|Date Range||1300 - 1399|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
|Collection||Shelley & Donald Rubin|
|Catalogue #||acc.# P2000.22.14|
Taglung Tangpa Chenpo (1142-1210): founder of Taglung Monastery (1180), central Tibet - north of Lhasa, the head monastery for the Taglungpa sub-lineage of the Kagyu School.
The central figure is surrounded by buddhas, lineage teachers and deities. Along the bottom from left to right are blue-black Humkara, red Vajravarahi, four-armed Chaturbhuja Mahakala, white Aparajita, Four-armed sow-faced red Vajravarahi and red Kurukulle.
Jeff Watt 4-2001
(For additional information see Notes on a Taglung Portrait by Jane Casey Singer).
Subject: Lineage Paintings Main Page
Tradition: Kagyu Teachers (Paintings)
Buddhist Deity: Aparajita (Secondary Figure)
Collection of Shelley & Donald Rubin (Teachers)
Painting Style: Indian Style Painting (Including Pagdru & Taglung Subjects)
Collection of Shelley & Donald Rubin (Masterworks)
Teacher: Taglung Tangpa Chenpo Page
Collection of Shelley & Donald Rubin
Tradition: Taglung Kagyu Main Page
Teachers: Early Paintings of Teachers
Teachers: Early Teachers (Front Facing)
Tradition: Marpa/Dagpo Kagyu Main Page
Painting: Early Works Main Page
Subject: Lineage Paintings - Asymmetrical