Gerel Dzjind, artist from Oelan Bator. Emigration under the Genghis Kahn. 166 x 118 cm.
Drawing in Indian ink on gouache (geographical map of contemporary Mongolia), bought about 1995 from the headquarters of Kanach, the Dutch friendly society Mongolia at that time.
Detail 1 below the drawing: Two carts pulled by oxen haul each a Mongol Ger, belter known in the west as Yurt. The Mongol Yurt, made of felt, looks friendly on the outside with its round form and gives the atmospheric and authentic tent a feeling of solidarity and security on the inside. The Yurt has a diameter of 6 meter and has 5 sleeping places: a twin bed, a bunk bed and a convertible sofa bed.
Detail 2: Camel caravan