If you study the evolution of the art of Myanmar painting, notice that the first works of art on the walls of the cave Pyadarlin express the social life of men in prehistoric caves. Before medicine, art and technology is fully developed; these people have done their best to express their lifestyle visually.
Srikshetra in the period (the period Pyu), decorative art could be more common in ornaments, clothes and utensils of the population, especially the parts of Pyu, beads and pottery. In the eleventh century, Theravada Buddhism or Hinayana south of Thaton and Thuwunna Read More »
Myanmar Buddhist art is the first Western exhibition focuses on works of art from collections in Myanmar. The exhibition consists of 70 works, including the spectacular stone, bronze and wood sculptures, textiles, paints, varnishes and ritual instruments of the fifth to the twentieth century. His works include objects created for temples, monasteries and personal devotion, which are presented in their historical and ritual contexts. The exhibition explores how the Buddhist story visually communicates and multiplicity of regional styles. Many of the works in the exhibition have not been shown outside Myanmar. The works are on loan from the National Museum of Myanmar in Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw; Bagan Archaeological Museum; Archaeological museum and Sri Ksetra, Hmawza well as works from public and private collections in the United States.
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Monywa is located in Sagaing Division in Myanmar, and geographically northwest of Mandalay 136 km along the eastern bank of the Chindwin River. It will take 3 hours drive from Mandalay through Sagaing to arrive Monywa. There are many places to visit around the area and one of the many places of interest are Pho-Win-Dong mountain caves where visitors can observe the amazing paintings and mural paintings stone curves throughout the cave.
Through Mandalay Sagaing to arrive Monywa. There are many places to visit around the area and one of the many places of interest are Pho-Win-Dong mountain caves where visitors can observe the amazing paintings and mural paintings stone curves throughout the cave.
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