As a mobile temple, the development of Thangka has been inseparable from Tibetan Buddhism. It not only embodies the characteristics of Tibetan Buddhism in different historical periods, but also combines the cultural characteristics of different regions. Recently, a collection of precious ancient Thangka appeared in the collection of Beijing’s “Thangka art heritage collection exhibition”.
From the time and the geographical span of the 12-19 century, the west, Tibet and the Tibetan East have been involved. From the perspective of cultural integration, Kashmir, para, Nei Zang and Han Tibetan style works are also displayed, trying to clearly show the visitors the evolution and inheritance of the different periods and different regions of the Tang card.
This Tang card is respected as Shakya Muni Buddha, high bun wide, thin eyebrow long eyes, Yo Toshiro, stature, broad shoulders, broad shoulders, broad shoulders and wide breasts, showing the great wisdom of the venerable courage and Transcendence of six ways, one hand in touch with the ground, and the other hand to sit on the Leo, with a strong Nepal art style. Ge. There are two Bodhisattva with the Guanyin. There are flying and golden winged birds, surrounded by thirty-five Buddhas, the Green Tara and the White Tara, and the big black sky for the Sacha school. The layout is regular, the characters are different, the whole hue is not much, but the color is balanced and warm and rich wave. Art style. From the layout style, it is close to the early grottoes and the banners. It is basically the same as the Green Tara Thangka in the early post Hong period of Jimei Museum in France, which is a valuable early Tangka.
It is a special type of painting subject in the Tibetan Buddhism. The upper and right sides of the Tibetan Buddhism are painted with the five sides of the Buddha and the golden Gang, in the middle and in the middle of the painting. The master is more realistic, the head is red and the lotus flower cap, the wide brow, the long mouthpiece, the Tibetan robes, the one hand, the first law wheel and the symbol of the wheel king. It shows that the Lord has great secular power, and sits on the lion’s seat with a pestle, a diamond bell, a net bottle, a GABA bowl and so on. The master is a very important subject in Tibetan Buddhism, and the Tibetan Buddhism takes the sect as the highest practice, and pays great attention to the practice of the following and the ritual.
This Tang Ka is the master of Tang Dong Jeb, and there is an unlimited Buddha on the top of Thangka. The Lord has a wide ear, a wide ear, a beautiful eye, a white robe, a red encrusted rimmed cloak in the outer cover, a pair of legs, a treasure vase, a long longevity grass, a chain of iron, a bridge on the bottom of the river, a boat service, and a vivid picture. Tang Dong Jeb, a famous monk in Tibet, was a famous Buddhist monk in the post Hiro period. In his life, he established the earliest Tibetan opera group to raise funds for his own responsibility. He was the ancestor of the bridge and drama of the Tibetan architecture. Shou yuan was 125 years old and had great influence in the Tibetan area.