Landscapes with antiquities from the collection of the National Gallery








National Gallery

The exposition presents the diversity and achievements of the Bulgarian artists in the genre “Landscapes of Antiquities”, its development as a visual equivalent of the culture of preservation of our artistic heritage. There are 300 works of great Bulgarian artists from the first half of the 20th century. Their works depict famous Bulgarian antiquities such as the St. Sofia Church, Boyana Church, Rila Monastery, Veliko Tarnovo and other old Bulgarian Revival towns. It includes the remarkable series with famous monuments outside Bulgaria such as the Tsarigrad and Roman series of Vladimir Dimitrov – Maystora, the Italian cycle of Boris Denev, the Athenian cycle of Sirak Skitnik.

The exhibition also presents the scientific heritage of the great Bulgarian art critic Andrey Protich, with an emphasis on his contribution to the institutional and legislative building of the system of preservation of the Bulgarian artistic heritage. Gradually the good knowledge of antiquities is becoming a sign of culture and education among Bulgarians. The works of Bulgarian artists also become a factor in nurturing the attitude towards antiquities and the culture of their preservation.


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Contact person: Doroteya Sokolova, curator of the exhibition, tel. +359 879 834 037

Contact persons

Doroteya Sokolova

curator of the exhibition

+359 879 834 037

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