Born in Crespellano (Bologna) on March 5, 1853, died in Turin on November 8, 1925. He treated both landscape and interiors, and exhibited in Italy and abroad: in Turin, in 1880, Sulla strada di Monteveglie; in Rome, in 1883, Surroundings of Belluno; in Turin, in 1884, Sul fine dell'estate; in Bologna, in 1888, Campagna bolognese, purchased by Umberto I. In the same year, at the Palermo exhibition, he was awarded a gold medal for his painting Pietra del paragone. Other paintings by him were purchased by the Royal House, including the canvas Among the colors. A work by him can be found in the Gallery of Modern Art in Bologna. He treated the scenography valiantly, and painted the scenes of the Teatro Regio in Turin for many years.