Roman painter, was born in Rome May 15, 1848. He made his studies at home in the Academy of Fine Arts, where he had to master the Coghetti and Capaldi, then came under the De Sanctis pel refinement.
In 1876 he obtained a prize in Rome with one of his paintings: “The Garibaldi prisoners in Mentone”, and Naples in 1877 was another prize of Lire 1000 with the same subject, who bore the title, however, in the Show: November 4.
In Florence in 1880 he exhibited his watercolor that he met the favor of the intelligent, and the same year in Turin at the National Exhibition a “Study in Sulmona” and a “Study of a Head”, excellent work.
To commission performed the curtain Politeama Romano, where he painted “The combat of Horatius Cocles on the bridge Sublicio” work quite successful. Another of his paintings: “The Garibaldi, which together with the Cairoli brothers, arrive at the foot of the mountains Parioli,” liked it very much and was bought by Prince Ruspoli. More than the great pictures, the Carlandi prefers to deal watercolors and picturesque views of this or that country, and of these it produces in abundance that sells with good success in England and in France. Often resides in London and knows every inch of Scotland, Ireland and around the country of Wales, where he made numerous artistic excursions in which he played very politely the most picturesque places of those features legions. Source: A.De Gubernatis, Dictionary of Artists living, Florence 1889-1892.