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Lyubena Fox / Любена Фокс, 1994 | Classical painter

Bulgarian painter Lyubena Fox / Любена Фокс is born in Sofia. In 2013 she graduates from the Bulgarian National School of Fine Arts, specializing in Illustration.
The same year she starts her studies with John M.Angel, moving to Florence, Italy and in 2016 graduates from the Angel Academy Florence.
Right after, she has a study session with Alessandro Dari.

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Jules Pascin (1885-1930) | Expressionist painter

Bulgarian🎨-born painter Jules Pascin, original name Julius Pincas, renowned for his delicate draftsmanship and sensitive studies of women.
Born of Italian Serbian and Spanish Jewish parents, Pascin was educated in Vienna before he moved to Munich, Germany, where he attended art school in 1903.
Beginning in 1904, his drawings were regularly published in satiric journals such as the Lustige Blätter and Simplicissimus. At the request of his family, who disapproved of his bohemian lifestyle, he changed his name to Pascin in 1905.

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Zahari Zograf (1810-1853) | Fresco painter

Zahariy Hristovich Dimitrov / Захарий Христович Димитров, better known as Zahari Zograf (or Zahariy Zograf; Захари(й) Зограф) is a famous Bulgarian painter🎨 of the Bulgarian National Revival, noted for his church mural paintings and icons and often regarded as the founder of secular art in Bulgaria due to the introduction of everyday life elements in his work.

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 Pavel Mitkov, 1977 | Impressionist /Abstract painter

The early impetus of Bulgarian traditions in the arts was cut short by the Ottoman occupation in the 14th century, and many early masterpieces were destroyed.
Native artistic life emerged again in Bulgaria during the national revival in the 19th century.
Among the most influential works were the secular and realist paintings of Zahari Zograph🎨 in the first half of the century and Hristo Tsokev in the second half.
At the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, Bulgarian painters such as Anton Mitov and the Czech-born Ivan Mrkvichka produced memorable works, many of them depicting the daily life of the Bulgarian people.

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Ognian Kuzmanov, 1979 | Abstract painter

Ognian Kuzmanov/Огнян Кузманов is an Bulgarian professional artist who lives and works in Pleven, Bulgaria.
He has made many exhibitions in Europe: in France, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Cheh Republic, Marocco, Serbia and Bulgaria.
Many of his art works are possession of different european private collectors.
He's also shown his artworks in the USA, Canada, Australia and Asia.
He paints mostly portraits, seascapes and abstracts in oil. His works nave been collected all around the world.

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Dimitri Vojnov, 1946 | Symbolist / Surrealist painter

  • Dimitri Vojnov was born in Ressen, Bulgaria.
  • 1967-1972 Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria.
  • 1972-1981 self employed artist in the area of painting and graphics.
  • 1981-1985 Associate Professor for Painting at the academy of Fine Arts, Sofia.
  • Since 1986 resident in Ruppertshain in his studio "Zauberberg" near Fankfurt/Main.
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Maria Ilieva, 1973 | Portrait / Still life painter

Maria Ilieva was born in Sofia, Bulgaria.
In 1991, she graduated from National School of Fine Arts, and in 1997, the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, with speciality Mural Painting.
Since 1997, Maria Ilieva is a member of the Association of Bulgarian Artists.
She works in the field of the murals, portraits, still lifes, illustrations and fine arts painting.
Her works are property of private collections in Germany, United Kingdom, France, Japan, Russia and USA.

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Miroslav Yotov, 1977 | Figurative / Surrealist painter

Miroslav Yotov was born in Isperih, Bulgaria. Yotov or Cirk as he is fondly known to his friends is an enterprising and versatile young artist whose work and scope embraces an amalgam of styles that highlight his unique individualism and view of the world.
His style is unique - because of its Bulgarian accent and emotion, the brush strokes are well articulated and on occasions lustful, as if he is trying to seduce the viewer. This particular idiosyncrasy has won him accolades and admiration from his peers, critics and connoisseurs.
He has participated in several exhibitions in Bulgaria including major ones in Shumen, Isperih and Divdiadovo.
His paintings are well sort after by the discerning connoisseurs, young professionals and entrepreneurs with a sophisticated taste for vibrant and captivating colors and that unique Balkan perspective.