George Papazov, Bulgarian Surrealist

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The sale of about 50 George Papazov works by his descendants provides an opportunity to rediscover the Bulgarian artist. The dreamlike quality of his paintings links him to the Surrealist movement. George Papazov (1894-1972), À la plage (At the Beach), c. 1935-1937, oil on canvas, 92 x 73 cm/36.22 x 28.74 in.Estimate: €8,000/10,000 The art market enjoys rediscovering artists, like those from Eastern Europe. The sale of about 50 paintings by George Papazov (1894-1972), owned by his descendants and spanning every period of his career, is a case in point. Papazov and his friend Jules Pascin are among a growing list of painters. A major player in the

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