Japanese art encompasses a variety of art forms, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, textiles, woodcarving and more. Japanese art has a long history and is closely linked to Japanese culture and religion.
Today we present you the interview with Nyamkhuu Baatar, a skilled Mongolian artist. He is the founder of the "Mongolian Art Society", an award-winning artist of the "Union of Mongolian Artists" and a teacher of Mongolian art at the "Academy of Fine Arts".
This article goes into more detail about Mongolian yurts and its history. Mongolian yurts are a traditional type of semi-permanent shelter used by the nomadic peoples of the Central Asian region and the steppes of the Middle East. Various petroglyphs have been found that prove that Mongolian yurts were built more than 10,000 years ago. In the 13th century, there were already various yurts.