He studied at the Academy of Venice, pupil of his father Charles Strong and vibrant colorist, edited together with exact realistic attention even the smallest details. He made many paintings of Venetian environment, and his paintings were much sought after especially in England, where his art was held in high esteem. He was the painter of femininity, and his painting “Ninette” (1887) was a real success.
He exposed a lot in Italy and abroad: in Vienna, where in 1867 he represented his painting “Decameron”, which was awarded a gold medal in London between 1875 and 1892, in Paris, Berlin, Monaco, Brussels, Leningrad . His works can be found scattered around the world: in England, in Germany in the Netherlands, Denmark and America, and many are preserved in museums.
Some of his works: “The Mariella interrupted,” now in Vienna; “Pulcinella at the Convent”, awarded with gold medal; “Wedding in Murano,” “The Gourmet” “The Tailor”, in the Museum of Copenhagen and portraits of the “Countess Papadopoli” and “Countess Brandolin.” Also treated the fresco, executed, among other things, great decorations in the Arsenal in Vienna. He was a teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.