He attended the courses of the School of Fine Arts, which he did not graduate, as well as the courses of the Free Academies in Bucharest, where he was the student of painters Arthur Verona, Gheorghe Petrașcu and Nicolae Tonitza.
He made his debut in 1924, at the Official Salon, successfully participating in the following editions, being awarded in turn in 1926, 1927 and 1928. In 1929, he was awarded a scholarship in Paris, where he studied painting and drawing.
He worked in the “Group of Four” with Constantin Baraschi, Gheorghe Ionescu-Sin and Dan Băjenaru.
In 1930, together with Anastase Demian, he painted the Stella Maris chapel in Balchik at the request of Queen Maria of Romania.
In 1935 Tache Papatriandafil donated to the Balchik Art Gallery the work Landscape of Balchik, made in 1927. Currently, the oil painting Landscape of Balchik is exhibited at the National Museum of Art of Romania in Bucharest.