Tibetan Art Calendar 2013

Please note that calendars are unable to ship via USPS Media Mail. If you are ordering a calendar and Wisdom books, you should place the book orders separately to ensure the least expensive shipping.

28 pages, 16.5 x 23.5 inches
$14.48
ISBN 9780861714261
Mon, 01/21/2013 - 12:35 -- wisdom

Poster-sized reproductions of classical paintings produced to the highest standards. Wisdom’s Tibetan Art Calendar is an annual favorite.

The antique scroll-art masterpieces seen in Wisdom’s Tibetan Art Calendar 2013 are called thangkas. While the thangka is common to Tibetan Buddhists, its finest examples are highly sought-after in the international art community and have become hot properties in the same vein as Oriental rugs and ceramics. As a result, the best of these works are seldom, if ever, available for public viewing.

This is why Wisdom’s Tibetan Art Calendar is so special. It's an affordable way to enjoy incredibly rare and meaningful works of sacred art, year-round. These thirteen sacred paintings by Tibet’s master painters represent a variety of classical images, mandalas, deities, and icons. Each poster-sized picture is produced to the highest German printing standards, and is suitable for framing. Complete with in-depth explanations of their cultural and philosophical significance, these exquisite fine art reproductions will be treasured for years to come.

Please note that calendars are unable to ship via USPS Media Mail. If you are ordering a calendar and Wisdom books, you should place the book orders separately to ensure the least expensive shipping.

For 2013, the calendar returns to its traditional days of the week and moon phases layout.

Images for the 2013 calendar are:

  • Medicine Buddha
  • Ushnishavijaya
  • Vajrabhairava and Vajravetali
  • Buddha's Miracles
  • Arhat Vanavasin
  • Fifth Dalai Lama
  • Hayagriva
  • Wrathful Deities of the Bardo
  • Khasarpana Avalokiteshvara
  • Arhats Ajita, Vanavasin, Kalika
  • Tara, Savior from eight dangers
  • Mahasamvara Kalachakra
  • Arhat Kalika

 

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