Imperial Tibetan Gold Woven Tapestry Hanging of the Hundred Buddhas
With seven rows of fifteen Buddhas, each seated in virasama on a lotus throne, woven in multi colored silks and gold thread, each wearing green and gold robes before flaming niches, the landscape setting woven in minute detail before a blue sky. 57 x 128 inches.
Parke-Bernet Galleries, November 5, 1964, lot 201 (illustrated)
This hanging is understood to have been presented to the emperor Qianlong by the Dalai Lama of Tibet, for the Lamaistic temple in Peking.
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