Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century
Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century
Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century
Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century
Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century
Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century

Tibetan Chinese thangka 19th.century

1850 to 1900 China

Offered by Bart Wouters Gallery

£390 gbp
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The thangka, a Tibetan painting using ground mineral pigment on cotton or silk, functions as one of the principle meditational tools in Buddhist practice.
A thangka usually depicts a central Buddhist deity or teacher surrounded by associated gods and lineage figures, describes events or myths attributed to important religious teachers, or outlines the blueprint of a particular deity’s realm as a mandala. The viewer accrues merit and makes spiritual progress by meditating on the iconographic imagery associated with the particular Buddhist teaching.
Each of the thangkas selected below comes from an exceptional collection of Himalayan Paintings ranging from the 15th to 19th century*. Of varying sizes and depicting both wrathful and peaceful imagery, these works illustrate the vast array of iconography and styles in this ancient painting tradition.
good condition
Mc.Lean collection Belgium
Dimensions
Height 120.00 cm (47.24 inches)
Width 70.00 cm (27.56 inches)
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