First of all, we saw images, sculptures, rock-engraved scriptures, coins, terra cotta and various objects of historical and archaeological value.
The entire museum has been divided into many compartments, namely anthropological division and display section, etc.
His skill in creating art is un-measurable in my eyes, and only few would even come close to his level of expertise.
In Dali's work, he uses many different icons and symbols.
it says that this picture was made because the creative person wanted to demo his thought that the universe could pass on with a cosmopolitan linguistic communication. he wanted to unify all the civilizations that surround the universe.
How do you perceive art and what does it mean to you?
Manuscripts in different languages were also displayed in archaeological sections. Coins of different periods of time made us familiar with the artistic skill and technological progress of the time.
It was very interesting to see the historic Ajanta and Ellora paintings in one corner of the museum.
Each one of them expresses an thought or feeling on each piece of art that they make.
I choose the picture named “Jefa” ( Patronessas ) . which was an Argentine creative person who lived the most portion of his life in Europe. This picture attracted my attending because I saw a cat on the center of it.