string(23) "edanmdm:fsg_S2014.18a-b" Padmasambhava ("Lotus Born One") - National Museum of Asian Art

Padmasambhava ("Lotus Born One")

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At A Glance

On View
  • Period

    first half of the 18th century
  • Geography

    Central Tibet
  • Material

    Gilt copper alloy, turquoise, pearl, and pigment
  • Dimension

    H x W x D: 51.5 × 35 × 25.2 cm (20 1/4 × 13 3/4 × 9 15/16 in)
  • Accession Number

    S2014.18a-b
  • EDAN ID

    edanmdm:fsg_S2014.18a-b

Object Details

  • Collection

    Arthur M. Sackler Collection
  • Exhibition History

    The Art of Knowing in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas (March 25, 2023 - ongoing)
    Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice Across Asia (October 14, 2017 to February 6, 2022)
    Doorway to an Enlightened World: The Tibetan Shrine from the Alice S. Kandell Collection (March 19 to November 27, 2016)
    Art of the Gift: Recent Acquisitions (July 24 to December 13, 2015)
    The Tibetan Shrine from the Alice S. Kandell Collection (March 13, 2010 to November 27, 2016)
  • Origin

    Central Tibet
  • Credit Line

    The Alice S. Kandell Collection
  • Type

    Sculpture
  • On View

    Sackler Gallery 22a: The Art of Knowing in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas
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