He was a pupil of F. Fidanza and was protected from the Austrian Government, and italics. In the Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan are his paintings. “Landscape with ironworks” and “Landscape” in the Pinacoteca Accademia Carrara in Bergamo another “Landscape”, in the collection of the Ambrosiana in Milan, “Rocks with waterfall” and “Forest with characters”; “Waterfall”, in the collection count De Minerbi of Stresa, “Castle”, “Torrente in Sesia Valley” and other minor in the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan.
His work was especially important for the landscapes of rare and out of direct conservation of the truth, in his time almost all that uncommon in Lombardy. It reveals some study of the Dutch landscape painters.