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Title: The Development of the Prabhamandala in Early Tibetan Art
Language of title: English
Author/Creator: Sjoerd De Vries

Description: This paper traces the historical development of the prabhamandala, the back-support consisting of a throne and triumphal arch, on which deities are depicted in paintings and sculptures. From early Indian to later Tibetan examples, the depiction of the prabhamandala underwent successive developments, incorporating different elements and changing stylisticly. (Ben Deitle 2006-05-04)

Publisher Place: Leiden; Boston; Köln
Publisher: Brill
Normalized publisher place: Leiden
Publisher country: Netherlands
Publisher URL: http://www.brill.nl/
Published Date: 2002
Classification: Tibetan and Himalayan -- Multi-Author Edited Volumes -- Conference Proceedings -- Proceedings of the International Association of Tibetan Studies (PIATS) -- PIATS 9 (2000) -- Impressions of Bhutan and Tibetan Art
Cultural Coverage: India
Temporal coverage: 11th century CE
12th century CE
13th century CE
14th century CE
Language: English
Series Title: Brill's Tibetan Studies Library
Series editor: Henk Blezer
Alex McKay
Charles Ramble
Series volume: 2/3
Source: Impressions of Bhutan and Tibetan Art: Tibetan Studies III. PIATS 2000: Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden 2000
Source Editor: Henk Blezer
John Ardussi
Source Type: Conference Proceedings
Source Page Numbers: 125-132
ISBN/ISSN: 9004125450
Other Agent: Abel Zadoks
Other Agent Type: Assistant Editor
Format: Print media (print or manuscript, including PDFs)
Resource Type: Conference Paper
Release Flag: OK for viewing
Date Of Record Creation: 2006-03-15 17:42:13
Date Record Checked: 2006-05-04
Date Last Modified: 2006-05-04 11:55:46
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