Hristo Stanchev

Painter. In 1980 he enrolls at the Art Academy of Vienna, but a few months later transfers to the painting class at the Art Academy of Florence and the Art Academy of Munich. From 1900 onwards he is a painting teacher at the Male High School in Plovdiv. In 1912 he becomes one of the founders of the Union of Southern Bulgarian Artists, in the exhibitions of which he participates on a regular basis. His creative genres include portraiture, folk compositions, landscapes and still lives.

Encyclopedia of Fine Arts in Bulgaria, Volume III, Sofia, 1980, BSA

  • "Залез"

    Oil on canvas

    32, 5 сm - 51 сm

    Landscape with a sunset in impressionistic style


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