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The BOV Calendar 2021 – A showcase of Malta’s Artists
15 Jan 2021

The BOV Calendar for 2021 is a showcase of works of arts from BOV’s collection, a collection that features almost 2,000 works from over 200 different artists. These have been collected over the years and are probably the largest private art collection on the island. 

As a major supporter of the local arts scene, the Bank decided to showcase a selection of works by a number of prominent Maltese artists in its calendar for 2021. Titled ‘Lwien II’, the calendar is a continuation of the 2020 paying homage to the artists that are major contributors to Malta’s ever growing, rich artistic heritage. 

This year’s calendar features works by Madeleine Gera, Anthony Spagnol, Antoine Paul Camilleri, Anton Inglott, Austin Camilleri, Carmelo Mangion, James Vella Clark, Philip Chircop, Robert Caruana Dingli, Victor Diacono, Norbert Attard, John Martin Borg u Noel Galea Bason. 

Whenever you visit a BOV Branch or Office, take a look around you, you might be in the presence of one of these masterpieces, or other works from BOV’s collection. 

A digital copy of the calendar can be downloaded from https://www.bov.com/documents/bov-calendar-2021

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