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By the sixteenth century, the period of so-called "small havoc" includes illustrations to the letter of the Tunisian Altan Khan sent to the mine emperor.
Cup. Serebro, brazen, rubber. XIX in. GM
They show the merits of the Mongolian road to Beijing. Names are Chinese. The first illustration is the scene of the Ordos, followed by large and small settlements. One illustration shows Altan Khan's rate. There are Khans and Khans sitting next to the white bar. All around them are singers, musicians, servants who treat. This picture may have been developed by Chinese artists, who have been well aware of the painting of past centuries and have developed its characteristic features.
Mongolia ' s medieval painting is an interesting monument to the temple in Erdeni-Dzou. One of them was established in the sixteenth century and is dedicated to the betrayal, life and activities of Abatai Khan. Unfortunately, this signature has not been maintained until our days. But a general picture of it can be obtained from a copy by an artist Dandav in the 30s of the twentieth century at the initiative of the Mongolian Institute of Literature and Philology. The local clergy has prevented the work of a painter who had to be copied in a hurry.
Zawa. Ritual kettles. Silver, cheque. XIX in. Private meeting. Ulaanbaatar
As a graphically general composing of the cross-writing, Dandav was unable to transmit her coloristic decision, indicating in some words and pencil marks the main colours.
Each part of the swamp was devoted to the celebration. On the one hand, the Darov ceremonies are portrayed: a priest in a palate like a tree, with a rectangular black crater and a broad-based navigator sitting around the palaces, a man with a posse and a chash in his hand, and on the other hand, a black horse with an eldendan spine. The second part consists of a group of participants in a ritual ceremony, carrying sacraments with sacrifices and long silk halka.
Gabala. Ritual cup. Serebro, brazen, cheque. XIX in. GM
In the last two parts of the han and his wife ' s scripts, preparations are under way for the folk festivities of the struggle, the shell and the swings. In order to emphasize the importance of the main characters, the artist increases the size of their figures compared to secondary actors, which are located on the side of the Khan and Khanshi.
At that time, the influence of Tibetan culture is growing in Mongolia ' s arts.
Having learned the rules and tech of Tibetan paintings, Mongolian artists have created works that do not yield to the best works of Tibetan art.
Lampads. Copper, silver, cheque. XIX in MII