The Museo d Arte Orientale of Turin City, Italy was established in the 17nth century and houses some of the most Asian artworks. Museum of Eastern Art tickets can be purchased online before the day of arrival for easy access and a hassle-free visit. By booking the Museum of Eastern Art tickets online you also become eligible to get some reduction in your ticket charge depending on your age and different categories. School students under the age of 18 and the school staff accompanying them also gets free admission to the Mao Museo di Arte Orientale. Apart from them, senior citizens, specially-abled personalities, certified, tourists guides, ICOM members, employees of the Fondazione Torino Musei and Torino Municipal Cultural Services, and press members also get free admission provisions to the museum. Also with the Museum of Eastern Art Tickets, you get access to some temporary exhibitions and all-day access to the permanent collections
The standing image of Vishnu in the round is an iconographic form known as Vaikunta. The sculpture represents divinity with three faces and four arms reflecting the concept of Vyuhas which was developed by the Panchatantra school of Kashmir. The Vaikunta's posture is characterized by squat proportions, rigid posture, and elements from the syncretic art of Gandhara.
This sculpture depicting divinity is broken at the bust with three crowned heads and four arms. Out of the three faces, one faces towards the front and the other two the opposite sides. The diety also has a heavy chocker with a rectangular pendant and close detailing.
This sculpture has got only the lower parts of the character and the Buddha is seated in a padmasana poster on a molded throne with sloping edges. The figure of Buddha is also accompanied by two devotees kneeling to his right side and another one to the heels of his left side.
The sculpture usually called Tara of the Buddhist steel has got five jinas and two stupas on the top and composition of the central figure Tara and two attendants. The diety of Tara is adorned with all types of ornaments and is posed in the classic and traditional tribhanga pose.
The sculpture of Uma Maheswara has got a signific reference to the scivitic images from Rajasthan and Gujarat attributes running back to the age of 5th and 6th centuries. This artwork represents the figures of Shiva, Parvati, Akshamala, the snake, and the divine bull Nandini.
The Dancing Ganesha from the roots of India is defined by the squat lower limb bent onto the side in dancing steps, followed by eight arms, a fat belly, and an elephant head. The deity also wears numerous pieces of jewellery and behind the elephant's head is a radial aura that stands out with a smooth central part.
This artwork of Triumph Scene in Battle from the Eastern museum of arts is actually a type of wall decoration representing scenes from ancient history. This type of wall presentation is widely present in numerous monuments from the Bayon period. The cultural and historical reference of these artworks dates back to the middle of the thirteenth century. A male figure in the sampot and a double lotus corolla supported by five nagas are the main sculpture respresentation.
The Center of Architrave from the Eastern Museum of Arts has motifs of resting Vishnu in the centre. This structure has four arms and the head by encircled crowns mounted on the Garuda (the vehicle of Vishnu as per the belief) and the two figures rest on the back of Kalamukha
This Standing Buddha made out of Bronze is believed to pose problems od dating and provenance. Those fine nerves and curved fingers on the statue represents and recall the Mon Statuary by Dvarati of the 8th and 9th century. Resources state that North Thailand has preserves of Mon Tradition even after the advent of Thais.
Piccola from China is a small bowl with flattened bottom and as a whole has a concave shape. With specific internal and external decorations on the bowl, two large motifs are juxtapositioned on the rim of the bowl. However, the center of the bowl remains undecorated and this type of design is not so common.
This sculpture in the shape of a perched bird at the Eastern Museum of Arts represents a bird of prey with tails spread, claws raised, and a head clinging to cylindrical perch which is being placed horizontally. A raised round eyes and a thick hooked beak are couple of other features of this ornament made out of bronze in the shape of a perched bird.
The installation of the Storyteller is that of the actor Schuchaong (a type of storyteller representation) and he is depicted here as a small rounder figure with a flaccid chest holding a wooden log piece and a drum. The man's figure is disproportionate, fat, and short and his entire body is in active motion in the activity he is a part of.
Mao Museo di Arte Orientale is a cultural institution that aims at collecting, preserving and educating the world on the same and its relevance. The Museo di Arte Orientale houses significant artworks from Asia and also provides the provision and sources for the in-depth study of the work for scholars who are enthusiastic about culture and the historical richness behind the same. In short, the Museo di Arte Orientale aims to bridge the gap between different worlds and cultures. The installation history of the museum runs back to the year of 2008 when the spaces were designed and artworks were carefully curated under the efficient guidance of Architect Andrea Bruno and Museum Director and Professor Franco Ricca. Installations inside the museum were also inclusive of moving works and also the museum's facilities also catered to the required equipment and monitored storage capacities too. The entire exhibition area was graphically layout with an aesthetic touch thereby promising the best and maximum for the viewers on purchasing Museum of Eastern Art tickets. The installation of the exhibition required a number of professionals ranging from people to take care of the lighting to assembling the art works to perfection. Professionals from the top-notch ranges were hired during the curating and setting up period to never compromise on the quality of the art installations inside the museum. Mao Museo di Arte Orientale's art collections have traveled miles and covered destinations including the Himalayas, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Middle-east and the list goes on. Collecting works from different timelines of all the above-mentioned places and curating them to perfection with the aim of offering the finest experience to the visitors is nothing shorter than an artistic victory.
By Bus: You can board bus number Star-2 from Port Susa and Buses 52,11 and the Tram from Port Nuova to the Eastern Museum of Arts.
By Walk: You can walk for approximately 1.8 kms from Port Nuova and 1.3 kms from Port Susa to the Eastern Museum of Arts
Where can I book Museum of Eastern Art tickets?
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What are the opening hours of the Museum of Eastern Art?
The Museum of Eastern Arts is open on all days except on Mondays from 10 am to 6 pm
Why Museum of Eastern Art is famous?
The Museum of Eastern art is famous for its wide collection of around 2200+ artworks from the entire of South Asia and other nations. These artworks represent cultural and artistic traditions from across the Asian continents and opens door to in-depth studies and historical facts.
When Museum of Eastern Art was opened?
The Museum of Eastern Art was opened on December 5, 2008.
Why Visit the Museum of Eastern Art?
Visit the Eastern Museum of Art for the various art collections from across the Asian continent and for the cultural and native gap, the exhibition tries to bridge. Also, witness the largest collection of artworks around 2200+ under one roof.
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What is in the Museum of Eastern Art?
Inside the Museum of Eastern Art, there is numerous art works and installations from artisans across the Asian continents which also has significant cultural and historical reference.