Padmasambhava - Pure Land (Copper Coloured Mountain)
(item no. 111)

Tibet

1800 - 1899

Nyingma Lineage

89.54x57.79cm (35.25x22.75in)

Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton

Collection of Rubin Museum of Art

(acc.# F1997.8.2)

 
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Padmasambhava (Tibetan: pe ma jung ne) residing in the three-tiered palace on the Copper-coloured Mountain. In the main chamber are the 25 principle disciples. To the left and right of that are the deities Hayagriva and Guru Drakpo.

Jeff Watt 9-2000


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Publication: Eternal Presence

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Padmasambhava: Copper Coloured Mountain
Padmasambhava: Copper Coloured Mountain (Chogyur Lingpa)
Subject: Purelands & Sacred Geography
Collection of Rubin Museum of Art: Painting Gallery II
Subject: Dreams & Dream Yoga
Painting Style: Eastern Tibet, Kham (Kham-dri)



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