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Paubha de Mahakala.  Newar.  Vallée de Katmandu, Népal.  Mi-20ème siècle.  48x72 cms.

Paubha de Mahakala. Newar. Vallée de Katmandu, Népal. Mi-20ème siècle. 48x72 cms.

Paubha du Bouddha Amitabha.  Newar.  Vallée de Katmandu, Népal.  47x58 cms.  début du 20ème siècle

Paubha du Bouddha Amitabha. Newar. Vallée de Katmandu, Népal. 47x58 cms. début du 20ème siècle

A nineteenth-century or earlier Tibetan Thanka, the painting on cotton depicting Green Tara, the embodiment of infinite compassion, wearing the five-leaf crown, dhoti scarf and body jewellery, sitting in Lalitasana upon a lotus throne, her right hand resting on her knee, her left raised and holding the stem of a lotus flower.(robertfinan.co.uk)

Tibetan Buddhist Thanka depicting Bodhisattva Green Tara, the Goddess of Wisdom & Compassion, c.

Paubha d'Avalokiteshvara.  Newar.  Vallée de Katmandu, Népal.  Mi-20ème siècle.

Paubha d'Avalokiteshvara. Newar. Vallée de Katmandu, Népal. Mi-20ème siècle.

Paubha d'Avalokiteshvara.  Newar.  Vallée de Katmandu, Népal.  Début 20ème siècle.  59x74cms

Paubha d'Avalokiteshvara. Newar. Vallée de Katmandu, Népal. Début 20ème siècle. 59x74cms

Bouddha Amitabha.  Newar.  Vallée de Katmandu, Népal.  18-19ème siècle.  52x70 cms.

Bouddha Amitabha. Newar. Vallée de Katmandu, Népal. 18-19ème siècle. 52x70 cms.

A fourteenth-century Tibetan painting portraying the goddess Palden Lhamo; she rides a mule over a sea of blood; symbolic elements include a skull cup and scorpion sword. (asianart.com)

Tibetan painting portraying the goddess Palden Lhamo, (the ancient Indian goddess Shri Devi), she rides a mule over a sea of blood; symbolic elements include a skull cup and scorpion sword.

A Thangka Depicting Hayagriva  19 1/2  by 13 5/8  in. (49.5 by 34.6 cm)  Tibet, 18th/19th century

A Thangka Depicting Hayagriva 19 by 13 in. by cm) Tibet…

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