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20" x 24" original oil painting on stretched canvas. Free shipping.

Horse polo has an illustrious history in Mongolia. Genghis Khan used it to entertain and train his cavalry. His hordes transported polo, “the game of kings”, to every part of a vast empire that stretched from Korea to Europe in the 13th century. Polo was a training method of the Mongol cavalry in the middle ages.

“Polo Mongolia” was painted in an elegant, classical-styled composition with beautiful colors. Seen in the painting are two Mongolian warriors competing in a polo game in front of cheering crowds. In the background are 'gers', portable round tents covered with skins or felt which they used as movable homes. Ger is Mongolian word for ‘home’.

Multiple layers of paints were applied in short, bold brushstrokes, giving the painting a nice texture and lively, vibrant feeling. This is an elegant painting that will grace any home or office.

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oil on stretched canvas

Polo Mongolia. Free shipping. (1992)


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This artwork is sold by Surin Jung from United States

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