The general’s equestrian sculpture is derived from the Mongolian race from the breed and race of the horse. The general’s equestrian sculpture uses exaggerated artistic techniques to fully express the cool and heroic appearance of the characters and the steed. The Mongolian is a traditional nomadic people mainly distributed in East Asia , Is one of the ethnic minorities in China, and is also the main ethnic group of Mongolia. In addition, Mongolians are also distributed in Asian and European countries such as Russia, and the Ewenki and Tu ethnic groups are sometimes considered to be Mongolian branches.

General Equestrian Sculpture Introduction

General Equestrian Sculpture Introduction

The Mongolian people originated from the eastern bank of the ancient Wangjian River (now the Erguna River). At the beginning of the 13th century, the Ministry of Mongolia, headed by Genghis Khan, unified the various regions of Mongolia and gradually formed a new ethnic community. The Mongolian people live in grasslands and live on livestock. Living a nomadic life “living by the grass and grass” Although this mode of survival is weakened in modern society, it is still regarded as a symbol of the Mongolians.