London, South Kensington
12 May 2015
A GROUP OF THREE THANGKAS
The first thangka depicts Padmasambhava seated on a lotus base holding a flower vase in his left hand and a khatvanga staff in his right. He is surrounded by various deities amongst mountainous landscape scenes. The second thangka depicts Vajrasattva holding a vajra in one hand and shanta in the other. The final thangka depicts four arhats and a wrathful deity to the bottom right.
18 7/8 in. x 28 3/8 in. (48 cm. x 72 cm.)
The collection of Cheng Huan, Q.C., S.C.
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