Debuts with figurative sculpture in the descriptive manner specific for that time. He makes the portraits of famous people, but also works related to the socialist realism. Towards the end of the 1960s, under the growing influence of Brancusi’s sculpture, he rethinks his plastic vocabulary reaching formulations that combine decorative and monumental features.
(Ghizdiţa/Crişcăuţi (near Soroca), Republic of Moldova, 1932 - Iaşi, 1998)
1958 - „Nicolae Grigorescu” Institute of Plastic Arts, Bucharest.
1960 - 1975 – Annual state exhibitions, Bucharest;
1961 – Exhibition of sculptor’s drawings, Moscow, Russia;
1968 – Exhibition of Romanian graphics and sculpture, Cracow, Poland;
1971 – Kubik Gallery, New York, USA;
1975 - Plastik und Blumen, Berlin, Germany.
- Girl of the crone, girl of the bollard (stone), Herăstrău Park, Bucharest;
1969 - Vlaicu Vodă (bronze), Curtea de Argeș.
- National Art Museum of Romania;
- Museum of Art, Pitești, Argeș.
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