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Tibet Tibetan Thangka Tangkas Buddha Buddhist Art Thanka Mineral Painting #071

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Original Tibetan Thangka Tangkas Painting, 100% Hand Painted High Quality Artwork


~ Featuring ~
* Genuine Tibetan Master Thangka Painting Art - All Original, 100% Hand Painted *
* Mineral and Organic Pigments; A Real Divine Beauty with Long Lasting Artistic Value *
* Highly Professional in Compositions, Details and Colors Used *
* High Precision in Systematic Grid of Angles and Intersecting Lines *



Tibetan Thangka Tangkas Art


Background and History of Thangka Painting Art

Thangka, seen in every monastery and family shrine in Tibet, is actually a kind of Tibetan scroll-banner painting and is a unique art form that belongs to the Tibetan culture. Its history can be traced back to as early as the Tubo period (or Songtsen Gampo period, about the 7th century), as a combination of Chinese scroll painting, Nepal painting and Kashmir painting. From the relics of Karuo in Qamdo, we can find the trace of Thangka.


Content and Composition of Thangka Painting Art

The content of Thangka has various subjects such as historical events, personage biographies, religious doctrines, social customs, folklores, mythical stories, images of deities and Buddha, etc. The composition of a thangka, as with the majority of Buddhist art, is highly geometric. Arms, legs, eyes, nostrils, ears, and various ritual implements are all laid out on a systematic grid of angles and intersecting lines. Thangkas are usually placed upright in a rectangular shape while a few that deal with subjects of Mandala are in square. Pictures are painted with mineral and organic pigments, and take the artist few weeks to few months to finish.


Tibetan Thangka Tangkas Art


In 2006, Chinese government aligned with United Nation UNESCO heritage policy, accredited Tibetan Thangka an Intangible Cultural Heritage, recognizing its contribution on cultural diversity and human creativity, and safeguarding this human treasure to be kept alive.


"Absolutely stunning in its fine details and workmanship - a work of divine beauty, and a fine exemplary of oriental art!"



Item #: XZZATK071
Measurements: 45 x 62 cm
Material: Mineral Pigments on Cotton Canvas adorned with silver
Theme: Green Tara
Optional silk brocade hanging for additional fee of US $50


* IT IS ORIGINALLY DRAWN BY TIBETAN MASTER, NOT BY APPRENTICES *



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