A stipend from the city of Gandino sponsored his art study. There, he was a pupil of the painter Enrico Scuri. In 1881, he exhibited at Milan: Street Bishop Philastrius.
In 1884 at Turin he exhibited the large canvas depicting Street Francis entering a monastic order.
He exhibited at Milan a canvas depicting young nudes before a white background. In 1887 at Venice, he exhibited Coeci vident.
Among other works: Studi dal vero. Il prediletto della nonna were exhibited at Milan in 1886.
In 1887, he painted a large canvas of San Grata in honor of the priestly jubilee of Pope Leo XIII, which was sent to the Vatican Pinacoteca.
His private life was rather tragic, however. Loverini also painted some portraits, watercolors. and studies of various genres. In 1887 he began a cycle of frescoes depicting the Story of Street Peter for the parish church of Trescore Balneario.
He also frescoed in the Basilica of San Pietro in Ciel d"Oro.
From 1888 and in 1893, he completed five large canvases for the Sanctuary of the Madonna del Rosario of Pompei. In 1893, he became an associate of the Atheneum of Bergamo.
Finally in 1899, he was designated director of the School of Painting of the Accademia Carrara, replacing Cesare Tallone, a post he held till 1926, when he resigned due to ill health. He painted the Il Cantico di frate Sole for the Vatican, and in 1904, Pope Pius X sent it to the London Exposition.