He studied at the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo making an impression romantic landscape but with a classical approach, faithful to the seventeenth-century examples. Later he moved ‘in Rome by painting the city and its countryside. Returning to Bergamo to 1852 only managed to free from the influence of the teachers to follow their own way and felt freer essentially realist.
His canvases: “Surroundings of Rome” and “alpine country ‘, property of Mr. Achille Farina of Bergamo. He exhibited in 1900 at the Exhibition of the nineteenth century Lombard, “Campagna Romana”, belonging to the comm. Charles Clausetti of Milan. Remarkable landscapes are kept by Venanzi families, Maffeis, .