A Peasant Boy by Anton Mitov

Artwork Description

The Peasant Boy (Selyanche Gurbetchiq) is an old watercolour painting by Anton Mitov. It reflects a very characteristic part of the everyday life in Sofia from the beginning of the 20th century. It has been created in the beginning of the 20th century, in 1905 and reflects the mastery of the artist to depict human figures in a fine and realistic way. The painting is emblematic for the creative style of the artist, as he is a master of the detailed depiction of the human body and figure. All of his paintings are filled with realistic figures of peasants, merchants or other figures engaged in their everyday life. This particular watercolour is a very rare artwork of Anton Mitov, an original with a proven authenticity that is available for sale on the ArtWizard Platform. The painting is for sale together with all the necessary documentation of authenticity and provenance, as well as with certificates that it can be exported outside the territory of Bulgaria.


Artwork details

  • Artwork year 1902
  • Artwork dimensions 56 (H) x 34 (W) cm /
    22 (H) x 13.4 (W) inch
  • Artwork style Figurative Art
  • Artwork technique Watercolor
  • Additional info
    Signed, Framed, Glass covered,
    Ready to hang

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