London, South Kensington
12 December 2007
A Tibetan Thangka of Amitayus, 19th century
painting and gilt on cloth with a central seated Buddha figure wearing layers of red, blue and pink robes, his hands held in adhyana mudra, in which sits an alms bowl, surrounded by a blue and white mandarla, and further dharmapalas, Tara's and monks amongst lush trees and greenery on a blue ground -- 25.5in. x 16¾in. (65cm. x 42.5cm.) framed and glazed.
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