Mongol zurag refers to the traditional Mongol style of graphic arts developed under a range of influences, including nomadic conditions, traditional costumes, religious beliefs and climates. The works on display here, dating from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, have as their subjects nomads and their lifestyle, animals, cities, temples and monasteries. These drawings and paintings were created using various methods, typically either painted with natural earth pigments on cotton, or drawn with brush and ink on paper.
The main characteristic of the Mongol zurag is that many activities and events are shown in a single plane as though occurring simultaneously, in an open composition. The same technique is also used for portraits. Such works are easily identified as Mongol zurag in contrast to the traditional works of other nations. The works of Tsagaan Jamba exemplifies the Mongol zurag style, showing considerable originality, particularly in comparison to the religious paintings of the same period. The subject and composition are freely drawn, and the painting is characterized by fine brushwork and soft color tones. Among the games widespread among the Mongols is uichuur and playing cards. Uichuur sets consist of paper drawings of various animals and birds, depicting their characters and movement in a singular manner.
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