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                                    Hai Ri Han 海日汗

Hai Ri Han( b. 1958- ), a talented Mongolian ink painter, trained in Beijing. Perhaps it is because Mongolian blood runs through his veins that his art is so unusual compared with anything that came before. Something that Chinese ink painters would never have in their paintings was the wild and free nature of the Mongolian.

Haiís people and animals were free, dreamily wandering on the grasslands or in woods or beside streams. They appeared to be in complete harmony with nature. His women were sexy, and graceful, as if goddesses often flew across the paintings; his animals quick-witted, their eyes wide-opened, often emerged near the women. A Buddhist who believed in gods and the soul and samsara, he let his world become an illusion of the past, present and future life. You can feel the most mythical humankind in his paintings. He painted them as simply and unadorned as Chagall, as freely distorting as Picasso.

 His outstanding technique of ink painting allows him to manipulate fine lines and tints of ink and colors effortlessly, as if they were done by something inhuman. There also were the influences of Buddhist mural paintings and the folk arts of the grasslands in his paintings. This wildness, unrestraint freedom and  religious mystique made his art unique and brilliant.


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hirhan 1,2001.JPG (24307 ??)

Summer I                  

ink and color on rice paper

26.5 x 26.5 in

hairhan green.JPG (23881 ??)

Floating Green

ink and color on rice paper

26.5 x 26.5in

hairihan blue.JPG (25415 ??)

Summer II

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road I

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road II

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road III

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road IV

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road V

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road VI

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road VII

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road VIII

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

Silk Road VIII

ink and color on rice paper

19 x 21.5 in

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