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Chinese style painting. Brushed ink on paper, with light wash of colors.

This painting depicts a distant yet intimate scene of Mongolian desert living, with a formation of desert populus in the foreground and a Mongolian ger (house tent) and a rough fence visible beyond the trees. There is a tall pole near the ger that stretches out two strings of flying banners. The presences of these banners, carrying various prayer messages, is a Mongolian custom of religious waship or a good-faith gesture to the nature.

135 cm x 68 cm (approximated 53.1x26.75 inches, unframed).

The original artwork and hi-def Giclée reproduction prints may be available for purchased, unframed. Please contact us for price and availability.

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Borhigit, Haobisi (Ink on Paper)Borhigit, Haobisi (Ink on Paper)One of the most prominent artists in China, Borhigit is known for his exotic desert scenes and methodical interpretation of trees, flowers and wildlifes.

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