Mongol (uran) zurag (US: /ˈmɒngɒl ˈdˈzuːrɑg/ lit., “Mongol painting”) is one of the most eminent, long-living art movements in Mongolian visual art history. Countless gifted artists continue to create in this genre that uniquely expresses the Mongolian nomadic philosophy through thin fluid colors, fine contours and delicate motifs applied on a cloth canvas to present a flattened and thorough composition. Whether it is the landscape of a countryside with a bird’s-eye perspective or the portrait of a figure in his or her milieu, Mongol zurag artworks tell a story through actions that seem to be taking place simultaneously in the past, present and future.
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