London, South Kensington
22 February 2007
A Tibetan Thangka, 18th Century
Ink, colour and gilt on cloth painted with three distinctive Arhats, each with finely gilt decorated voluminous robes, their heads encompassed by a halo, surrounded by attending monks amongst mountainous and foliate landscapes - 23 5/8in. x 16¾in. (60cm. x 42.5cm.), silk brocade mounts.
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