He practiced a sculpture with post-impressionist imprints with various influences from the antique shapes. He worked at Weimer, with Henrich van de Velde. In 1910 he went to Paris, when he collaborated with Rodin and A. Maillot. Among his friends were V. Kandinsky, Berheim Jr., A. Flechtheim, Brummer.

Tudor Stavilă



    (Orhei, Basarabia, 1879 - Osfenţim, 1943)
    Academic studies:
    1903 - 1907 - Academia of Arts in Bavaria, München.


    Solo exhibitions:
    1934 - Amsterdam, Holland;
    1947 - Paris, France.
    Group exhibitions:
    debut – Cabinet of plates, München, Germany;
    1908 – Autumn Salon, Paris, France;
    1909, 1911, 1912, 1926 - „Secession”, Berlin, Germany;
    1912 - Secession, Köbner;
    1912 – Gallery of Arts, Bremen, Germany;
    1913 - Goltz;
    1923 - Freie, Germany;
    1926 - Dresda, Germany;
    1933 – exhibitions of the Fine Arts Society in Basarabia.
    Volkwang Museum, Essen, Germany;
    State Museum, Halle, Germany;
    Volkwang Museum, Essen, Germany;
    Wallraf-Bichatz Museum, Köln, Germany.
    Monumental works:
    1914 – bas-reliefs for architect W. Gropius.


    Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D. Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, p. 132.