Southern Sculptor, born in Naples in August of 1845, an honorary professor of the Academy of Fine Arts where he made his first studies, a professor of the Academy of Milan and Genoa, Knight of the Crown of Italy, was one of the most original and brave sculptors that claims our homeland. Finalized in Rome, he returned to Naples in 1876 and modeled after a statue, “Salvator Rosa”, who gave the Institute of Fine Arts in Naples, took a group of two figures entitled “Parasites” for the subject, and for the wonderful modeling deserved a prize at Naples in 1876, and was purchased by the Royal Family for Villa di Capodimonte. At the Venice Film Festival in 1881, a statue representing a farmer fell to the ground, slumped too much work, which the artist had given the title of “Proximus Tuus”, had a grand welcome and provoked a lively admiration for the great feeling with which he was treated, and the performance, and the great novelty of the subject. The sculpture: “In Posillipo” deserved a special prize in Turin and was purchased by the King of Italy, and won a gold medal for his brilliant work entitled “The Nightingale”, which he expounded in Genoa, Venice and in Florence. Other good works are: “The Sailor,” “The Pit,” “A hawker,” “The Cleric” pretty corset terracotta; “An ancient Roman in Ischia” successfully exhibited in Turin in 1884. The D’Orsi also proved to be excellent portrait and his “Bust of a Woman” and “Portrait of a Boy,” which appeared in Rome in 1883, and the beautiful “Portrait of Professor. Tommasi,” one of his first works, show as he was valiant even in this difficult task.