Other works include the Saints Astanzio and Antoniano in the church of Vigonzone, a high gypsum relief detailing an episode from the Iliad at the Sforzesco Castle and many sculptures in the cathedral of Milan.
Pagani’s greatest masterpiece was his figure of “Eve after sin” exhibited at the New York Expo in 1853. Being exhibited at the New York Expo gave the artist an honorable mention, placing him among the best sculptors of his period.
After his death, his studies, drawings and models were sent to Claino, but tragically sank on route in Lake Como, as bad weather conditions suck the boat transporting the works. His memory is honoured by a gravestone placed on his paternal home in Claino.