He was a pupil of Ciro Ferri, then worked under the guidance of Giovanni Battista Gaulli. He also worked with Cornelis Bloemaert. Among his many works in Rome, he painted a Prophet Hosea for San Giovanni in Laterano and a Fall of Lucifer and rebel angels for the basilica of the Santi Apostoli, Rome. He frescoed the cupola of the cathedral of San Bruno in Velletri. He painted an Adoration of the Magi and Flight to Egypt for the church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli in Rome. He also painted altarpieces for Santa Maria degli Angeli, a Dream of Joseph for Santa Maria della Scala, San Clemente, a San Ciriaco for Santa Maria in Via Lata and San Giovanni in Laterano. He was knighted into the Academy of St Luke by Pope Clement XI.
- Temptation of St. Anthony, oil on canvas, 71.c x 95.1 cm
- Prophet Hosea (1718), San Giovanni in Laterano
- Fall of Lucifer and Rebel Angels, Santi Apostoli, Rome
- Adoration of the Magi, Flight to Egypt and King David, Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
- Dream of Joseph, Santa Maria della Scala
- Apparition of the Virgin at St. Bruno (around 1700), altarpiece at Santa Maria degli Angeli
- San Ciriaco, Santa Maria in Via Lata
- Vision of St. Bernard (1705), San Bernardo alle Terme
- St. Andrew in Glory, Sant'Andrea al Quirinale
- Martyr of St. Barbara, St. Barbara (Santa Barbara) chapel, Rieti Cathedral (with Antonio Concioli)
- Farquhar, Maria (1855). Ralph Nicholson Wornum, ed. Biographical catalogue of the principal Italian painters. Woodfall & Kinder, Angel Court, Skinner Street, London; Digitized by Googlebooks from Oxford University copy on Jun 27, 2006. p. 113.
- Italycyberguide entry
- Memorie per servire alla storia della romana Accademia di San Luca by Melchiorre Missirini, page 2226.
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