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Cottage art print of a mountain village landscape 'Memories of many centuries'- village stone and wood house- signed and dated by Hristo Hvoynev

This print is a cottage art print landscape of original mountain village fine artwork 'Memories of many centuries'.

This original art shows a country cottage house from Bulgarian folklore. The house has a yard and a water well next to a little garden of vegetables. The people in Rhodope have built houses from rocks, wood, mud, and straws and those houses have lasted for more than 200 years.
Rhodopean house in Bulgaria.
The Rhodopes are a mountain range in Southeastern Europe, with over 83% of its area in southern Bulgaria and the remainder in Greece. Its highest peak, Golyam Perelik (2,191 m), is the seventh highest Bulgarian mountain. The region is particularly notable for the Karst areas with their deep river gorges, large caves, and specific sculptured forms, such as the Trigrad Gorge.

Your art will be printed on a photo archival paper with a texture like linen fabric texture. The paper is 250 gsm which is 8.6 oz per square meter. Your giclee print will be made with a laser printer from a high-resolution image of the original art that is drawn by Hristo Hvoynev- the founder of ExiArts.

Please leave a message while you check your order out and tell me if you like to have the print with a white border around the image or without a white border.

Signed by author Hristo Hvoynev and also titled and dated at the back of the print.

Comes with a handmade certificate of authenticity made by the author Hristo Hvoynev- founder of ExiArts.

The shipping packaging is made with the extra protection of bubble postal envelopes, reclaimed soft materials, and card boxes. We reclaim packaging materials from technology products unboxed from different local shops.

We will donate a sum from your purchase to plant one tree with the Bulgarian Foundation 77. We will leave a monthly report for the donated money of a given Month in our blog section on the website.

Thank you for visiting our handmade shop!

Hristo Hvoynev