He likes to place sedate grandiose architecture
beside the tensions and dichotomies of every day life…He plays
with space like a virtuoso.
Helen de Borchgrave, Arts Review, 1985
It is all there – in that viscous
decay of the body, too potent not to soil its glory and yet
impotent to display its conceit.
Pierre Rouve, Arts Review, 1981
Behind the clamouring
palette are intimations of an intense, reined-in passion. Each
canvas seems at first to be a rejoicing, but in the midst of the
exuberance, joy suddenly abates like music falling silent and
giving way to the anguish concealed beneath the laughter… L’Echo de la Bourse Brussels 1980