Old Tibetan Tangka,thangka,thanka:four Arms Kwanyin
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Old Tibetan Tangka,thangka,thanka:four Arms Kwanyin:
Tangka is a form of Tibetan Buddhist painting . This beautiful type of art is admired by the common people of China who like to use it to adorn their rooms for the purpose of keeping evil spirits away!Actually, Tangka art has an important religious significance in Tibet where it deals with the subject of the incarnation of Buddha. Examples of Tangka art are frequently used in temples as teaching aids. Mystics and monks view Tangka as a valuable medium for meditation that helps tham reach a higher level of "visualization". Thus, works of Tangka art are very important spiritual aids for Tibetan Buddhists during their religious practice of solemn meditation. The exquisite Tangkas that we sell originate from Tibet where they were lovingly created by monks in Tibetan Temples as a fitting expression of their great devotion and dedication to Buddhism. A Tangka is a striking piece of art that will become the centerpiece of any room where it is exhibited and where it is believed to bestow blessings and protection upon those who look upon it with respect and reverence. The styles of Tangka that are produced today include hand-paintings, embroideries, applique ("Vtshem-drub") and direct prints. In future sales, we will be offering such varieties of Tangka as applique made with padded Satin flowers of different colors plus other types of great beauty. We offer here a wonderful example of hand-painted old Tangka . The overall size of the mounted format measures 28.70x39 inches.All of my Thangka paintings were mounted. Please note that shipping/handling costs will be $18 U.S. for mailing as an International Air package. We can ship Tangka art pieces only on a Saturday or Sunday.Combine shipping,postage can be reduced. I prefer to accept payments from anyone with credit cards through 2Checkout , Paypal, - always FREE! . Please visit my other wonderful Chinese handmade folk art: Chinese PaperCutting.