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L’artiste Bazaa dans son atelier

Bazarvaani Sambuu

Bazarvaani Sambuu (Bazaa) was born in 1982 in Uliastai, Zavkhan Province. After an education at the Ravjiv Gandi School of Crafting and Manufacturing (1999-2002) and graduating from the School of Fine Arts of the Mongolian University of Culture and Art.
He is today an independent artist who loves horses and is passionate about depicting them in various attitudes and momentum. In his childhood, he tamed fouls, young horses and he was also a horse racing child
His style could be related to neo-realism as his brush and knife convey a sense of being part of his modern painting.

Painting of horses in motion

"The Clatter"

2014 Oil on canvas 130x180cm

An all pink yet with foggy, unclear design. Not painted with brushes, nor with palette knife but using a different technique. The painting depicts fierce, fiery and impetuous horses.

Painting of a herd of horses in various positions

"The Clatter - 3"

2014 Acrylic on canvas 100x300cm

A pure-bred horse, energetic, fiery, something that makes you proud, unrepeated movements… Just singular movements. The painting crystallizes a very energetic moment.

Horses tied to the stake in the rain

"At the Hitching Post"

2012 Oil on canvas 90 x 180 cm

Cold, bluish colors for a realistic design of horses standing at the hitching post after a rainfall at the time of twilight, at the moment of nightfall.

Horses in a black and white painting
"Khans’ Horses"

2013 Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm

A modern setting for the purposely black and white painting of the Khans’ horses waiting for their masters as these are in a meeting.