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P. K. Yavorov Library, Burgas, Bulgaria

Peyo Yavorov (January 1, 1878 ­ October 17, 1914), born Peyo Totev Kracholov, was a Bulgarian poet, considered to be one of the finest poetic talents of the turn of the century in Bulgaria.

Snapshots made by Darina Peeva during the private view of the exhibition with work of Joseph J. (Joopy) Visser and the concert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The artist and his wife with, in the middle, Maria Bencheva, head librarian of the arts department, as the speaker at the privat view.


"The "Obzor" Maria is holding is the English publication of the Bulgarian cultural quaterly (1969 / 1984) that my mother, a librarian in the Netherlands brought me, and that confronted me with my first wish to translate poetry"

Die 'OBZOR' leidde tot de uitgave:
Zes Bulgaarse Dichters
Joop Visser i.s.m. Joop Visscher - Handelsdrukkerij Leeuwarden
12 gedichten van 6 Bulgaarse dichters die actief als anti-fascisten deelnamen aan de 2e wereld oorlog, uit het Engels vertaald door Joop Visser en geplaatst over (op transparante vellen) 6 prenten in kleur eveneens van Joop Visser. Tekst gezet op linotype loodzetmachine, prenten ets-aquatint en relief. 6 tekst- en 6 prentbladen 40 x 60 cm Hahnemühle speciale aanmaak etspapier en Tengujo 17 grams 9 exx 1986.
Deze bundel bevindt zich, met diverse andere uitgaven van Joseph J. Visser, in de collectie van de Yavorov Bibliotheek

 


All prints are on hand made Japanese Mulberry Kozo Paper

 

 

prints on hand sized paper leaves ± 70 x 100, printed with metallic inks and gold leaf, copper / metal leaf, and gold dust

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