Works dating from the second century through the twentieth reveal how Buddhist power was visually expressed and transmitted throughout Asia.Read full description
Figure of Vajravidarna, Eastern Tibet or Southwest China, 11th–12th century; yellow silt stone; on long-term loan to BAMPFA from a private collection.
Lin examines works in Master Traces, Transcultural Visions to highlight the importance of lineage and courtly culture in Tibetan Buddhism.
Create a personal handscroll inspired by Buddhist art in Master Traces, Transcultural Visions.
For ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)
The curator of Master Traces, Transcultural Visions explores the important role of narrative art in Buddhist teachings.