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Lama, troligen Sonam Tsemo, förgylld kopparlegering. Tibet, troligen 1600/1700-tal.

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Lama, troligen Sonam Tsemo, förgylld kopparlegering. Tibet, troligen 1600/1700-tal.

Laman avbildad sittande i lalitasana på dubbel lotustron, klädd i munkrock med dekor av en växtslinga och stövlar. Han hållander en skrift i handen med tibetansk inskription som lyder lam....??. Ansiktet och håret med senare guldbemålning. Förseglad med en bottenplatta med dubbelvajra. Höjd 17 cm.

Slitage.

Proveniens

From the Collection of Heidi Boyce Broström (1943-2022) and Dan Axel Broström (1915-1976).

Dan Axel Broström was the third-generation ship-owner in the prestigious Broström Company group. When he took over the firm in 1949 they had 18 000 employees.
The Canadian model and geologist Heidi was Dan-Axel Broströms third wife, the couple lived at the fashionable Särö, a few miles south of Gothenburg.

Utställningar

Compare with Bonhams, Jules Speelman Completing a Cycle
- 60 Years of Devotion. 11 June 2024, Paris, Avenue Hoche. Lot no 3.

Litteratur

Sonam Tsemo (1142-82) held office as Sakya monastery's 'throne-holder' (Sakya Tridzin) for only three short years before passing it to his younger brother so that he could devote his life to unencumbered study. He never married or fathered children, preferring the life of a retreatant, yet Sonam Tsemo remained a lay practitioner, indicated by his long-sleeved cloak. Revered for his scholasticism as the Sakya's Second Founding Patriarch (Jetsun Gongma Nga), his foundational texts include a commentary on the Bodhicharyavatara by Shantideva, explanations on the final two chapters of the Hevajra root tantra, instructions for reading Sanskrit, and Door to the Dharma, a text giving an overview of all of the Buddha's teachings. 

Övrig information

Tibetan Buddhist art integrated previous artistic traditions into a new style which became highly realistic and influential. The spiritual aura radiating from the figure is rendered dynamically by the skillful craftsmanship.

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