Born in Milan on March 6, 1850, died in the same city January 16, 1930. At the Academy of Brera, where he trained under the guidance of Giuseppe Bertini, was awarded numerous medals; in 1877 he won the competition Fumagalli with a historical picture, usually his favorite along with the landscape painting. Proves also an excellent skill ?? watercolorist and engraving, activities that reveal influences from derivategli ?? friend Tranquillo Cremona and Luigi Conconi. Participated in important exhibitions: in 1880 in Turin (Interview of Clement VII with Charles V against Florence), in 1881 in Milan (A snowfall), in 1883 in Milan (A baptism and two portraits) and Rome (Inside of San Marco ; Circus romanus, Tranquillo Cremona on his deathbed; October; Sunset), in 1886 in Milan (watercolors), in 1888 in Monaco of Bavaria, arousing some interest in the foreign press. He exhibited several times to permanent Milan and Turin and the Venice Biennale (Portrait and Amor maternal). Several works are in the collections of Gal¬leria d ?? Modern Art in Milan, including L ?? Stop Fra Girolamo Savonarola (1881), gift of the artist himself, a portrait of Tranquillo Cremona (1877) and Tranquillo Cremona on the bed death (1878), both on display at the exhibition celebrating Tranquillo Cremona and Lombard artists of his time (Pavia 1938), a series of twelve watercolors on paper with little figures of minstrels and ladies, characteristic of the repertoire of the followers of Cremona, where shows his gentle mood for colorist, generally more controlled and sincere in the landscapes. Also performs some etchings, unsigned, in a way that is between that of Luigi Conconi and that the sculptor Giuseppe Grandi, and some miniatures, one of which, depicting a head girl (now in the collection of Turri Milan), is exposed to Permanente in Milan in 1908.