Illuminated Iconographic Tibetan Calligraphy“Transformation"
This piece shows three rare blue lotus flowers representing the ‘past, present and future’ the passing of time.
This illuminated calligraphy translates as ‘Transformation’, the
script style is called Dru tsha; a cursive script traditionally used for
free style Tibetan calligraphy.
‘Transformation’ is made up of two words in Tibetan, the first word sprul meaning emanate, incarnate, manifest. The second bsgyur meaning change, transform.
The particular technique used here is brushed in a resist leaving the natural colour of the paper.
In Eastern iconography, the lotus flower is often symbolic of purity
and is considered an example of transformation, feeding from the
composting mud at the bottom of a lake or pond, transforming into the
most pure and glorious of flowers, standing proud high above the water
surface, un-splashed by the (Samsaric) bustle of pond life.
Each print is signed and stamped with the personal seal of Tashi Mannox.If you are interested in purchasing this print please email us directly.
- Large size of 67x50 cm @ £300.
- Half size of 50x33.5 cm @ £230
outstanding reproductions are printed on a thick
museum conservation paper, ensuring stability and are UV colorfast. The reproductions are premium-quality giclée printed, on mould-made papers (the
finest and oldest paper-making technique) of 310-315 g/m². The papers; Velin and Aquarelle
100% rag, are of museum conservation standard, ensures
stability and UV colorfast ink longevity of more than 120 years.