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Female Buddhas: Women of Enlightenment in Tibetan Mystical Art
Author Mullin, Glenn H. ; Watt, Jeff
Date2003
Pages231
PublisherClear Light Books
Publisher Url http://www.clearlightbooks.com/
LocationSanta Fe, NM, US [聖塔菲, 新墨西哥州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
NoteCopyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
KeywordArt; Tibetan; Rubin; New York; Private Collections; Art collections; Donald
AbstractWhereas the art of most Buddhist countries features a preponderance of male images, the art of Tibet has traditionally emphasized what the authors call "the strong role of the feminine." This book, one of the first Western titles ever to analyze this unique artistic tradition, is the companion volume to a touring art exhibit about female buddhas. Mullin, a Tibetologist and Buddhist scholar, writes that feminine imagery in Tibetan frescoes and tangka paintings reinforces the notion of the personification of wisdom and meditative consciousness. In Part I, Mullin explores the historical importance and symbolic significance of female buddhas, while the accompanying full-color photographs and illustrations demonstrate their role in daily devotion and meditation. Part II is devoted to the art and its interpretation, with dozens of reproductions of Tibetan masterpieces, drawn from the collection of the Rubin Art Museum that is slated to open in 2004 in New York.
ISBN9781574160680
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Created date2008.09.10
Modified date2014.05.20



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