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).
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|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.|