Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b

Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b

Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b
Hi Everyone & Welcome to my store. I have been working from last 3 years with the Artists mostly based on Tibet, Nepal & other Asian countries in order to help & promoted their skill and Arts. Material:24k gold, Cotton canvas, Stone & natural color. This is an original hand painted thangka. Painting by master Lama Buddhist Artist. LAMA who is professional thangka Artist from Nepal. He have been painting and teaching the art of thangka painting from long time30. The Painting is in very detail and carefully painted & signed on the back of the painting. The Artist have used stone color & gold for the art. The painting is more nice than in the real picture. Of art will be very happy. The thangka can be easily rolled up for packing & moving. The thangka comes with a safety package. Visit my store for more nice thangkas. In Buddhist legend, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara vowed to liberate all beings from suffering, but when he realized the magnitude of his task, his head exploded into countless pieces. His body was then reassembled by the Buddha Amitabha and the bodhisattva Vajrapani – the “wielder of the thunderbolt” into this omniscient form, with eleven heads and a thousand arms. Each of Avalokiteshvara’s hand displays an All Seeing Eye, symbolizing the union of wisdom and skillful means. The first two hands hold a wish fulfilling gem, a symbol of the deepest powers of the human psyche. The next five hold a lotus, a bow, a vase, a rosary, and a wheel. The eighth holds an arrow in the open palmed gesture generosity. An archetype of boundless compassion, Avalokiteshvara’s multiple rows of heads are crowned by the fierce blue face of Vajrapani and the red face of Amitabha symbols, respectively, of uncompromising compassion and the boundless light of the awakened mind. Buddhist tradition speaks of two levels of Bodhichitta, or compassionate mind. On the relative level, compassion consists of intentional acts of kindness. On an absolute level, Bodhichitta requires a total recognition of the non dual nature of reality. Abiding in the selflessness of our true nature, compassionate actions occur spontaneously without thought or premeditation, as expressions of enlightened awarenes. The item “Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b” is in sale since Wednesday, February 17, 2016. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/ Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Paintings/ Scrolls”. The seller is “ktmgallery” and is located in Melbourne. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Product: Paintings/ Scrolls
  • Sub-Type: Original Thangka Painting
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Region of Origin: Tibetan
  • Original/Repro: Original
  • Primary Material: Mixed Material

Rare Signed HandPainted Tibetan Chinese tanka Thangka thanka 24K Gold Painting b