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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
[[File:M.F. Husain Painting India.jpg|thumb|M.F. Husain, India's Picasso.]]
 
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Oriental art

A thing of beauty is always fresh, vital, principled, and divine. [1]


Some samples of its masterpieces:

Amorous Couple Maithuna India
Krishna

"We are the same as plants, as trees, as other people, as the rain that falls. We consist of that which is around us, we are the same as everything. Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it." Buddha.

"The flower is a jumble of thighs, the sun's harem - the most oriental thing imaginable." Malcolm de Chazal.

"A nice cottage. A clean table. A clear sky with a beautiful moon. A vase of flowers. No cares of the world." 15th-century Chinese writer. [2]

"Making contemporary art can throw up obstacles but it does not worry me. I am eternally optimistic; I am Chinese." Cai Guo-Qiang.


Horse and Groom, by Haydar Ali, early 16th century.jpg

Horse and Groom, by Haydar Ali, early 16th century, Iran.

At the State Hermitage Museum, over 180,000 items including paintings, sculptures and examples of applied art (jewellery, domestic and cult objects), give an idea of a remarkable cultural heritage of the Orient from the time of the ancient civilizations emergence to the present. The exhibitions occupying 50 museum rooms contain the collections of items from Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Central Asia, Byzantium, countries of the Near and Far East. [1]

See also

M.F. Husain, India's Picasso.
Progress through Education by Carlos V. Francisco, Philippine.



Dragons symbolize wisdom, virtue and strength.

Dragon_Qinq_Dynasty, China
Persian miniature, Harun al-Rashid in "Thousand and One Nights".

External links

The Old album by Iman Maleki Iran
Royal Fort, Pakistan.
Hexagonal tile with floral decoration, Turkey, 1540 - 1545.

Framed medallion Turkey.jpg

Framed medallion, Byzantine Empire, 500–700. Turkey.

References

  1. A THEORY OF ORIENTAL AESTHETIC By Kenneth K. Inada.
  2. Asian Art at the Met.
Base of the Elephant Terrace, Angkor, Cambodia.
Sacred Art of Japan.
Noah's Ark, Malaysia.

Mohd Hoessain Enas Minah 1958 Malaysia.JPG

Mohd Hoessain Enas, Minah, 1958, Malaysia.