He was born in Casalmaggiore, near Cremona. He was trained with Francesco Chiozzi. One of his pupils was Giuseppe Natali. He painted a canvas of Saints Biagio, Luca, and Pietro (1670) for the church of San Giovanni in Casalmaggiore. and for the church of Sant'Andrea in Mantua.
- Memorie degli uomini illustri di Casalmaggiore, Volume 9, by Abate Giovanni Romani, (1830) page 454-455.
-  Graselli, page200.
- G. Romani, page 459.
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