Ștefan Sevastre at the opening of the exhibition Dimensions of the abstract, Dialogue Gallery, 2006.
Ștefan Sevastre at home in May 27, 2008.
Young Ștefan Sevastre with his work.
Ștefan Sevastre graduated from the Dimitrie Alexandru Sturdza High School in Tecuci in 1945. Then he studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts, where he was taught by Jean Alexandru Steriadi.
Sevastre worked as drawing professor at the General School, Bucharest, between 1959 and 1962. From 1962 to 1988 he taught painting at Nicolae Tonitza High School, Bucharest.
The artist presented his works at several solo exhibitions, including "Painting and Drawing" at the Galateea Gallery, Bucharest, in 1964; Configurations and supremacy at the Cinemateca Hall, Str. Eforie, Bucharest, 1992; retrospective exhibit to celebrate his 70th anniversary held at the Gallery Gheorghe Patrascu, Tecuci, in 1996; "Dimensions of the abstract" together with the composer and friend Dumitru Capoianu at the Dialog Gallery, Bucharest, 2006.
Among his most prominent group exhibitions were the following: "Constantin Brancusi International Colloquium" at the Art Museum, Bucharest Kalinderu Hall, in 1967; "25 years of Romanian plastic art" at the National Art Museum of Romania, Bucharest, 1973; "Studio 1" at the Bastion Galleries, Timisoara, in 1978, organized by Paul Gherasim; "Tema" at the Bucharest Art Museum in 1994; "Three Positions of the Painting", together with Stefan Sevastre, Mihai Horea, Liviu Stoicoviciu, the Hanul cu Tei Gallery, Bucharest, in 1997; "Municipal Salon" at the Dalles Hall, Bucharest, in 2003 and 2004. His last group show was entitled "Bucharest Art and Romanian Art Education after 1950". It was at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest in 2014.
Besides, Sevastre organizer a number of exhibits himself, such as "Geometry and Sensibility" at the Casa Artelor, Sibiu, in 1982; "Science and Art" in Bucharest in 1985; Symposium of Concrete Art at the Crater Publishing House, Bucharest, in 1998.