Padmasambhava - 8 Forms: Loden Chogse
(item no. 670)

Tibet

1700 - 1799

Nyingma Lineage

85.09x73.03cm (33.50x28.75in)

Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton

Collection of Rubin Museum of Art

(acc.# P1998.6.3)

 
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Loden Chogse and Pema Gyalpo: from the set of eight main manifestations.

At the left is Loden Chogse, in the appearance of a prince, richly attired, he holds aloft in the right hand a damaru drum. The left hand placed in the lap supports a white bowl.

At the right is Pema Gyalpo holding a damaru outstretched in the right hand and a mirror to the heart with the left. Seated above, between the two, is Shadaksari Avalokiteshvara, white, with four hands.

Jeff Watt 11-2000


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Thematic Set
Collection of Rubin Museum of Art: Painting Gallery VII
Padmasambhava: Eight Forms (Pairs Set)
Padmasambhava: Loden Chogse
Subject: Repeated Background Figures



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