THANGKA REPRESENTANT PEHAR
THANGKA REPRESENTANT PEHAR

TIBET, XVIIIEME SIECLE

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THANGKA REPRESENTANT PEHAR
TIBET, XVIIIEME SIECLE
Pehar is riding the white lion and his six arms radiate around his body while his hands hold the prescribed attributes. He is wearing various garments and his head is composed of three ferocious looking faces. He is surrounded by four other members of the Damcan group and various diminutive local divinities. The upper register is showing Atisha flanked by the stupa and container; brocade mounting.
37¼ x 24½ in. (95 x 62.5 cm.), framed
Provenance
Collection of Mr Julien Cain, France.
Acquired in the 1930s by Colonel Henri Monnet, Paris, and thence by descent to the present owner.
Post lot text
A THANGKA DEPICTING PEHAR
TIBET, 18TH CENTURY

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