Lot 208

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Description: 19th C. Tibetan tangka or meditative scroll painting on linen possibly depicting Bihar, a heavily bejeweled and flaming three-faced deity holding torch and bow and arrow, mounted on foo lion, surrounded by smaller depictions of multicolored deities and animals in fantastical landscape, some clouds inscribed with Tibetan script, cobalt blue silk trimmed in mustard yellow and orange, two dowels, script and red pagoda chop mark verso, pen inscription near one dowel outlining attribution of deity, floral silk covering with two ribbons, tiny holes, rips, and tears, discoloration and paint loss throughout, ss: 23" h. x 15 1/2" w., as: 48 1/4" h. x 32 1/4" w. [Deaccessioned from a Connecticut Museum]

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