He trained with Domenico Mona. Along with Giulio Croma (Giulio Cromer), he set up a painter's academy in Ferrara. He painted three altarpieces for the cathedral: a Flight into Egypt, an Annunciation, and a Conversion of St. Paul. He died at Ferrara. An account of his other works will be found in Barotti's Future e Scolture di Ferrara.
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- Encyclopedia Treccani
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