An eminently figurative and expressionist painter, during the fifties he was strongly influenced by cubism and naive painting. Starting in the 1970s, however, his painting took on a fully realistic figuration and became more intense in color and texture, a style that he would not abandon until his death. A painter of everyday reality, he was prolific in portraits, still lifes and landscapes. But where he undoubtedly best expressed his talents was in capturing the rhythm. This is attested by his hundreds of drawings and oil paintings of dance, ballet and, above all, jazz, as well as the various books he has published on these subjects. Although his work mainly consists of drawings, watercolors and, above all, oils on paper, wood and canvas, he also cultivated lithography and sculpture to a lesser extent.
He exhibited at Anquin's Art Gallery from 1975 to 2015.