Here there already was a seizable community of emigre artists, such as Antonietta Brandeis, and the Spanish painters Martín Rico y Ortega, Mariano Fortuny and Rafael Senet. He became good friends with Martin Rico. The two artists worked sometimes together painting the Venetian scenes that were popular with the increasing number of visitors to that city.They responded thus to the large international market for their city views of Venice. Demand for del Campos views was so strong, that he painted several views multiple times.
Particularly English tourists were taken by del Campo’s vedute of Venice. This was probably the reason why he moved to London in 1893 where he worked for a clientele of aristocrats and successful merchants. He was represented by art dealer Arthur Tooth who was able to organize a special exhibition of his work in Chicago during the Worlds Columbian Exposition of 1893. This success likely ensured del Campo’s comfortable life style. Little is known about his last two decades but it is likely that he died in London in 1923.