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050 00 ND1432.T55|bJ33 2011 
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100 1  Jackson, David Paul. 
245 10 Mirror of the Buddha :|bearly portraits from Tibet : from 
       the Masterworks of Tibetan painting series /|cDavid P. 
       Jackson with contributions by Christian Luczanits. 
246 30 Early portraits from Tibet from the Masterworks of Tibetan
       painting series 
260    New York :|bRubin Museum of Art,|c2011. 
300    xiii, 226 pages :|bcolor illustrations, color maps ;|c31 
       cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Masterworks of Tibetan painting ;|v3. 
500    Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the 
       Rubin Museum of Art, New York, Oct. 7, 2011-Feb. 27, 2012.
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 204-223) and 
       index. 
505 0  Introduction -- Human types in Tibetan iconography: 
       essential distinctions -- Paintings of early teachers of 
       Tibetan Buddhist schools -- Early Taklung Kagy├╝ paintings 
       and their lineage conventions -- Reflections of 
       enlightenment in three early portraits -- Siddha, 
       hierarchs, and lineages: three examples for dating Tibetan
       art / Christian Luczanits. 
520    "Traditional Tibetan art is largely the fruit of Buddhism;
       it is meant to convey spiritual truths. In their art, 
       Tibetans aimed at faithfully transmitting and preserving 
       Buddhism as a spiritual discipline as they had learned it 
       from their Indian Buddhist teachers, either directly or 
       through a transmission that included early Tibetan 
       teachers. Each thangka painting was a small contribution 
       to the larger cause of keeping Buddhism alive and radiant.
       In this third volume on Tibetan Painting David Jackson, 
       with Christian Luczanits, investigates painted portraits 
       of such early Tibetan teachers. Images of these eminent 
       personages embodied Buddhist ideals in often idealized 
       human form. In creating these depictions, Tibetan painters
       of the twelfth through fourteenth century intensely 
       imitated the artistic conventions developed in Pala- and 
       Sena-ruled eastern India (Bengal). This style, called 
       Sharri, spread from India to many parts of Asia, but its 
       classic Indian forms, delicate colors, and intricate 
       decorative details were emulated most faithfully by the 
       Tibetans."--Publisher's website. 
650  0 Buddhist saints in art|vExhibitions. 
650  0 Buddhist painting|zTibet Region|vExhibitions. 
650  0 Tankas (Tibetan scrolls) 
655  4 Ausstellung|zNew York (NY)|y2011. 
655  7 Exhibition catalogs.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01424028. 
700 1  Luczanits, Christian. 
700 1  Luczanits, Christian. 
710 2  Rubin Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) 
710 2  Rubin Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) 
830  0 Masterworks of Tibetan painting series ;|v3rd v. 
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