Formation of Ancient Sculpture on the Territory of Uzbekistan

  • Dilmurod Saymamutovich Pulatov Candidate of Arts, Namangan State University, Uzbekistan
Keywords: Sculpture; Monumental Sculpture; Plastic; Treatment of Light and Shade; Form; Volume; Composition; Traditional Direction; Stage; Art Interpretation; Stylistic Approach; Image


This article examines the process of formation of ancient sculpture in Uzbekistan, the analysis of its historical development stages, creative traditions and artistic features, the connection of sculpture with socio-cultural life, common aspects of folk arts, ancient fine arts, detailed information on its role in development.


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How to Cite
Saymamutovich Pulatov, D. (2022). Formation of Ancient Sculpture on the Territory of Uzbekistan. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 5(7), 290-294.