Milarepa was a tibetan monk, living in the beginning of the 12th century.
He was continuously on the road, and was composing sacred songs.
He was made a deity and is generally, as seen on the thangka, represented sitting on a gazelle skin, his right hand behind his ear, as if listening to something, his left hand on his left thigh, holding the alms bowl.
He is seated in a mountain landscape.
Three dedication script characters .on the back
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SIZE OF THANGKA WITHOUT FRAME : 66 cm X 46 cm
HIGH QUALITY FRAME WITH CLARITY GLASS TO PROTECT THANGKA
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second half of the 19th century
Good general condition, normal signs of age wear
Please check pictures for global condition
Collection constituted by Mrs. L. and Mr. B. former ambassador of Unesco in India in office in the years 1960 to 1970.
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- 19e eeuw
- Regio / land van herkomst
- Titel kunstwerk
- Small Thangka, polychomy on canvas with golden highlights depicting Milarepa
- Goede staat, zie beschrijving
- 86×66×5 cm