Student of the purist Seitz later studied painting Mancini. Then he made several trips by deriving inspiration for his paintings in subject Venetian, Spanish and Abruzzo. In particular, the stay in Scanno of 1904 was at the origin of important work in the local costume designer.
In 1903 he won the gold medal at the Universal Exhibition in Saint Louis Song with Two Women, oepra who suffers from post-impressionism of Sorolla. Shortly thereafter adjourned its design language to dicisionista impegandosi stroke to portray images of the elegant woman in her intimacy.
Later a long stay in Egypt eased the inspiration and the strength of his work. Among his works are: La prima luce e il lavorante della terra, Il gioiello, Sul carretto: Costume di Scanno in Abruzzo, La notte, L’abito rosso, La lettura, Dopo il bagno, Il the, Bimba che dorme, Luna d’agosto, Vento di maestrale, Di notte al Bois de Boulogne.