Metal Sculptures of the Tibetan Imperial Period: By Yury Khokhlov

February 12, 2013 · No Comments

"The fully developed production of metal sculptures during the Tibetan Imperial Period (600-842 AD) has been extensively documented by Tibetan historical sources [1]. However, only few Tibetan statues have been attributed to that time and stylistic features of Buddhist art at this stage remain debatable...."

The article follows on from a talk given at the Fifth International Conference on Tibetan Archeology & Arts, Beijing (2012.10.22-10.24). [See].

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