Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage. Iu. I. Elikhina.
Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage
Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage
Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage
Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage
Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage
Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage

Tibetskaia zhivopis’ (Tangka) iz sobraniia Iu. N. Rerikha. Kollektsiia Gosudarstvennogo Ermitazha (Tibetan Paintings [Tangkas] Collected by Yu. N. Roerich. The Collection of the State Hermitage

St. Petersburg: GAMAS / Herm, 2010. Sewn cl. Yurii N. Rerikh, eldest son of the painter, philosopher, and social activist Nikolai Roerich, went on his first expedition to the Himalayas in 1923, during which he began collecting Tibetan paintings, becoming a pioneering researcher of Tibet of tangkas. The paintings he collected, now in the Hermitage, represent several periods and styles from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. The author, curator of the Department of Oriental Art at the Hermitage, chronicles Yurii Rerikh’s career as an orientalist, outlines the main characteristics of Tibetan painting, and explicates the strange and beautiful imagery of the works. 128 pp., 8 1/2 X 12 ins., 44 color illus., sewn cl., Rus., and ENGLISH. Item #2164
ISBN: 9785915190084

Price: $68.00

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