The Eternity of General D. Sukhbaatar in Visual ArtsArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar, February 2, 2023 /MONTSAME/. This year marks the 130th anniversary of the birth of General D. Sukhbaatar, the Mongolian political and public figure, communist revolutionary, founding member of the Mongolian People's Party, and leader of the Mongolian Partisan Army and the movement for freedom and the country’s independence. In dedication to the anniversary, the exhibition under the name “The Eternity of General D. Sukhbaatar in Visual Arts” is opened in the National Museum of Mongolia.
In this exhibition, more than 60 masterpieces of Mongolian artists from all generations were displayed. Specifically, there are “Young Sukhbaatar” by State Honored, People’s Painter U. Yadamsuren, “Temporary State Meeting” by State Honored, People’s Painter A. Sengetsohio, and “Two Parties’ Merge” by People's Artist, Double State Prize winner and Honored Artist of Mongolia O. Tsevegjav.
Moreover, visitors can enjoy other types of visual arts, such as sculptures, embroideries, and carvings, depicting General D. Sukhbaatar.
Art critic O. Sosor: The exhibition “The Eternity of the General D. Sukhbaatar in Visual Arts” is aimed to perpetuate the General who led the People's Revolution of Mongolia in history and to promote his merits to our succeeding generation through visual arts. This exhibition is the rare chance for people to see the valuable works stored in the collection of the National Museum at once.
During the 1940s and 1950s, the People's Revolution was very significant, so General D. Sukhbaatar became an inspiration for many artists to create their masterpieces. But, there are no artworks that had been painted when the General was alive. The collected artworks till today were all painted based on historical facts and his friends’ memories about him. One of the prominent examples is the “Portrait of Sukhbaatar” by People’s Artist U. Ydamsuren.
The exhibition will take place until February 23.