Painter, born in Florence in 1895. He was expelled from the Academy of Fine Arts for bad behavior and then joined the Futurism movement of Marinetti. In the twenties and thirties, he abandons Futurism to describe scenes of daily life in the stream of the Tuscan populism. In 1932 he has his first personal exhibit at the Ferroni Building in Florence, followed by many others in Milan, Rome and Venice. In 1942, he is given the tenure position of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Florence. In the postwar period, he takes part to the Verzocchi collection and has exhibits in many cities abroad: Zurich, Paris, London, Madrid and many cities in Germany. In 1956, the Biennale exhibition in Venice prepares a great retrospective on his work. He died in Ivrea in 1957.