Marzan Sharav

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Baldugiin "Marzan" Sharav (1869 – 1939, Mongolian: Балдугийн 'Марзан' Шарав; marzan = facetious), was a Mongolian painter.

He is often credited with the introduction of modern painting styles to Mongolia, but his most famous work, One day in Mongolia (Mongolian: Mongolyn neg ödör), is done in a more traditional zurag style. His other well-known work includes portraits of the Bogd Khan and his queen Dondogdulam.[1]



  1. ^ Mongolian Art and Culture Archived 2008-02-08 at the Wayback Machine
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