What is Chinese Flying Apsaras? What does Chinese Flying Apsaras Painting mean? Flying apsaras originally found on the murals in Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, China, and a symbol of Dunhuang art. Whenever you see the flying beauty, people will think of the art of Mogao Grottoes. There are flying apsaras in every 492 caves. In Buddhism, the gods flying in the air are called flying apsaras. In the Warring States Period and even earlier tombs, there were scenes of rising immortals. Later in Eastern Han Dynasty, the spread of immortal thought and early Taoism became more popular. After Buddhism was introduced into China, it merged with Chinese Taoism. In the Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties shortly after the beginning of Buddhism. With further development of Buddhism in China, the flying person of Buddhism and the flying fairy of Taoism merge with each other in artistic image. The Dunhuang Feitian refers to the flying god painted in the Dunhuang Grottoes, which later became a special term for the unique Dunhuang fresco art in China. We have many Chinese Flying Apsaras paintings that can be mailed to you directly from the artists. We will save you 50% compare the price you get from your local store. you can also contact us and send requests to personalize your paintings.