He completed his training under the guidance of T. Quinzio at ll’Accademia Ligustica of Fine Arts in Genoa. After the painful experience of the Great War who lived in the first person he devoted himself actively to the exhibition. Clear references to the theories of split-tap in his painting.
His debut as a painter, date from 1916, in which year he exhibited at the exhibition of the Promoter of Genoa a “Study of the head” and the painting “Morning” purchased by the City of Genoa. In 1922 he sent to the Venice Biennale “Work quiet” in Genoa the following year he exhibited “Quiet silvery”, placed in the Gallery of Modern Art, and the Venice Biennale of 1926 participated with “Rosita.”