From the City of Angels to the Holy City

A self-described representational painter, Ignatov’s works float fluidly between impressionism and realism.

Photo of art supplies.

One of Charleston, SC’s feature writers, Patra Taylor, meets artist Ignat Ignatov.

The art of Ignat Ignatov

This article by one of Charleston’s prolific feature writers, Patra Taylor, introduces readers to the art of Bulgarian-born  impressionist, Ignat Ignatov, whose paintings are featured at LePrince Fine Art located on Charleston’s historic King Street.

About Charleston Style & Design

Charleston Style & Design is a quarterly magazine for the discriminating reader who has a zest for living and is eager to discover new horizons in Charleston and the Lowcountry. It is the premiere design publication in the Charleston area. Quentin Senise is the publication’s publisher, and Debra Kronowitz is the editor. Patra Taylor is one of many talented feature writers who regularly contribute to the quarterly publication.

Quote from article: “Some are loose and sketchy so they fall more into the impressionism category,” he explains. “Sometimes I get the painting much tighter. I tend to go with the flow…I go in the direction the subject points me in terms of interpretation.”

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Author: Patra Taylor

A freelance writer for three decades, Patra Taylor is currently a regular columnist and features correspondent for the Charleston Mercury. In that capacity, she has interviewed numerous Charleston celebrities along with a few national figures including FOX News political commentator, Tucker Carlson; Washington, D.C. insider-turned-winemaker, Bear Dyke; and country music singer/songwriter, Philip Claypool. She is also a regular contributor to Charleston Style and Design and the Southeast Film Guide.

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