Gunnedah, NSW. 1940's.
Theothosios Koroneos - Theo Corones - was sponsored to Australia, as a youth, by his maternal uncle George, and aunty Georgia, later of Beverley Hills.
He lost a leg to an infection in his late twenties, a few years after this photograph was taken.
Part of his rehabilitation involved art therapy. He later became quite a famous artist in "Kytherian" circles.
He settled in Sydney, and drove cabs for many decades, before attempting later in life to re-establish himself in Karavas, Kythera.
He returned to Australia, and retired to the North Queensland coastal town of Bargara.
Theo, in 1931, as a 6 year old, alongside his mother, and two sisters
Theo as a groomsman at his Uncle Dimitri's wedding
Theo with cousin and "best mate", George Katharos Kritharis (Creatha), and others, Gunnedah, NSW. 1940's
Theo, in 1960, at age 35, alongside his brothers and sisters
Theo in Bargara, in his award winning garden, later in life