A revolutionary artist of Tibet : Khyentse Chenmo of Gongkar / by David P. Jackson ; with contributions by Mathias Fermer
In "A Revolutionary Artist of Tibet" author David Jackson focuses on the Khyenri style, the least known among the three major painting styles of Tibet, dating from the mid-fifteenth through the seventeenth century. The painting of Khyentse Chenmo, the founder of the Khyenri style who flour...
|Masterworks of Tibetan painting 6. volume
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|New York, NY : Rubin Museum of Art, 
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|Masterworks of Tibetan painting
|11.93 - Buddhismus
20.30 - Kunstgeschichte: Allgemeines
20.51 - Buddhistische Kunst
|XI, 361 Seiten; 31 cm
|Enthält: Khytentse Chenmo: his life and art -- Gonkar Dorjeden and its Thekchen Chöje traditions -- Previous research -- A recent introduction of Kyentse Chenmo and his art -- Original murals surviving in Gongkar Monastery -- Original paintings on the first and second floors -- Mural paintings of the Sakya founding masters with two Hevajra lineages / by Mathias Fermer -- Sculptures of the lineage masters from Drathang and related Khyenri paintings -- Four sculptures from Drathang and related Khyenri paintings -- Thangka sets depicting the Lamdrew lineage by Khyentse Chenmo -- Paintings of the kings and kalkins of Shambhala by Khyenste Chenmo -- Paintings of the sixteen arhats by Khyentse Chenmo -- Khyenri-style Thangka sets from the sixteenth century -- Khyreni-style Thangka sets from the seventheen century -- Yeshe Tendzin, a twentieth-century painter from Gongkar / by Mathis Fermer -- The possibilites and limitations of dating Tibetan art
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