The Art Gallery of Sozopol was established in 1991.
It is housed in the building of the old school "St. St. Cyril and Methodius" on the same street at the end of the old town.
The building was built more than a century in a Renaissance style and was declared a monument of culture.
The gallery has been one of the hosts of Bulgarian and foreign artists since its inauguration during the annual Festival of culture and arts Apollonia.
The Permanent Exhibition of the Art Gallery includes 287 works of painting and graphics, including works donated by participants in the International Mariners 'Artists' Works.
These include works by the famous Sozopol painters Jani Chrisopoulos and Petar Katerkov, the loved in Sozopol Alexander Mutafov - one of the first Bulgarian painters, as well as Georgi Bozhilov-the Elephant, G. Baev, M. Maslarova, Elsa and Vlado Goevi.
The permanent exposition of the Art Gallery of Sozopol includes about 40 sculptures made of marble, granite, bronze, chamotte, gobro and wood-plastic.
Among them are works by Nikolay Shmirgela, Georgi Gonev, V. Simeonov, P. Petrov.
The Art Gallery of Sozopol is open from Monday to Friday, from 10.00 am to 9.00 pm.
Sozopol, 63 Kiril and Metodi Str.
+359 55 022 202