista Marmi, Pietro Montanini, Giuseppe Nasini, Giovanni Odazzi, Tommaso Redi, and Urbano Romanelli.

- Ciro Ferri
Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro (1660–89). Painting by Ciro Ferri (São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo).

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Anton Domenico Gabbiani

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Italian painter and active in a late Baroque style.

Italian painter and active in a late Baroque style.

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Ceiling fresco at Palazzo Medici Riccardi
Three musicians and servant with parrot.

Born in Florence, Gabbiani first apprenticed with the Medici court portrait painter Justus Sustermans, then with the Florentine Vincenzo Dandini; subsequently moved to Rome in 1673, where he studied under the Medici-sponsored Accademia Fiorentina, led by Ciro Ferri and Ercole Ferrata.

His pupils included Giovanna Fratellini, Ignazio Enrico Hugford (also a biographer), Benedetto Luti, Pietro Marchesini of Pistoia, Ranieri del Pace, Giovanni Battista, Tommaso Redi, and his brother Gaetano Gabbiani.