His paintings have been issued in Singapore, London (Tate Gallery), New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, many of his works are part of renowned private collections. An artist is the product of the time and the circumstances, and all of the unpredictable self. “Every life finds himself in Lassels later design work. The perhaps most famous motif in his painting comes from the first phase of life in Romania on the one hand the shoes or shoe soles, his father was Shoemaker. On the other hand the artist now takes over the enthusiasm for the Dutch, Flemish painter, for the old masters that accompany him in each of his paintings, by his master, the portrait artist Corneliu Baba. By I insert this old experience in my own creative process, I would add my current way of perception of them. The dialogue with the old Master invigorated my art, an idea, a thought is progressing so. In art we must not carry on, from where another has stopped.
Everyone must find his own way, his own artistic development, find and traverse. This progress requires the factor time, inertia to – grow like in nature. Knowing the roots become new sprouts come from. “He developed his definitive style after the deportation in Germany, by going over from the abstract to the surrealist precision painting. Accession to the Paris trompe l’oeil – Realite group has his work not only stylistically, but also in terms of content shaped. In 1988, he focuses on the trompe l’oeil painting, a painting technique that deceptively genuine works by the 3D-ahnliche effects. Michael Lassels works have been shown in Romania. From December 2010 to March 2011 held a major retrospective exhibition at the European art gallery in Bucharest.