Charalambos Doumas was born in 1910 in Athens. He studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1930-1936) under Spyros Vikatos (1878-1960).
He collaborated with painter Epaminondas Thomopoulos (1878-1974) between 1943 and 1955. His painting – portraits, landscapes, and compositions – are within the scopes of the academic style and impressionist realism. His impasto, nearly expressionist brushstrokes bring out the texture of paint. He presented the following personal exhibitions: Neon Hotel, Athens (1939); Parnassus, Athens (1946, 1947, 1948, 1960, 1964, and 1965); New York (1962); and Athens (1975). He also took part in the Panhellenic Exhibition of 1948 and others. Artworks of Charalambos Doumas are kept at The American College of Greece and the National Gallery - Alexander Soutzos Museum of Athens.