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The Work Of Uzbek Artist Lekim Ibragimov

A mega-painting by Uzbek artist Lekim Ibragimov is set to embark on a world tour. Eight meters high and 66 meters long, it's inspired by the collection of folk tales "One Thousand and One Nights." Ibragimov has exhibited his art in a number of countries in Western Europe and Asia, and his work can now be found in museums in Tashkent, Almaty, Moscow, Novosibirsk, and Budapest.

"The Melody of Kurmangazy" (oil on canvas)
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"The Melody of Kurmangazy" (oil on canvas)

"Black and White" (Mustangs Saga, oil on canvas)
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"Black and White" (Mustangs Saga, oil on canvas)

"Hukusai and Fudzijama" (oil on canvas)
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"Hukusai and Fudzijama" (oil on canvas)

"The Anger of an Arabian Runner" (oil on canvas)
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"The Anger of an Arabian Runner" (oil on canvas)

"Horsewoman from Turfan" (oil on canvas)
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"Horsewoman from Turfan" (oil on canvas)

"Eastern Princess" (oil on canvas)
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"Eastern Princess" (oil on canvas)

"Secrets of Linec" (oil on canvas)
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"Secrets of Linec" (oil on canvas)

"A Thousand Angels" (painting)
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"A Thousand Angels" (painting)

A promotional video presents a mock-up of the exhibition of the massive "Thousand Angels and One Painting" in Prague.
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A promotional video presents a mock-up of the exhibition of the massive "Thousand Angels and One Painting" in Prague.

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