Venetian painter, he devoted himself to genre painting, and “The Grandfather offers” and “Seller pumpkin”, which he exhibited in Milan in 1881, and procured immediately hit it off very good name. In 1883 he exhibited in the said cities “perlaie” another excellent canvas is “The Seller pumpkin” picture full of vivacity and great for coloring and drawing. Another beautiful work of Milesi is his “Ferry to Venice”, in which a lovely commoner is going to put his foot sleek gondola, prompted by a young gondolier. In the background you can see part of the Grand Canal, and the Venetian environment pleasant, colorful and vague. At the last exhibition held in Venice in 1887, he exhibited another beautiful painting entitled “Vorla mount along?” worked with grace, good interpetrato and where he was living a remarkable harmony of colors giocondissime. Source De Gubernatis.