Born on 22.01.1880 in Ruse. Graduated from the School of Arts in Sofia, art of painting in 1905. His instructors were Iv. Mrkvichka, Y. Veshin, Iv. Angelov. For the period 1905 – 1915 he specialized graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris, with Hubert and at the Industrial School of Arts in Sofia and undertook private course with Y. Peter (1911-1915). He began as painter, however, gradually became devoted mainly to the graphic technique. He has impressive contribution to development of the graphic in Bulgaria, especially in the sphere of color acquaint, where he was a pioneer. He created a great number of acquaints, etchings, watercolor and pastel drawings, artistic works, in which he reproduced the authentic image of ancient Bulgarian monasteries, churches, houses, bridges. His works have high value for the Bulgarian culture, since they were displayed in more than 40 international exhibitions in Europe and America. He took part in the Balkan and First World Wars. He chaired the Association of Independent Artists. and was secretary of the House of Press (1931-1935).
Petar Morozov visited Macedonia region in the 1930s. Few examples of his Macedonian works are the aquatint work “Street in Macedonia” and “Saint Iovan Kaneo Monastery” sold by the auction house Victoria, Sofia on 30th September 2010 and are in collection of the author of this lexicon.