As well as extensive frescos, he produced numerous drawings and small-scale oil paintings, which were extremely popular.
His Head of a Bearded Man is characteristic of his work. In a sensitive rendering of figure, light and colour, he shows an elderly man marked by life, gazing at the viewer from deep-set eyes. The sculptural quality of beard, fur collar and face is achieved by delicate colour gradation. Using only a few colour nuances, the artist has created a harmonious overall effect.