The Role And The Importance Of Foreigners In The Processes Developping In The Bulgarian Postliberation Architecture And Monumental Art Cover Image
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- Роля и значение на чужденците за процесите, протичащи в развитието на българската следосвобожденска архитектура и монументално изкуство
The Role And The Importance Of Foreigners In The Processes Developping In The Bulgarian Postliberation Architecture And Monumental Art

Author(s): Georgi Valchev
Subject(s): Cultural history
Published by: ЮГОЗАПАДЕН УНИВЕРСИТЕТ »НЕОФИТ РИЛСКИ«

Summary/Abstract: In the Georgi Valchev's article "The foreigners' role and importance for the processes, going on during the development of the Bulgarian architecture and monumental art after the Liberation" it is attempted to be outlined the processes in the Bulgarian architecture at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. The author supports the thesis that during this period the development of the Bulgarian architecture is uneven, deprived from the entirety of one normal evaluating heaping, comprising the achievements of the national architectural tradition and the best samplers of the innovation. Practically after the Liberation that is,perhaps, the only sphere which almost entirely in the foreigners' hands, and this makes easier the direct moving of the ready forms and types buildings from the west European architecture. from the view point or the further architectural development. This first imitative period and the absolute dependence on the specialists-foreigners there is one positive effect-it supports in an considerable degree the search and the display of the first generation educated Bulgarian architectures. By the way of contradiction and in unison with the urgent esthetic currents in the European architecture. They find too fast the architectural inheritance from the renascence and have as a basic task the building of a national architectural style, close to the tradition and in the same time contemporary, conformable to the conditions of the Bulgarian reality.

  • Issue Year: 1999
  • Issue No: 1-3
  • Page Range: 123-130
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Bulgarian