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Iconography is a type of art closely associated with Christianity and distributed mostly in the Eastern Orthodox world.
Revival brings renewal in iconography. The new style is closer to folk traditions, without prejudice to the canons of the genre. Bright, cheerful colors, characters in modern costumes of the era, often displaying Bulgarian tsars and patriarchs - Saints (forgotten in the era of Ottoman rule) are among the hallmarks of vazrozhdenkata iconography. Upcoming new schools: Samokov, Tryavna, Debar and others. Among the foremost painters of the era are Zograf Zachary, Nicholas Obrazopisov, Stanislav Dospevski. Unlike previous times, Renaissance painters rarely clergy.

Orthodox Icons
Orthodox Icons