Step into the enchanting world of Bulgarian botanical art with a collection of exquisite original vintage prints from the 1970s. These captivating posters, created by the talented artist Vasil Ivanov, offer a glimpse into the agricultural heritage of Bulgaria, specifically focusing on corn, grain, and wheat. These posters, which were once utilised in a school in a charming village near Plovdiv, central Bulgaria are now for sale on our webshop.
Unveiling nature's wonders
Vasil Ivanov's botanical prints are a celebration of the natural world and its intricate details. Each poster presents a mesmerizing exploration of corn, grain, or wheat, showcasing the various stages of growth and highlighting distinct characteristics. Through meticulous attention to detail, Ivanov captures the essence of these agricultural treasures, bringing them to life on paper.
Originally used in a village school, these posters served as invaluable educational tools, allowing students to delve into the botanical realm and deepen their understanding of crops that played a vital role in Bulgarian agriculture. The combination of artistry and scientific accuracy in Ivanov's work made these prints not only visually captivating but also informative resources for young minds eager to learn about nature's bounty.
Little information may be available about Vasil Ivanov and his artistic journey, yet his talent shines through in these botanical prints. Ivanov's ability to capture the essence of each plant, from the delicate tassels of corn to the intricate patterns of wheat kernels, showcases his mastery of botanical illustration. His artistry bridges the realms of science and aesthetics, making his work both visually appealing and educational.
Size and details
Measuring 50 x 70 cm, these prints command attention with their size. Each print tells something about a little detail from just one plant-family. These original vintage prints by Vasil Ivanov are rare treasures that can now be part of your collection. Please check out "Botanical print / illustration, "Corn on the cob no13", by Vasil Ivanov, Bulgaria, 1970s" for more information.