He learned the rudiments of art in the studio of his father and exhibited several times at Promoters and International Exhibitions. He executed a series of mountain landscapes where the strength of the architectural structure of the rocks, the splendor of color and sparkle of the glaciers reach a high intensity and brightness. From 1908 onwards helped to all the Venice Biennale, and in 1906 he exhibited in Milan, one of his large triptych representing the three cycles of dawn, of noon and sunset, youth, maturity and old age of the sea floor of the fertile and the high mountain. A part of this triptych was purchased by the King In 1907, the Falchetti on a long journey in the East, in Egypt and Palestine, accompanying herself on the Sargent. He treated the figure trying to give her the greatest sense of life possible. He executed many portraits. Some of his works: “The Rapsode”, considered one of his most beautiful paintings and “Hurricane in the high mountains”, exhibited in Venice in 1909 and purchased for the Luxembourg Museum in Paris; “Sunset in the Upper Engadine.” In 1929 he exhibited his “Self Portrait” good workmanship.