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A Cittipatti skull mask and costume from 19th-century Mongolia, part of “Remember That You Will Die: Death Across Cultures” at the Rubin Museum 2010

A Cittipatti skull mask and costume from Mongolia, part of “Remember That You Will Die: Death Across Cultures” at the Rubin Museum 2010

Tibet | Carved bone ritual apron; the belt with five elements carved in relief with Mahakala, dakinis and skeletons, joined by double strands of beads each intersected by smaller carved elements with conch shells and ritual vessels, below a diamond lattice of double strands of beads with further elements carved with flowerheads and masks, the lower edge with bells | 17th century | Est. £3'000 / 4'000 ~ (Jun '14)

the belt with five elements carved in relief with Mahakala, dakinis and skeletons, joined by double strands of beads each intersected by smaller carved elements with.

17th Century Anatomical Drawings From Tibet  Lazer Horse

This front view of the human anatomy is meant to teach Tibetan doctors-in-training the classification of bones, the positioning of the internal organs, and other facts about the human body.

19th c silver Citapati sold Christies 012

ufansius: Silver-plated bronze figure of Chitipati - Tibet, century.

Yama Dharmaraja (Buddhist Protector) - Inner (HimalayanArt)

Yamantaka, Destroyer of the God of Death (with detail) Date: early century Culture: Tibet Medium: Distemper on cloth The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Капала XVIII-XIX вв.

Nepal Kapala sacred human skull cap hand carved and decorated in semi precious stones.

Buddha Amitayus Attended by Bodhisattvas. Tibet, 11th or early 12th century. Mineral and organic pigments on cloth. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1989 (1989.284)  Though stylistically distinct, this painting of the Buddha Amitayus can be related to the Drathang wall painting. Amitayus is here shown as a massive, introspective figure sitting in a perfect state of meditation. He wears a jeweled crown with fluttering ribbons, and his many necklaces,  by Kurt Behrendt

The Buddha Amitayus Attended by Bodhisattvas Date: or early century Culture: Tibet Medium: Distemper on cloth Dimensions: Overall: 54 x 41 in.

An important and fine painting of Chamsing Begtse Chen, Tibet, 19th century

An Important and Fine Painting of Chamsing Begtse Chen, Tibet, century. This work was offered in the The Van der Wee Collection of Himalayan Paintings auction on 15 March 2016 at Christie’s New York

Дамару, ритуальный барабан человеческие черепа, краски, ткань, кожа 19-начало 20 века, ТибетНовости

Ritual Pellet Drum Tibet, late century Human skulls, animal skin with mineral pigments; embroidered cloth fittings Drum: 5 x 6 x 5 in. Fittings: 21 x 3 in.

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