Buddha Shakyamuni (detail); Tibet; 18th century; Pigments on cloth; Rubin Museum of Art
Rubin Musem of Art
Shakyamuni Buddha with Sixteen Arhats Tibet, 15th century pigments on cloth
Tapestries, Screens, Wall Hangings, Rugs
Mandala plate of Vajrayoginī According to the System of Eleven Yogas, Tibet; 18th century, Pigments on wood. © Rubin Museum of Art, New York
Land of Snows
Avalokiteshvara (detail); Central Tibet; 17th century; Fine gold line, red ground on cotton; Rubin Museum of Art
Buddha Sakyamuni, 12th–13th century. Central Tibet. Brass with color pigments.
Yamantaka, Destroyer of the God of Death Date: early 18th century Culture: Tibet
non western traditions
Tibetan 18th century painting of Buddha.
Buddha folk art
Shakyamuni Buddha. China, 1700 - 1799. Collection of Rubin Museum of Art.
The Lord Buddha: shakyamuni/Siddhartha/Gautama/Historical
Inro with Autumn Carnations and Badger Netsuke Artist: Toryu (Japanese, active ca. 18th century): Walters Art Museum Date (Period): late 18th century (Edo)