During the 1920’s Maystora’s art drew on the local art tradition, perceived as the national tradition, as well as the styles in Western European modern painting such as Secession/Art Nouveau and Expressionism in terms of the use of line and color.
His later works were considered to have attained unity between typical Bulgarian characters and Bulgarian nature. The images of adolescent girls, of brides and mothers, having been repeatedly reproduced for decades, were considered to be the best examples of Bulgarian national style in modern time.


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