Chenrezig,Woodblock Thangka Art
Chenrezig,Woodblock Thangka Art
❤This thangka comes from the Derge Sutra Printing Temple (a famous cultural heritage).
It is made on traditional Tibetan hand-made drawing paper using ancient engraving and printing techniques. (Please see the introduction below) The hand-made seal at the bottom of the painting contains: carved Tibetan paper by Derge Sutra Printing Temple（德格印经院雕刻藏纸）
It still being made in the same way as they have been for almost three hundred years: handprinted from hand-carved wooden blocks.
You can see the exquisite plant lines on the drawing paper, because the paper is handmade from pure natural plant materials, such as Pennisetum.
❤9 DIFFERENT FRAME COLORS
There are a total of 9 different colors for you to choose, please select the color number when you purshace.
Frames of different colors may vary in size, please understand.
Material: cloth, silk,canvas,Tibetan Paper
The front is covered with silk to protect Thangka With exquisite wooden painting shaft and lanyard
❤Size & Weight
FRAME SIZE Top width:55cm / 21.65" Bottom width:69 cm / 27.16" Height:100cm / 39.37"
Core Size: 33cm(Width) *50 cm(Height) (about 12.99" * 19.68")
❤ABOUT Four-armed Avalokitesvara
Avalokitesvara with four arms is the patron saint of snow-covered Tibet. Tibetans from old to young chant their six-character Daming Mantra: "Om Mani Pad Mi Hum".
The four-armed Avalokitesvara of Silence has a beautiful shape. He has four arms, white as a moon, black hair in a bun, with Amitabha as the crown, and he wears large ring earrings, necklaces, chest accessories, bracelets, Eight ornaments such as foot jewels, plump face, slightly curved eyebrows, eyes slightly closed, looking down naturally, small mouth closed, expressions like compassion. The two hands of the main arm are combined with the palm prints on the chest to hold the Mani Orb; the other two hands hold the crystal rosary in the right hand, and the left hand holds the eight-petal white lotus, staring at all beings with the eyes of the Bodhisattva, and all those who are watched by it are free.
❤ABOUT DERGE SUTRA PRINTING TEMPLE
The Dêrgê Barkang (pronunciation "Dehr-gheh", alternative names Derge Parkhang, Dege Parkhang, Derge Sutra Printing Temple, Dege Yinjing Yuan, Derge Barkhang, Dege Barkhang, Barkhang, Parkhang, Bakong Scripture Printing Press and Monastery) is the barkang (printing house) associated to the Goinqên Monastery.
It is one of the foremost cultural treasures of Tibet.
Derge is a county seat in a high valley in Kham, an eastern district of traditional Tibet which is now part of China's Sichuan Province.
The Derge Parkhang is a living institution devoted to the printing and preservation of Tibetan literature, a printing temple that holds the greatest number of Tibetan woodblocks in the world. The Derge Sutra Printing Temple (Parkhang in Tibetan) is one of the most important cultural, social, religious and historical institutions in Tibet.
Founded in 1729 by Demba Tsering, the fortieth King of Derge (1678–1739) with the spiritual and literature assistance of the 8th Tai Situ Panchen Chokyi Jungne, the Derge Parkhang is an active center for publication of Tibetan Buddhist sutra, commentaries, and thangka as well as works of history, technology, biography, medicine and literature.
Books are still being made in the same way as they have been for almost three hundred years: handprinted from hand-carved wooden blocks. Cinnabar is used to colour the text red,in which workers can print eight to fifteen pages manually a minute,2500 in a day,from wooden blocks that have already been engraved with text.Thirty printers are in working condition where printers work in pairs, one puts ink on wooden press, later cleaned in a trough, while the other rolls a piece of paper using a roller which is imprinted red with sayings of Buddha.
1.This thangka is made to order, it will takes about 5 days to complete and ship.
2.Please allow 1-2cm error due to manual measurement.
3.The color may have different as the difference display.
Please make sure you do not mind before you bid.