He completed his education at the Academy of Brera and was considered the heir of G. Migliara in the architectural view. Important was also the family relation with his uncle Joseph, already known at the time. He painted numerous views of the most famous places in Milan – such as the Duomo – with variations and different points of view that were always rewarded by the taste of the bourgeoisie of the time you bought them.
Among the works sent to the national exhibitions include: Pergamon of Milan Cathedral, Interior of Milan Cathedral, ancient baptistery Galliano (Lombardy), Side of the tabernacle of Orcagna in San Michele in Florence, Interior of the church of Santo Stefano in Bologna. In 1851 he obtained the chair of perspective at the local academy.