(Bucharest, 1893 - Paris, 1980; moves to Paris in 1924)
1917 - 1920 – National School of Fine Arts, with sculptor Dimitrie Paciurea, Bucharest:
1920 - 1922 – Scholarship at the Academy of Fine Arts, with Lucian Grigorescu, Rome, Italy;
since 1922 - Academia la Grande Chaumière, where she is noticed by Antoine Bourdelle. In parallel she studies in Brâncuși’s workshop.
1952 - Bernheim Jeune Gallery, Paris, France;
1993 – Retrospective exhibition, Vallois Gallery, Paris.
1921, 1922, 1923, 1961 - „Salon d’Automne” or la „Salon des Femmes peintres et sculpteurs”, Salon de Tuilleries, Paris, France;
1925 - Pièta, cement, Tête d´enfant, gips, Exhibition organized by the Romanian state at Paris, Jeu de Paume, France;
1929, 1931 – Official Salon, Bucharest;
1930 – Exhibition of Romanian modern art, Hague, Amsterdam, Brussels;
1932 - „Toma Stelian” Museum, with Céline Emilian, Bucharest;
1935 – Universal exhibition, Romanian pavilion, Brussels, Belgium;
1937 – International exhibition, Paris, France;
1939 – International exhibition, Dacians (bas-relief), New York, USA;
1964 - Exhibition Autour de Bourdelle, Musée Bourdelle, Paris, France;
1971, 1964 - Polychromies à travers les âges et les civilisations, Musée Bourdelle, Paris, France;
2006 - Antoine Bourdelle vector of modernity, National Museum of Art of Romania, Bucharest.
1922 – Statue of George Enescu, Pièta, Head of girl, Victory with wings, Group of dacian family (marble monument).
1937- Tudor Vladimirescu, Craiova;
1938 - 1940 – Ensemble of four statues, 2 in stone and 2 in bronze, Faculty of Pharmaceutics, Paris, France;
- Young girl, Technical college in Virre, France;
1945 – Bust of admiral Jean Charcot, Museum of the Marine, Paris, France;
1950 – Monument of George Enescu, Music conservatory, Paris, France;
1955 – mould for hand and mortuary mask of George Enescu.
- Francis Jourdain and André Lavrillier, Museum of modern art, Luxembourg Museum, today Orsay;
- Museum of the Marine, Paris, France;
- Museum in Saint Brieuc, Bretania;
- National Art Museum of Romania (eight works, among which Pietà, an Equestrian Walkirie from 1924, Nude - 1929, Prayer - 1930, Woman head - 1938).
1922 – Grand Prize of the School of Fine Arts in Rome;
1937 – Medal of Honour at the International exhibition in Paris;
1960 – Silver Medal by the city of Paris.
Deac, Mircea, Sculptura în România. Secolele XIX-XX, Editura Medro, București, 2005, p. 71.
lasiu, Ioana (coord.), Dicționarul sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX, vol. I, lit. A-G, Editura Academiei Române, București, 2011, pp. 153 - 154.