March 28, 2024No Comments

Mongol Empire: Cultivating Artistic Renaissance Across Realms

The Mongol Empire, often overlooked for its literature and fine art, harbors a hidden treasure—its role in nurturing the creative spirit of diverse cultures. Join me on a journey to uncover how the Mongol Khans, remarkable patrons of the arts, ignited a revival of creativity. We'll explore eras from Genghis Khan to Kublai Khan, and the cross-cultural exchanges that enriched this empire's artistic tapestry.

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March 22, 2023No Comments

Origins of Oil Painting: More Ancient and Beyond the West

Researchers uncover something new everyday, you might have missed this major discovery from fourteen years ago.

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March 5, 2023No Comments

Chinese Scholar’s Rock in the Form of a Fantastic Mountain 

During the Qing dynasty, the appreciation of Gongshi reached its peak. Scholars and artists alike sought after the most magnificent stones to showcase in their homes and gardens. These stones have inspired China’s poets and painters. 

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December 16, 2022No Comments

India’s Oldest Continuously Practiced Faith with a Sculpture

On other Jain sculptures I have researched I also noted swastika symbols which are also found in Buddhism and among many other cultures worldwide. Jainsm and Buddhism have similarities, emphasizing discipline and purification of the mind and body. 

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