His watercolors filled with light and color, sought after today, are valuable documents for the knowledge of Rome nineteenth century. Citansi: “Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este in Tivoli,” “The Tiber River from the bridge of the Florentines,” “Piazza Barberini,” “The ancient port of Ripetta,” “Via dei Cappellari,” “The Tower of Paul III” , “the Aventine,” “the Tiber from Ponte Sisto,” “the Temple of Vesta and the old bank of the Tiber,” “the Tiber to the size of the Florentines.”
He performed also delicious watercolors are lively comments PaIudi Pontine Low lands of the Agro Romano, of the Sabine Mountains. He exhibited frequently in England, between 1875 and 1889. The Museum of Sydney keeps its “Landscape”, his other works are the property of the Municipality of Rome.