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Lama Yeshe Jamyang of Nyurla, Ladakh: the Last Painter Chef of the Drikung Tradition
Author Jackson, David
Source Tibet Journal
Volumev.27 n.1-2 Spring/Summer
Pages153 - 176
PublisherLibrary of Tibetan Works and Archives
Publisher Url
LocationDharamsala, India [達蘭薩拉, 印度]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword繪畫=paintings; 耶喜喇嘛=Lama Yeshe; 佛教藝術=Buddhist Art; 藏傳佛教=Tibetan Buddhism
AbstractDiscusses the Tibetan traditional stylistic approach of monk-painter Lama Yeshe Jamyang of Nyurha and interviews him on the historical information and descriptions of surviving paintings in the 'Bri gung style. Traditional list of six main regional or local painting styles; Traditional descriptions of painting schools; His approach to a definition of contemporary Tibetan painting styles; Study of Tibetan paintings.
Table of contentsthe Interview 154
Birth and Childhood 154
Conclusion 162
Appendix: Surviving 'Bri Gung Paintings 164
A. Wall-Paintings 164
B. Thang kas 165
Notes 173
References 176
ISSN09705368 (P)
Created date2003.12.12
Modified date2020.04.22

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