In 1967, despite the contrasts with his uncle and his family, who wanted to direct him to classical studies, he obtained a diploma as a master of ceramics-section at the local State Art Institute and subsequently attended the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples. He is qualified to teach drawing and art history.


In 1969 at the same art institute he was appointed professor of drawing from life and visual education and then at the Liceo Artistico Statale di Benevento. Of those years the numerous personal and collective exhibitions held thanks to the interest and esteem that the painter Luigi Pane, then director of the Art Institute, had for him. On the occasion of an edition of the "Marina di Ravenna" Award he met the painter Domenico Purificato who followed him for a long time presenting him, also in the catalog, on the occasion of the personal exhibition held in 1971 at the gallery, " Political forum of Rome ".


Of that period and subsequent the many frequentations in his villa in Fondi or in the bar in Via Brera in Milan in whose city Del Giudice had made fruitful contacts with the "San Carlo" gallery, in Via Manzoni and with the art critic Renzo Modesti who had an interview with the art critic Patrizia Serra dedicated to him in the magazine "Art news".


Married to Minni in '73, he established his office and studio in Telese Terme where his three sons Tania, Ivan and Giulia were born. After the earthquake of the eighty, he created the "Via Crucis" for the cathedral of Cerreto Sannita. Later transferred to the Liceo Artistico of Benevento as a lecturer in the chair of pictorial disciplines he was able to get to know and attend Mimmo Paladino. in Via Manzoni and with the art critic Renzo Modesti who had an interview with the art critic Patrizia Serra dedicated to him in the magazine "Art News".


After a teaching period of about five years, his friend Paladino moved to Milan while Del Giudice was the dean of the Art School of Busto Arsizio, in the province of Varese. Later he had fruitful relations in Rome with the art critic Carmine Benincasa while, on the occasion of a personal exhibition at the "G59" gallery, he met the art critic Franco Solmi who, on one of his visits to his studio in Campania, invited him to hold a personal exhibition at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Bologna of which he was the director. In 1985 he was invited by Ruth Hearley, a noted art professor, to hold a solo show at "Russell Sage College" in Troy-New York.


At the end of the eighties, having left teaching, he devoted himself completely to artistic activity. The nineties were for him the years of great works, from "the sculpture of the angel" on the bell tower of the Basilica of San Giorgio in Venice to the realization, in different cities, of numerous altarpieces and frescoes. At the beginning of the third millennium he was engaged in Corigliano Calabro in interventions of sculptures and installations in the famous castle of the Compagna family, subsequently owned by the Municipality.


He is currently followed in his artistic career by the scenographer Massimo Nardi by the architect Raffaello Paiella and by the Galleria Arte Maggiore in Rome.