Cesare Peverelli (Milan, 1922 - Paris, 2000) began his artistic career in 1939 when he attended the Brera Academy of Fine Arts and was a pupil of Achille Funi and Carlo Carrà. Through Ennio Morlotti, he came into contact with the Corrente group, preferring however to the chromatic lighting of the neo-cubism the tonalism of Giorgio Morandi. He tied himself to the Argine Numero magazine and was in 1946 among the signatories of the Oltre Guernica poster. In 1947, at the Italian art exhibition today. Turin Prize, he won the Grosso Award, met Cesare Pavese and began to collaborate with the Einaudi publishing house, and produced the cover of La nausea by Jean Paul Sartre (1948).