Born in Athens in 1884 and he died in 1972. He studied at the School of Fine Arts of Nikephoros Lytras, K. Volanakis and G. Roilos. He mainly painted landscapes and seascapes, with a strong intention to handle the light and the atmosphere of countryside in an impressionistic way. Considerable parts of his work are 200 drawings that he executed during the war in Macedonia and Epirus in 1912 and 1913. His work can be seen at the National Gallery of Athens, at the Municipal Galleries of Athens and Rhodes, at the Averof Gallery, at the Benaki Museum, at the Leventis Collection, at the Katsigras Collection, at the Bank of Greece, the Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs, and at the National Naval Museum of Paris.