Born in Milan on May 6, 1857, died at Monza on 11 October 1931. He was a pupil of his father Paul, a talented professor of drawing, and Hayez Brera Academy, also reflecting the influence of Moses Bianchi, his uncle. In 1881 he had his first success with Spring and, reflecting the influence of Moses Bianchi, his uncle, after an initial period of the framework of genre, produced with great success landscapes, taking part in all the manifestations of art in Milan, Rome, Turin, Palermo, Genoa, Florence, Verona, Venice, Paris, London, Monaco, Barcelona, Berlin, Nice, Buenos Aires. Then followed his landscapes reproducing mostly the picturesque beauty of the park of Monza: Bosco summer, now in the National Gallery of Rome; Stillness in the valley and the lake, purchased by Umberto I and Last winter, bought by Vittorio Emanuele III; Bosco, the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan; where are also Winter and Rain; Landscape in the collection Turri of Milan; Carpini, in the gallery of Brunswick; Christmas Eve; Amar heats; The irrigation ditch; Good heart; loneliness; Winter evening; Towards the night; Back from the pasture; Dead leaves, now owned by the family Cambiaghi of Monza, with whom in 1910 he won the Prince Umberto. Was awarded at the Paris Exposition of 1889 and in Barcelona in 1892. In 1909, struck in the street by a childhood toy, had to be deprived of one eye, and then, despite the misfortune, with new vigor continued his rise in the art for which he lived, proving worthy of the glorious artistic traditions of his family. He was a member of the Italian etchers and engravers. Run on copper, etching, some views of Milan, and lived always in Monza.