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Ink on rice paper mounted on canvas
Dimensions: 105.0cm(H) x 180.0cm(W) x 4.0cm(D) / 41.3"(H) x 70.9"(W) x 1.6"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Sun: In the original mongol language, "Sun" is the name of the 7th day of the week.
Soleil : En mongol authentique, “Soleil” est le 7ème jour de la semaine.
Die Sonne : In Mongolich, die Sonne ist fuer Sonntag.
El Sol : En mongol original, el carácter sol significa Domingo.
СОЛНЦЕ : это и есть название седьмого дня недели.
Наран : Нар нь адьяа гараг буюу наран өдрийг илэрхийлнэ.
الشمس حتى "الشمس" هو اسم اليوم السابع من أيام الأسبوع.
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Lives and Works: Ulaanbaatar
Naidandorj Enkhbaatar (Naigaa) was born in 1984 in Ulaanbaatar. In 2001, he obtained a Bachelor Degree in traditional Mongolian painting (Zurag) from the School of Fine Arts at the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture.
Naidandorj has solid drawing and painting knowledge that allows him to explore new painting techniques to develop his art and personal style. Often taking the best of "Zurag", the traditional Mongolian painting style, and venturing into modern design and painting using acrylic, Naidandorj distinguishes himself from the stream of Mongolian contemporary artists. He purposely lets paint drop on canvas as his own signature.
His paintings are generally profound and can also betray his renegade attitude towards the current political deviations that Mongolia presently suffers from. His calligraphy style is equally powerful and meaningful.
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