He studied first in Rome, then passed the Accademia di Brera in Milan with the heel, and also attended courses on sculpture and architecture Butti with Camillo Boito. He exhibited his first painting in 1908 in Pallanza. Later he took part in many exhibitions: Venice from 1914 to 1932, in Monaco of Bavaria, in Barcelona in 1928, in Rome, Milan, Turin, River, Bologna and Como. He also obtained many awards: the Prize in 1921 in Milan Mylius with the painting “Tea outdoors”, owned by the Academy of Brera in 1923, also in Milan, the Premio Principe Umberto with “Portrait of Mrs. Jumper” in 1927 in Florence, the competition Ussi, Mortara Award with “My family” in 1927, in Bologna, a gold medal at the Art of Landscape and a gold medal of the National Tourist Industries for “the most complete and artistic illustration of a monumental area of Italy”: “Impressions of Venice” in 1927 in Milan, won the legacy Fornara, the Permanente, with “Portrait of the artist’s Mother” and “Still Life” purchased for the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan, where they are still on. Other works: “In the studio of the painter,” “SS. Giovanni e Paolo” and “The Colleoni,” “The Cellist blind,” “The portrait of the father,” “Self-Portrait” (pastel), awarded to the social exposure of Milan in December 1932, and countless characteristic landscapes with figures. Obtained at the Venice II “Premio Bergamo» the second prize with the work “Composition”.