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Costumes from Mongolia – A Peep into the Past

December 19, 2013 1 min read

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A discussion on a forum board opened my eyes to the details that form part of the background of paintings. In this particular case, the forum discussed rugs in the paintings of old masters. But since then, my eyes search for the hidden value delivered by dated photos and paintings.

Presenting some old photos and sketches by travelers that reveal the costume culture and lifestyle of Mongolia.

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A first view of a world that I must visit. Soon.

jm

Dec 2013

* Pictures are from ebay

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