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

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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.

    You'll receive a framed, heavyweight, giclée, acid-free print that's created to last for generations.

    • Handmade by expert picture framers
    • Giclée, museum quality, acid-free paper
    • Framed prints are delivered ready to hang
    • Milled, high-quality wood with a satin finish
    • Hanging hardware and acrylic front-protector is included


    ➤ DIGITAL-RESTORATION ART

    We specialize in digital recreations of vintage sacred and surreal art. Each work is a handmade digital restoration of the original image, not a pixellated copy of an Internet image that some other vendors may sell. We provide high-quality, clean digital restorations — true to the original — with great attention to detail.

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    Museum Quality, Giclée Paper

    Museum-quality, acid-free giclée paper and Epson inks won't fade or discolor over time.

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    Pre-Installed Hanging Hardware

    Hanging hardware and acrylic front-protector is included


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David Dietrich
It is a nice image, but clearly a print. I...

It is a nice image, but clearly a print. I own several original thangka antiques and was hoping that this would look more like an original piece of artwork.

This is my own fault—I like the image, but probably shouldn't have made this purchase.