He completed his training at the Verona Academy and later at the Brera Academy in Milan, where he attended the courses of Giuseppe Mentessi and Mosè Bianchi. Landscape painter and portrait painter. He made his debut in Milan in 1902. he Achieved a gold medal at the Mantua exhibition in 1905 and another at the Como exhibition in 1908. In the same year he won the Canonica prize in Milan.
From 1920 to 1926 he exhibited in Venice, in 1920: “Nel cantuccio di Venezia” and “Nel campielo”; in 1924, “Nevicata”; in 1926, “Maternal complacencies”. In 1927, for the Eightieth National Exhibition at Palazzo Pitti, in Florence, he presented “Vera” and “Sole inverno”.
The Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Milano preserves “The triptych of the Magi (Ecce sidus; Imus; Adoremus)”. Moretti Foggia has traveled extensively in the Levant, from where he has brought back interesting studies of costumes and landscape.