Born in Naples on 6 March 1861, Vivente. Impressionist, he followed Dal-bono's school and advice; his paintings have a fine and luminous coloring. He skillfully portrayed landscapes and seascapes. In 1887 he exhibited at the Promoter of Naples Passe partout and in 1888 and '89 he presented Marina di Capri and Toledo with the square. Other works by him: La Piazza del Carmine in Naples, exhibited in Milan in 1877; Strada di Amalfi, bought by King Umberto; Sad Hours, bought by the Emperor of Russia. In 1900 he exhibited Impressions of Naples in Berlin; in 1901, in Venice, Landscape. He also exhibited in Paris (1903-1904), London, Monaco, Buenos Aires, etc. In Rome in 1893 one of his works was awarded a gold medal.