|Native Name||Thangka (uncertain)|
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Culture||Tibetan | Lamaism | Buddhist|
|Provenience||Tibet | Nepal|
|Date Made||17th Century - 18th Century|
|Materials||Silk | Paper | Ink | Pigment|
|Iconography||Offerings | Eight Buddhist Symbols | Brahma | Jewels|
|Inscription Language||Tibetan Language|
Painting with ink and opaque pigment on silk backed with heavy paper. Tibetan Lama painting of various offerings to a deity. Devis bearing the eight Buddhist emblems and the 'offerings of the five senses'; Brahma and other (Hindu) deities bearing other offerings; personifications of the seven jewels; and (in lower corners) the 'seven personal jewels'. In center, an altar with usual fittings, and at bottom a basin of jewels. Typical Tibetan technique. Inscription in modern Tibetan on back.
|Credit Line||Purchased from Viginier of Paris; Avery Fund, 1924|
|Other Number||CG94-1-77 - Found in Collection Number|
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