Vajrapani and Consort, Tibet, 15th-16th Century Antique Buddhist Sacred Thangka Fine Art Print with Hanger

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  • Vajrapani (a Buddhist protector) holds a vajra (Tibetan ritualistic weapon) in his right hand and a ritual bell in the left. He's garbed in a  tiger-skin, and wears a skull crown and jewelry made from snakes and human bones. Hindu deities, including Garuda,  Chakrasamvara, and Vajrapani are seen in the background, partly obscured by smoke and fire.

    This giclée, acid-free print comes ready to hang with its own hand-crafted, solid-wood hangers. Discrete magnetic fasteners to keep your print secure. It's an elegant and contemporary way to showcase your art. Prints use eco-friendly, water-based inks. 

    • Each hanging kit contains four wooden strips with color coordinated cords
    • Magnetic fasteners hold your print in place without tearing or marking
    • Museum-quality Enhanced Matte Art (EMA) paper is both beautiful and strong
    • The lightly-textured, matte finish captures fine lines and subtle colors, resulting in stunning works of art


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