The third exhibition’s subject of the Moró Antik gallery was the coptic textiles, these very vulnerable and marvelous artworks. The 34 exhibited pieces were on loan from 7 Hungarian private collectors.
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Japanese boxwood netsuke from the 18th century, depicting an oni-devil holding the mask of his arch-enemy -Shoki-. Figural netsuke (katabori). Double-hole himotoshi...
Mongolian Thangka painting depicting Garwa Nagpo. Popular wrathful deity with one face and two hands, he is dark blue in colour, with three eyes....