It was speciaista of painted architecture, miniatures, historical paintings and landscapes. He studied with Albertolli and then later went to the Teatro alla Scala, which carried out the scenes for four years. Falling ill, he had to leave the coveted spot, and devoted himself to the work of stand and thumbnails. He managed to be necessary in light and shade, so much so that some of his picture was even attributed to Bellotto.
His daughter Theodolinda (1816-1866), also an internist, but far inferior to him, dying tied to the Museum of Alexandria forty paintings of his father. Among the major works of this artist are cited: “Carnival of Venice” and “Louis X at the Castle of Barolo”, oil, and “church interior” and two “countries”, all in the Civic Museum of Turin; “Square Pantheon of Rome “, Carrara Academy in Bergamo;” Interior of a convent “and” View of Venice “, belonging to the Brera Gallery in Milan; nines” Landscapes “in the Gallery of Turin,” Prison of Francis “in the Museum of Madrid; “Saint Ambrose in Milan,” in the Museum of Monaco of Bavaria; “Interior of a convent,” in the Museum Revoltella in Trieste, some of hundred scenes reproduced in squares, painted in collaboration with Galliari, in the Museum of Alexandria; “interior of a large country kitchen “in Bottacin Museum of Padua” View of Porta Ticinese in Milan “(watercolor), formerly owned Att. Carlo Romussi; “Perspective with caricatures of the eighteenth century” and “Internal” (pen drawing), owned by Count Emilio Barbiano Belgiojoso; “View of the columns of San Lorenzo in Milan”, belonging to the noble Luigi Esengrini.