|Date Range||1700 - 1799|
|Lineages||Drukpa (Kagyu) and Buddhist|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
Ngagwang Zangpo (1546-1615 [P874]). It is very likely that this set of paintings was commissioned or painted by Drokun Gawa'i Shenyen ('gro kun dga' ba'i bshes gnyen) a 17th/18th century Drugpa Kagyu Lama from Eastern Tibet [TBRC P5051]. Gawa'i Shenyen claimed to be the rebirth of Ngagwang Zangpo.
Jeff Watt 2-2017
Reverse of Painting
English Translation of Inscription: Ye Dharma Formula: - Om ye dharma hetu prabhava hetum tesham tathagato hyavadat tesham cha yo nirodha evam vadi maha shramana svaha
Translation: "All phenomena arise from causes; Those causes have been taught by the Tathagata, And their cessation too has been proclaimed by the Great Shramana." (Rigpa Shedra translation).
Special Features: (Cursive script (Umay), is black, includes "Om Ah Hum" inscription)