research product . 2019

About the Historical and Contemporary Integration of Art Works in the Fine ARTS of Uzbekistan

Rahimberganovich, J. S. (Jumaniyazov);
Open Access Indonesian
  • Published: 30 Oct 2019
  • Publisher: Centro de Investigaciones en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades desde América Latina
  • Country: Indonesia
The article expressed an opinion about the historical and current state of the works of the monumental painting of Uzbekistan. Since ancient times, the development of monumental art works presented data on its origin. In particular wall paintings. As we know, monumental painting is a type of monumental art. At the present stage, it is closely connected with architecture. This painting is applied directly to walls, arches, floors, ceilings, windows, etc. It can be either the dominant feature of an architectural monument or its decoration. However, this is the oldest type of painting. It has been known since the Paleolithic. Cave paintings, paintings in caves, created by primitive people, have been preserved on almost all continents. These monuments are very valuable, and sometimes the only source of information about the characteristics of cultures of different historical eras. The author analyzed the research and commentary of researchers on the historical and current state of the works of the monumental painting of Uzbekistan and presented them in this article.
free text keywords: Indonesia, artistas y creadores, arte medieval, arte antiguo, perlas de arte, historia del arte, Bellas artes, and creators, artists, medieval art, the ancient art, pearls of art, history of art, Fine arts
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