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Kiril Maiski donated 70 pictures to his native town

Submitted on Tuesday, 21 October 2008No Comment
Kiril Maiski donated 70 pictures to his native town

A couple of years ago the citizens of Popovo proved the painter Kiril Maiski the high honor to make him a respected citizen of the town.

Now he returns the gesture, giving 70 of his picture to the History museum of his native town. The donator’s wish is the pictures to be constantly exposed in the art gallery of Popovo, which is going to be finished in the near future. Realizing that the gallery and his works are going to be one of the cultural emphases of Popovo, the painter has carefully chosen the pictures that he is donating.

Kiril Maiski has 12 equanimous exhibitions in the country and a range of appearances in Greece, Italy, Japan, Cyprus and others.

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