ARTISANS: EMBROIDERER Media: watercolor, colored pencils, acrylic & ink on Bristol Size: 11x14" Background: a tanghka (traditional Buddhist religious painting with embroidery) depicting an unknown deity, circa 1400, from the Lower Sange Monastery in Tibet. The monastery was partially destroyed during an attack by the Red Guard in 1972. The monks and Lamas that survived the attack went into hiding until 1988, taking with them as much of the artwork and relics as they could save. The monastery is currently undergoing reconstruction. View Details LIMITED EDITION PRINT: OPEN EDITION PRINT: Original: For sale. Please see this page for details.