outhern painter, born in Naples in 1866.
He first did his literary studies, then the artistic ones at the Royal Institute of Fine Arts in Naples: for drawing with prof. List, and for painting, the upper course of decoration with prof. Ignazio Perricci.
In his artistic career he began by exhibiting at the Promotrice of Naples in 1882 an oil painting entitled: “Bad time”, which was purchased.
He exhibited in various promoters of Italy, especially in Rome, where in 1886, he sold a painting.
In 1888, he exhibited at the Italian Exhibition in London a painting, entitled “Molo di Napoli”, which was purchased by the artist Stoppani, and two reproductions of the same, one for the house of Edinburgh, Ciceri et C., the other for private commission.
At the Promoter of Naples 1888, a painting: “On the Via di Minori”, requested for purchase by the same company, but bought by the artist-painter Mr. Borchardt; plus a half figure in oil: “Olga”.
He taught drawing for two years at the Chierchia University. He also made several “Portraits”, “Watercolors” and “Fans” for commissions, gaining praise and thus forming a reputation as a talented painter.