Naturalist and figurative sculpture. Conservatory vision. He achieved the effigies of some Romanian culture personalities, but also the monumental sculpture in the characteristic manner of the public monuments of the first half of the 20th century. He prefers the bronze, which advantages his portraitist abilities.
(1887 - Oprea, 2006* or 1877 - Deac, 2000** - 1966)
- National School of Fine Arts, Bucharest;
1911 - scholarship from École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France.
* Oprea, Petre, Artists participating in international society Artistic Youth (1902 - 1947), Maiko, Bucharest, 2006.
** Deac, Mircea, 50 years of sculpture, OID.ICM, Bucharest, 2000.
1916, 1920 – Artistic Youth, Bucharest;
1925 – The Official Salon, Bucharest;
1940 – The Artistic Circle, Paper Hall „The Universe”, Bucharest.
1928 - Ecaterina Teodoroiu, Brăila;
1924 - Memorial of the Heroes of World War 1, Silvestru Church, Bucharest;
- Dimitrie Brândză (bust), Botanical Garden, Bucharest;
- Monument of the cavalryman Heroes, Oituz, Bacău;
- Monument of King Ferdinand, Orăștie, Hunedoara.
- National Museum of Art of Romania (five works).
Predescu, Lucian, Enciclopedia României Cugetarea, Editura Anastatică, Saeculum I.O., Vestala, Bucureşti, 1999.
Vlasiu, Ioana (coord.), Dicționarul sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX, vol. II, lit. H-Z, Editura Academiei Române, București, 2012, pp. 51 - 52.