High figure of the generation of Ticinese artists established in the second half of the twentieth century, born in Locarno in 1930 and raised in Bellinzona, Massimo Cavalli graduated at the Accademia di Brera in Milan in 1954. His activity takes place between the Lombard capital and Ticino.
Father Ambrogio Fumagalli (Cambiago, 6 August 1915 - Bolsena, 8 May 1998) was an Italian religious, painter and sculptor.
"Let us therefore praise the illustrious men, our ancestors by generation. The Lord has profited in them the glory ... Inventors of musical melodies and composers of poetic songs. Strong wealthy men, lived in peace in their homes. All of them were honored by their contemporaries, they were a boon to their times. Some of them left a name, which is still remembered with praise. "(Surah 44: 1-8)
Giancarlo Pozzi was born in 1938 in Castellanza where he still lives and works. He begins to paint very young and does various craftsmanships: carpenter, modeler, fabric designer. In 1961 he entered as a chalkographer in the workshop of the art publisher Giorgio Upiglio, where he has the opportunity to work alongside with internationally renowned artists.
Francesco Radaelli, former Superior General of the Sacred Heart Congregation of Jesus of Betharram, before graduating in architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, attended the Beato Angelico School and the study of Don Ambrogio Fumagalli, Benedictine Olivetan, where he dedicated himself a long time to the study of drawing and painting. It is still in the field of architectural design and design and in collaboration with the Novamosaici Atelier of the Brothers Toniutti of Bollate (MI) in the Musica e Vetraria art industry. He has performed many works in Italy, but also in Switzerland, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Central Africa, Paraguay. His works are located in numerous private collections; at the Vatican Museums you can admire two canvases at the time wanted by the late Archbishop Giovanni Fallani, president of the Pontifical Central Commission for Sacred Art in Italy.