The Harbour of Piraeus, 1937
A painter and print-maker. He was a pupil of the painter Nikolaos Lytras, continued his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden under F. Dorsch for painting and R. Muller for print-making (1918 - 1926), and at various independent Academies in Paris (1926 - 1927).
When he returned to Greece, he became the artistic director of the K. G. Aspiotis lithographic company in Corfu (1930 - 1933). He also did book illustrations and prints for postage stamps. Yiannoukakis assimilated realistic, Expressionist and Cubist influences into his work with creativity. He used a combination of printing techniques in a very individual way, and may have been the first print-maker in Greece to use unconventional colour in his engravings.