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Ivan Milev - Our mothers

Ivan Milev Lalev (Bulgarian: Иван Милев Лалев; 18 February 1897 – 25 January 1927) was a Bulgarian painter and scenographer regarded as the founder of the Bulgarian Secession and a representative of Bulgarian modernism, combining symbolism, Art Nouveau and expressionism in his work

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