Ferrari, Gaudenzio (1484-1549), a painter of the Milan school, who studied under Giovannone. In 1504 he went to Florence, and came under the influence of Raffaelle. In 1524 he was appointed to execute a fresco of the Crucifixion in the Chapel of Sacro Monte at Varailo in Piedmont, some of the figures of which are modelled in relief. He painted many subjects, most if not all sacred. His Glory of the Anyels is at Saronno, near Milan.