185

A Thanka
Mongolia, 18th century
A painting of Vaishravena with its original silk border. Vaishravena is an apparition of Jambhala, the god of wealth and prosperity. He is seated on his riding animal the snow lion and can be identified by the jewel spitting mongoose he is holding in his right hand.
H. 52.5 x W. 31.3 cm
Provenance:
Astamangala, Amsterdam
Collection Brummelhuis, Amsterdam

Taxatie
€ 1.500 - 2.000
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