Born in Genoa on April 14, 1893, currently living. At the Ligustica Academy he was a pupil of Tullio Quinzio. Serious, studious artist, he mainly devoted himself to etching. He took part in the Exhibitions of the Genoese Promotrice; in 1925 at the Roman Biennale, with the Zampognaro; at the International of Fiume, at the Brera Biennial, at the exhibitions of Decorative Arts in Monza and Paris; in 1927 at the Turin Quadrennial. He was present at the Venice Biennale in 1928; in that of 1930 he participated with two acquatarti, Moses dictating the Law and Moses dying; to that of 1932, with the Vagabond leaving the city, also an etching. Other watercolors by him are in the Civic Gallery of Modern Art in Genoa. He has been repeatedly awarded.