Country: TibetType: ThangkaName: Thangka depicting the Haloed Vairocana BuddhaMaterial: gilded polychromy on canvasPeriod: Tibet, end 19th - Early 20th centuryDatation: C.1900
.Four faces representation, crowned and jewels adorned, sitting in meditation on a lotus in front of a mandorla decorated with flowers and foliated scrolls, holding the Dharma in his hands. He is surrounded by eight followers. The edging is decorated with dragons facing the sacred pearl and with scriptures in chinese and sanskrit. Sanskrit inscription on the reverse.Encased within three strips of silk brocade.
Height (cms): 104 // 121Length (cms): 85 // 102Provenance: Collection constituted by Mrs. L. and Mr. B. former ambassador of Unesco in India in office in the years 1960 to 1970. Art market: Rossini 14062018
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