Tibetan Thangka Painting of Sakyamuni

c. 1800

This Tibetan thangka, or sacred painting, is approximately 200 years old. The rich red, green, and blue pigments are still incredibly vibrant. The central figure is Sakyamuni Buddha with alms bowl in hand surrounded by multiple monks in prayer. Its original silk brocade is still intact. Patrons and monks commissioned thangka art to focus their meditations, or prayers. This important & treasured piece has been appropriately & technically framed with respect to its delicate nature.

W: 28.25" D: 1.25" H: 39.25"
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