A Pair of Ritual Cabinet Doors Tibet
|Size||60 cm x 40 cm Each|
A very fine pair of painted ritual cabinet doors with the face of a Mahakala Deity from Tibet. Mahākāla is a protector deity known as a dharmapala in Vajrayana Buddhism particularly most Tibetan and Mongolian traditions. Painted on uneven wood panels , 19th Century.
Provenance: Suzy Lebasi Collection . The Todd Barlin Collection
Exhibited: The Art of Compassion: Buddhist Art from the Todd Barlin Collection 2018 Sydney Australia
Published: The Art of Compassion: Buddhist Art from the Todd Barlin Collection 2018 Sydney Australia Page 38 ( this catalogue is available for sale)