Tibetan Thangka of Shakyamuni Buddha
The hanging scroll showing the deity seated in dhaynasana on a lotus dias backed by a double-nimbus, wearing rich red and orange brocade robes and holding an alms bowl in his left hand and the stem of a single lotus flower in his right, surrounded by various scenes in a mountainous landscape accompanied by gilt Sanskrit inscriptions, mounted on embroidered blue silk and linen within a double gold silk frame, the verso consecrated with a long inscription in sanskrit. Image 27 x 18 inches
C Estate of Elsie Shallon
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