Zlatka Dabova

Zlatka Ivanova Dabova was born on November 5, 1927 in Pazardzhik. In 1953, he graduated from the National Academy of Arts in the class of Prof. Iliya Beshkov. She works mainly in lithography and woodcut techniques. Favorite themes in her work are folklore, childhood, motherhood, history. She illustrated many books by Bulgarian authors, such as Ludmil Stoyanov, Angel Karaliychev and Georgi Strumski. Dabova also performed in the field of scenography (the plays "Under the Yoke" by Ivan Vazov and "Aesop" by Guillerme Figueiredou).

In 1974, Zlatka Dabova received the title of honored artist.
Participates in OHI, exhibits abroad – Sao Paulo, Warsaw, Krakow, Stockholm, Mexico. Her works are owned by the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, galleries in Banska Bystrica, Sao Paulo, Dresden, etc. 28 of her works are included in an independent collection in the Stanislav Dospevski gallery in Pazardzhik.
She died May 10, 1997.