|Date Range||1200 - 1299|
|Lineages||Kagyu and Buddhist|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
|Collection||Rubin Museum of Art|
Pagmodrupa Dorje Gyalpo (1110-1170). (See Pagmodrubpa Main Page).
Pagmodrubpa was one of the three principal students of Gampopa, the founder of the Pagdru Kagyu School. Eight of his students went on to found eight further schools; Drigung, Taglung, Drugpa, Yamzang, Tropu, Martsang, Yelpa and the Shugseb. These became known as the Eight Smaller Schools of the Kagyu Tradition.
(See another painting of Pagmodrupa with an almost identical composition).
Jeff Watt, 8-2005
Front of Painting
English Translation of Inscription: (No inscriptions on the front).
Publication: Selection of Works - Painting (RMA)
Tibet: Densatil Monastery
Teachers: Early Paintings of Teachers
Teachers: Early Teachers (Left Facing)
Tradition: Marpa/Dagpo Kagyu Main Page
Subject: Composition - Registers
Painting: Composition Types
Collection of Rubin Museum of Art (RMA): Main Page
Painting Style: Indian Style Painting (Including Pagdru & Taglung Subjects)
Video: Art History (YouTube)
Painting: Styles of Painting
Teacher: Pagmodrubpa Dorje Gyalpo
Subject: Eight Siddhas In One Painting
Painting Style: Examples
Collection of RMA: Best of Collection 1
Teacher: Pagmodrubpa Masterworks
Collection of RMA: Painting Masterworks Page
Collection of RMA: Persons Masterworks
Painting: Art Topics
Collection of Rubin Museum of Art: Painting Main Page
Collection of Jourdan-Barry