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Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll, Yuan or early Ming Dynasty, 13th-15th century, after Chao Meng Fu (1254-1322)


Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll, Yuan or early Ming Dynasty, 13th-15th century, after Chao Meng Fu (1254-1322)


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Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll, Yuan or early Ming Dynasty, 13th-15th century, after Chao Meng Fu (1254-1322)

CHINA: HORSE RIDERS.
Equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. Left detail of a painted silk handscroll, Yuan or early Ming Dynasty, 13th-15th century, after Chao Meng Fu (1254-1322)

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This print captures a mesmerizing scene from ancient China, showcasing equestrian acrobats in a Mongol circus. The left detail of a painted silk handscroll, believed to be from the Yuan or early Ming Dynasty (13th-15th century), depicts the incredible skill and artistry of these performers. The image showcases horse riders gracefully performing daring feats while mounted on their majestic steeds. The acrobats effortlessly balance themselves on their saddles, demonstrating remarkable control and agility. Their vibrant costumes add an element of visual splendor to the scene, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of China. Painted by Chao Meng Fu (1254-1322), this artwork exemplifies his mastery in capturing movement and expression through brushstrokes. The intricate calligraphy accompanying the painting adds another layer of depth and meaning to this historical masterpiece. As we delve into this snapshot from history, we are transported back in time to witness the entertainment that enthralled audiences during that era. It is a testament to the enduring fascination with equestrian skills and performances throughout Chinese history. This print is part of Granger Art on Demand's Carousel Collection, which celebrates fine art pieces like this one that have stood the test of time. It serves as a reminder not only of our shared human history but also highlights the beauty and talent found within different cultures around the world.

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