Roerich Nicholas. Ajanta: Rock Temples. Art print on canvas
Roerich Nicholas. Ajanta: Rock Temples. Art print on canvas

Roerich Nicholas. Ajanta: Rock Temples. Art print on canvas

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Author Nicholas Roerich (1874 -1947)
Media of Original Painting Tempera on canvas
Genres Mountain Scenes
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Date of Origin 1938
Size of original, cm 91x124.4
The complex, sculptured in rocks of Buddhist monastery ( 2c.BC 7c.AC). There are architectural forms, sculptural décor, paintings devoted to Buddhist mythology full of rich fantasy and color and rhythm beauty. Masters, who made this buildings, inacarnated rural wood architectures forms in stone. Caves, build later on, are designed with sculptures and paintings very rich. These monuments demonstrate the splendor of empire Guptah official art. At the same time painters put realistic and colorous folklore details into them.

See also:
Roerich Nicholas. Ajanta: Rock Temples. Fine art print A3
Roerich Nicholas. Ajanta: Rock Temples. Fine art postcard A6
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