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Burmese art and its influences

Burmese art and its influences

an exhibition held at 16 Savile Row, London W.1, 8th to 25th April 1981.

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Published by Beurdeley, Matthews in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Burma
    • Subjects:
    • Art, Burmese -- Exhibitions,
    • Art, Burmese -- Influence -- Exhibitions,
    • Art, Buddhist -- Burma -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 57-[60]

      ContributionsBeurdeley, Matthews & Co. Ltd.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN7312 .B8 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59, [1] p. :
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3850746M
      LC Control Number81168672

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      KZL ART Studio and Gallery is founded by well-know artist Khin Zaw Latt and his wife artist Ohmmar in February The Gallery represents the artworks of established contemporary artists as well as emerging artists. The gallery also arranges kinds of interesting exhibitions and charity shows according to its season. ArtAsiaNYC i s pleased to offer a large selection of fine contemporary paintings from Burma (Myanmar). Connoisseurs and lovers of contemporary art will find work that is both rich in expression and technique. At the same time, it is important to bear in mind that Burma has been rather isolated from most of the world for several decades and artwork has therefore tended to .


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By the Gupta period (circa CE) Burmese art revealed a strong link with India. Influences from the subcontinent peaked during the Pagan period ( CE). At the same time, Burma is anchored within the border culture of Southeast Asia. Its Theravada Buddhism finds no modern parallel in by: 7.

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Burmese art has been influenced primarily by Theravada Buddhism, with additional influences from India, Thailand, and China. Learning Objectives Discuss the art and architecture of the Burmese Pyu culture, the Pagan Empire, the Innwa style of the Ava Kingdom, the Mandalay style of the Konbaung dynasty, and the Shan style.

Ranard links the traditional roots of Burmese painting Burmese art and its influences book India with later influences from China, Thailand, Britain, Northern Europe, and America.

Burma is an isolated country, but its art has been a major wellspring of inspiration in Southeast by: 4. Art of Myanmar refers to visual art created in Myanmar (Burma). From the s CE, artists have been creating paintings and sculptures that reflect the Burmese culture.

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Southeast Asian arts - Southeast Asian arts - Burma: One date is crucial in the art history of Burma: ce. In that year King Anawrahta of Pagan decreed Theravada Buddhism to be the state religion of all Burma. This signaled the unity of what had been a divided country, consummating tendencies apparent in earlier Burmese history.

The only major Burmese art. The culture of Myanmar (also known as Burma) (Burmese: မြန်မာ့ယဉ်ကျေးမှု) has been heavily influenced by e culture has also been influenced by its neighbours.

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