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Mandala of Yamantaka (Conqueror of Death)
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Mandala of Yamantaka (Conqueror of Death)

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Description In the top center of this work is Tsongkapa [Ts'on-k'a-pa] (1356-1418), the deified founder of the Gelugpa [Ge-lug-pa] (Yellow Cap) sect and incarnation of the Manjusri (God of Wisdom).
  • Art of the Asian Mountains. Miami University: Art Museum, Oxford. 1969.
Provenance Mrs. Marguerite E. Blake [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, September 1967, by bequest.
Credit Bequest of Mrs. Marguerite E. Blake, 1967

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18th century
opaque watercolor on cotton
(Painting & Drawing)
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H with ribbon and fabric borders: 31 5/16 x W: 20 11/16 in. (79.5 x 52.5 cm); Image H: 28 7/16 x W: 17 13/16 in. (72.2 x 45.3 cm); H with frame: 53 15/16 x W: 31 11/16 in. (137 x 80.5 cm); Outer border H: 31 x W: 20 1/8 in. (78.74 x 51.12 cm)
  • Tibet (Place of Origin)
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