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Murals of Tibet: Buddhist Art Revealed For The First Time

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Painting of Buddha Amoghasiddhi

Murals of Tibet – Amoghasiddhi (early 17th century) © Thomas Laird, 2018 / TASCHEN.

Recently Taschen published an outstanding book called Murals of Tibet , featuring the work of photographer Thomas Laird.
The book assembles amazing photos of murals preserved in monasteries and temples in Tibet taken by Laird in 10 years.

Thanks to a sophisticated photographic technique, it was possible to capture the complete murals with copious details of these precious and extraordinary masterpieces.
This collection is the world’s first archive of murals of Tibet illustrated in life-size resolution.

We were overwhelmed by the beauty of these amazing Buddhist artworks and wanted to share with you some of the photos that have been released.

Book Cover of Murals of Tibet

The Buddha displayed on the book cover.

Murals of Tibet photo

Interesting iconography

Sacred Buddhist Art

The book is signed by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Ancient mural painting of Buddha

Another beautiful page of the book.

Precious  wall mural of  Avalokiteshvara

Amazing details of another precious artwork.

Murals of Tibet is quite expensive but, if you have the resources, you can find it at Click on the book cover to read more or to order the book.

Shop Murals of Tibet book cover


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