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A pair of Tibetan Thangka, 18th/19th century, each in natural stone pigments, one depicting Tsongkhapa, the other depicting deity with serpent, 28 x 40 cm (2)

A Nepalese thangka, depicting a profusion of Buddhist figures, llamas, beasts and demons. 55 x 43 cm, framed and glazed

A Tibetan thangka, painted in polychrome on cotton depicting eleven-headed, one-thousand-armed Chenrezig, bodhisattva of compassion, framed by a flaming mandala, surmounted by a Buddhist llama and deities. 48 x 32 cm, framed and glazed

A framed Nepalese thangka, painted in polychrome, depicting a sphere of worlds and lives held in the grip of a wrathful deity. Framed and glazed. 62.5 x 45 cm

Tibetan Thanka scroll. Buddha to centre. Tempera on fabric. 37 x 31 cm

Set four Buddhist cotton Thangka, each depicting a deity and inscribed in characters verso. Possibly Tibetan?. 32 x 33 cm (each image) 55 x 30 cm (total, each)

Seven finely painted Mongolian miniature Thangka paintings, [7], depicting Maitreya Buddha & other wrathful deities, miniature Thangka paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a t

A set of eight large size miniature Mongolian Thangka paintings, 19/20th century, [8], depicting, Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava & wrathful deities, miniature Thangka paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are of

Ten fine Mongolian miniature Thangka paintings, 19th century, [10], depicting, Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava & wrathful deities. Provenance: Suzy Lebasi / Soo Tze Oriental Antiques, miniature Thangka paintings are used for personal spiritual prac

Nine finely painted Mongolian miniature Thangka paintings, [9], depicting Buddha, Bodhisattvas & other deities, miniature Thangka paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when traveling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a type of

A set of five fine Mongolian miniature Thangka paintings, [5], five paintings of auspicious symbols & a protector guardian, early 20th century, miniature Thangka paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kept i

Twelve fine Mongolian miniature Thangka paintings on cloth, 19th century, [12], depicting, Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava & wrathful deities, miniature Thangka paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kep

A Thangka, 'The Lives of Buddha', intricate detailed polychrome painting by Phunsok Art, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, c.1989. 72 cm x 50 cm

Hand painted thangka, depicting Padmasambhava the lotus born Guru., depicted seated on a lotus throne with skull cup and holding a Vajra. Ladakh early 20th century, framed within a brocade boarder. 69 cm x 48 cm, Padmasambhava was the tantric master invite

Embroidered Thangka of green Tara, made by the Tu people in Qinghai province, china, circa 1985. 84 cm x 52 cm

Fine hand painted thangka, depicting Milarepa, seated in his mountain Cave on a yogins antelope skin holding a skull cup. Together with volume one and two of the hundred Thousand songs of Milarepa (Shambhala dragon Publications). 82 cm x 57 cm, Milarepa is

Hand painted thangka, depicting Avalokiteshvara the Buddha of infinite compassion, flanked by the Bodhisattvas green Tara and white Tara. 58 cm x 40 cm

Hand painted thangka, seated on a lotus throne with hands in the teaching mudra. Atisha was the Indian Buddhist master who helped to revive Buddhism in Tibet in the 11th century. Ladakh early 20th century, framed within a brocade boarder. 70 cm x 49 cm

A Thangka of Tsongkhapa and his field of accumulation, 19th century 86.5 cm x 58.7 cm, with brocade: 84 cm x 147 cm. Provenance: Queensland Private Collection, acquired in Kathmandu in 1968 1968

A Tibetan thangka depicting Bodhisatva, 19th century. 56 x 37 cm, framed and glazed

Nepalese Thangka 20th century finely hand painted. 50 x 38 cm. Provenance: purchased from CV. Warisan, 1998

A Nepalese Thangka hanging panel, c.19th/20th century, with Chinese silk brocade and cover flap, the painting itself has a central mandala and a bodhisattva Avalokeieshvara with multiple heads protruding from the top surrounded with flames, the mandala is

A Tibetan Thangka, early 20th century, in frame, depicting various deities with multi-headed Buddha to centre, script verso, with remnants of Chinese style brocade. Height 29 cm. Width 20 cm

A Tibetan Thangka with Vajrayogini, the scene is divided bwtween earh and heaven, Vajrayogini is dancing in the centre of the scene, with Buddha watching over all. (the scene symbolizes Buddha's existence in all places both heaven and earth,)? 82 cm x 62 c

A Thangka of a white Tara, Tibetan, 19th century Dhyanasana with right hand in bhumisparsa and left hand holding a lotus, wearing a Crown and dhoti with a billowing scarf, seated on a lotus throne with a mandorla surmounted by a red seated deity, gauche on

A Tibetan Thangka with murals, 18th century, depicting the central King Buddha riding a lion, his custodians guarding him whilst riding various types of animals. Notes: the painting materials include fine sackcloth and mineral pigments, 88 cm x 54 cm

Nepalese or Tibetan Thangka. Buddha enshrined. Inscriptions verso. Tempera on cotton. 73 x 51 cm (image, not including fabric surround)

A Thangka of Amitabha, Tibet, late 18th century 40 cm x 60 cm. Provenance: Private collection NSW, acquired in London in the 1980s

A Thangka of Hevajra, early to Mid 20th century, Tibet 79 cm x 57 cm. Provenance: Private collection VIC, purchased in 1970 in Darjeeling

A fine Tibetan Buddhist silk Thangka Mandala painting, mid 20th century. 82 x 58 cm (image size)

A fine antique Tibetan 'Wheel of life' Thangka, early 20th century, in strong polychrome pigments on fabric, the wheel of life is central to Buddhist teaching and depicts the circle of the cosmos held by a fierce figure symbolising change and death. Length

An embroidered and painted Thanka depicting various Buddhist scenes. 78 x 52 cm.

An early 20th century Tibetan thangka, the cruciform centre, ring border and exterior incorporating numerous deities, llamas, and blue Tara with consort, extensive landscape base, dominant tones of red, various blues and green. Provenance: Ex. The estate o

An fine antique Tibetan Thangka, in gouache and depicting various deities with their symbolic gestures and positions in landscape settings surrounding a central goddess, possibly green Tara, raised upon a cloud throne, well painted in a predominantly green

A Tibetan 'mandala' Thangka, 19th century to early 20th century, fitted with woven brocade, inscribed blessing to the back, 35 cm x 51.5 cm

Antique Chinese Thangka painted on fabric with central Mandala with six Buddhas 76 cm high, 54.5 cm wide

Eastern Thangka. Distemper on cotton on board 90 x 63 cm

A Tibetan Thangka painted on silk, depicting a Buddhist scene. Characters on reverse. 108 x 71 cm

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