Born in Legnano in 1886, he was possibly a pupil of Giulio Degani, whiose style is a stri=ong influence in his work. Working from about 1904 in Verona, he went to Philadelphia in 1912, moving to Atlantic City before returning to Italy to work in Venice around 1920. In 1929 he returned to the U.S.A., working at first in New York, then from 1946 in Hollywood and finally in San Diego, where he died in 1970.
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