Giorgos Sikeliotis was a Greek painter and engraver. Born in Smyrna in 1917, he graduated in 1939 from the Athens School of Fine Arts - ASFA, where he was taught by Konstantinos Parthenis and Spyros Vikatos. His first personal exhibition was in 1954 in the lobby of To Vima newspaper. He took part in many group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, including Ottawa, Rome, Toronto, Montreal, Alexandria, Helsinki and New York, where he had a personal exhibition in 1965 and was nominated for a Guggenheim award.
Works by Sikeliotis are kept at the following institutions: National Gallery - Alexandros Soutzos Museum, Athens; Municipal Art Gallery of Rhodes, and World House Gallery, New York.