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|Painting, Wall-painting with glue colours on loess ground, 42х31 cm|
|Origin: Kuchar, Eastern Turkestan, 6th century|
|Source of entry: Anthropology and Ethnography Museum, 1931|
|Exibition: Chinese Art and Culture: 2000 BC - 20th century|
JSTOR: Dokhtar-i-Noshirwan (Nigar) Reconsidered
It is also interesting to note that in Nigar courtly donor figures in Central Asian dress occupy the balconies where, as in the Hindu Kush, ...
Wooden Covers of the Two Gilgit Manuscripts in the Sri
The donor figures, both here and on the covers of the Manuscript No.2, seem to have ethnic features of Gilgit with some Central Asian affinities. ...
donor.General questions addressed include why. Asian dress is marked as .... He played a central (if. overly self-inflated) role in the organization of the ...
in the Kushan Empire: Ideals of Physical Beauty as Portrayed
Their apparent copying of central Asian dress is in fact indirect and comes ... Gandhara artists represent far more often actual women (lay donors, nuns, ...
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