Angelos was born in Farkadona, Trikala in 1943.
In 1962 he enrolled at The School of Fine Arts, Athens, where he studied painting under George Mavroides.
He continued his education by visiting many European Museums, in particular Le Louvre where he studied historical western art, mainly the Renaissance and Baroque period.
Most of Angelos’ work centres around the human form, realism and light. His subject matter is often self-luminous in a chiaro-scuro entity, where the strong contrast between light and dark fills the entire composition.
In his work, one can see a beauty that is a reflection of divine beauty and a re-establishment of a lost paradise. The experience his paintings always create is one of a world presented through an ethereal sentiment.
Angelos has presented his work in many solo and group exhibitions in Greece, London and the USA. His works can be found in numerous public and private collections in Greece and abroad.