Dunhuang Frescoes refer specifically to the paintings on the inner walls of grottoes in Dunhuang, China. They are world cultural heritage properties.
The site of Dunhuang Frescoes covers a total area of more than 50,000 square meters, including 522 grottoes such as Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, Western Thousand Buddha Caves and Anxi Yulin Grottoes. They are large in scale, exhibit exquisite craftsmanship, and have rich and extensive themes.
Dunhuang Frescoes depict the image of God, the activities of God, the relationship between God and God, and the relationship between God and human beings, praying for good things and pacifying the soul.
Dunhuang Frescoes have different aesthetic characteristics and styles from secular paintings. They originate from life and appreciate life, originate from art and integrate art, originate from the world and share the world.