In Padua, and later in Milan, where she moved with the family in 1905, she produced numerous painting studies and, a self-taught artist, she developed further by frequenting the studios of Gaetano Previati and Luigi Conconi. In later years she participated in other group exhibitions, including those at the Ca’ Pesaro in Venice, the Famiglia Artistica and the Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente in Milan. She was also sought after as a portraitist and, during the First World War, many of her political caricatures were published in Il Popolo d’Italia.
She also contributed to Louisiana Domenica Illustrata and created fashion plates for the couture house founded by Domenico Ventura.
Adriana Fabbri died in Travedona-Monate (Varese) in 1918. Media related to Adriana Bisi Fabbri at Wikimedia Commons
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In 1914, she became a member of the Nuove Tendenze group and organised a solo exhibition of 51 works at the Milan store of the Enrico Finzi company.