Vasil Goranov painting

Paintings by Vasil Goranov

Vasil Goranov’s classical realism. Vasil Goranov is one of the most recognizable Bulgarian artists on historical themes. The future master of the brush won his first competition only at the age of 4, as his first professional meeting with the world of fine arts took place at the University of Veliko Tarnovo, where he graduated in Painting.

He is said to have the unique gift of feeling the story. He manages to recreate key events and personalities from history. Vasil Goranov’s paintings are created with oil technique and are owned by a number of Bulgarian and foreign collectors.

„The artist Vasil Goranov is a happy exception, for he has the gift of feeling History and recreating its key events and famed heroes, thus adding masterly brush strokes to what’s already created with letters.“
GEORGI MARKOV, MEMBER OF THE BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCIES

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