He studied painting in Athens under Kostas Iliadis and Theodoros Drosos and at the Julian Academy in Paris, in the workshops of Claude Schurr and Mac Avoy.
In 1959 he presented his first solo exhibition at the Zygos gallery which was followed by solo and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, among which were the Venice Biennale of 1970 and the Brussels Europalia in 1982.

Interested in landscape, still life, interiors and the human figure, he adhered to the tenets of impressionism in his early work. Then, adopting the main aspects of pop art and utilizing the techniques employed by comic books, he turned to satirizing social and political reality, creating compositions with a surrealistic atmosphere and symbolic allusions. His artistic creation also includes a number of engravings in the framework of which he published his “Λεύκωμα 1940-1974” (“Album 1940-1974”) with one hundred monotypes inspired by the Greek-Italian war, the German occupation, the Greek Resistance, the Greek Civil War and the Greek Dictatorship.