In 1934 he enrolled at the Athens School of Fine Arts where he studied painting under Umvertos Argyros and Konstantinos Parthenis while during the period 1938-1939 he took engraving lessons at the workshop of Yannis Kefallinos.

His artistic activity includes the organization of solo exhibitions, in both painting and engraving, and taking part in Panhellenies and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, as well as the exhibitions of the Junction group.

His painting includes still lifes, objects, landscapes, portraits and interiors which are painted mainly in water colors and egg tempera, aspiring to convey through these mediums an “intimate” atmosphere, something forgotten. On a more limited scale, he is also involved with engraving which includes among its subjects those inspired by the Greek Resistance during World War II; he is further known for his book illustrations.