From: East Tibet

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Native Name Thangka
Object Number 51-4-134
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Tibetan | Buddhist
Provenience East Tibet
Date Made 19th Century
Section Asian
Materials Pigment | Silk
Iconography Ushnishavijaya | Guardian Figure | Five Dhyani Buddhas | Bodhisattvas | Gandharvas | Manjusri | Avalokitesvara | Vajrapani | Sitatapatra | Buddha of the Past | Buddha of the Present | Buddha of the Future | Kubera | Jambhala | Chorten | Vasudhara | White Tara | Green Tara

Painting. Ushnishavijaya Nine Deity Configuration. Ushnishavijaya with two principal attendants and six Dharmapala guardians as in 51-4-133. Top: The Five Dhyani Buddhas in bodhisattva garb, and two Gandharvas pouring down holy water (like the Nagas in 51-4-133). Upper right: Manjusri, Avalokitesvara, Vajrapani and Sitatapatra (with umbrella-like banner). Upper left: 3 Buddhas of the past, present and fugure and an unidentified goddess. Below, center: Kubera, Jambhala and a chorten. Bottom: Vasudhara, White Tara, Green Tara, Kubera in Dharmapala form: offerings of silk and jewels. Typical East Tibetan style. Painting separating from mounting.

Height 103 cm
Width 62 cm
Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Robert R. Service, 1951
Other Number 28-U - Other Number

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