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Stone №25

Stone №25

Boris Hristov and Milko Bozhkov



What a fate - on a stone in the desert -

standing like a pillar over the spill

in the sands brotherhood ... Fountains of heat burst

of his spirit, and the body casts no shadow.


What a fate - that of a stone in the midst of the desert -

standing upright like a stylite over the brotherhood,

spilt across the sands… Jets of scalding heat burst

from his spirit, but the body does not cast shade.


These signed and numbered art prints include 40 images from the collection of stones of the famous author of "Evening Trumpet" and "Honest Cross" - the poet Boris Hristov. Accompanied by 40 poetic and philosophical quatrains, they are the starting point from which the artist starts Milko Bozhkov


High quality archival printing on 350 g. / 100% archival cotton paper Hahnemühle Museum Etching, using a printer EPSON Sure Color PROFESSIONAL, _cc781905cp 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_UltraChrome PRO,  reproducing extremely bright and accurate colors.

The prints are available in two sizes:

150 prints with size 30.5 x 36.6 cm., With a price of BGN 200 per print and

100 prints with size 61 x 71 cm., With a price of BGN 500 per print.

Each art print is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity with a holographic sticker and a unique number,  registered in_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_Art Registry system at_cc78158d94h905h55h3d5h55h355hde5-5cde. -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

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