He studied in the free workshops in Montparnasse. He was a regular participant at the Salon des Independants, the Salon d’ Automne and later the Salon de Comparaisons and the Salons des Realites Nouvelles. He did many decorative compositions for public buildings, vitrines as well as medals for the Mint. Though his work had a somewhat expressionistic character in the beginning, it gradually evolved toward abstraction.