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FOR A SECOND TIME PICTURES OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY ARE ON A VISIT AT THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE OF PARIS

September 26, 2014

The exhibition of the National Museum of Military History “Flying awing of the brush” will be opened at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute – Paris on October 1, 2014 at 19.00. It presents paintings of the famous Bulgarian artist Boris Denev, most of which will be displayed to a foreign audience for the first time.

Through 42 artworks - watercolor, oil paint and graphics, the visitor is carried away into the unique atmosphere of creativity, bequeathed to us by the eminent master of the brush. The presented pictures of Boris Denev impress us not only by warmth and decorativeness, but also with bold strokes, brightly expressed individuality and multi-layered matter.

The exhibition is the first of a series of initiatives with which the National Museum of Military History, faithful to its profile, remarks the 100th anniversary of the First World War in Europe, although Bulgaria enters the war in 1915. A year before this Boris Denev wins the announced by the Ministry of War competition for Chief Martial Artist of the Staff of the Operative Army. The artistic works, he will be presented with in the exhibition, mark Denev’s path through the battlefields of Northern and Southern fronts.

The great artist, who drew not only on the battlefields of three wars, but also recreated the Bulgarian nature in hundreds of landscape-paintings, created monumental historical paintings, stored in brilliant portraits the images of social and cultural elite, of ordinary people, impresses us not only with his remarkable talent, but with his versatile personality as well – as a creator, martial artist, publicist.

The exhibition “Flying awing of the brush” will be open to visitors in the gallery of the Bulgarian Cultural Institute - Paris until October 31, 2014.

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