After a childhood marked by financial difficulties but nache by the signs of an uncommon talent in 1928 he moved to Rome where he soon established himself with a competition at the Accademia di San Luca. Through contacts with the collector Ottolenghi Ferrucci Ferrazzi and his condition improved.
Soon A. Martini replaced the chair of the Academy of Venice. Were intense relations with Japan, where they were sent several of his works, and his native Abruzzo works for the Cathedral of Giulianova and from the park of the Bank of Teramo. Among the works on display are: Vitellino, Ladro di campagna, Il pugilatore, Donna al sole, Fabiola, Il dormiente, La gravida, Ragazzo seduto, Giovane ammantata, San Michele.