Mongolian Fine Art Masterpiece: “The Himalayan Mountains”Video
MONTSAME National News Agency in cooperation with the Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery is presenting a series of Mongolian fine art masterpieces. This time, we are presenting the artwork, Himalayan Mountains, which was made by State Honored Cultural Artist M.Tsembeldorj.
The artwork was made with oil paint on a 70x181 ratio canvas in 1977. M.Tsembeldorj was the first person to become trained in restoring artworks in Japan. Once he had the chance to take in the exquisite view of the Himalayan Mountains from the airplane window he drew a quick draft and made sure to remember it clearly, which later on became this valuable artwork.
The ‘Himalayan Mountains’ artwork portrays the colors, ratios and the summits of the Mountains to the point that one could believe it is real. You could see foggy mountain tops as well as the distant mountains, which is depicts in a lighter color. The artwork looks more lively with the warm yellow color of the morning sun in the midst of the cold blue mountains and a touch of green.
The clear blue depiction of the mountains brings joy to its viewers. As the artist created the artwork of the Himalayas from the depth of his memories with realistic style, it’s no wonder that it makes the viewers feel as if it’s seen through their own eyes.
The artist created over 2,000 artworks in his lifetime, most of which is now a part of collections owned by foreign art collectors.