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From the land of the snow lion : Tibetan treasures from the 15th to 20th century : the Justyna and Michael Buddeberg collection
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  • Aus dem Land des Schneelöwen. English.
Title Statement
  • From the land of the snow lion : Tibetan treasures from the 15th to 20th century : the Justyna and Michael Buddeberg collection
  • 2016
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 339 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
General Note
  • Translation of: Aus dem Land des Schneelöwen : Kostbarkeiten aus Tibet.
  • Catalog of an exhibition held at Museum Fünf Kontinente, Munich, December 9, 2016 to June 18, 2017.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 332-336).
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  • The catalogue presents for the first time the rich Tibetan artistic heritage through the collection of Michael and Justyna Buddeberg: carpet manufacture, craftwork in metal and the manufacture of furniture. Previously neglected aspects of everyday Tibetan culture are explored and make the catalogue an essential starting point for further research. 00The Buddeberg collection includes masterpieces of Tibetan art in textile and metal work and presents us with hitherto disregarded aspects of the Tibetan approach to art. Carpets for sitting on or as a riding accessory played a central role in their traditional culture but have hitherto been neglected in research, as has metal craftwork, which focused on the ornamentation of end knobs on the poles supporting the cultic paintings. The lavishly illustrated catalogue closes this gap and presents together with contributions by acknowledged specialists an in-depth overview of the fields of carpet and textile art, metalwork and furniture production. 00Exhibition: Museum Fünf Kontinente, Munich, Germany (09.12.2016-18.06.2017).
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  • 978-3-7774-2626-6
  • 3-7774-2626-1
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Tibet is home to a rich artistic heritage, including some of the world's most treasured works of material and textile art. Particularly well represented within the Tibetan tradition are carpets; metalwork, including poles, singing bowls, and tingsha prayer chimes, and furniture, especially intricately painted trunks and cabinets. This book is an attractively presented, authoritative overview.



Drawing on a private collection, In the Land of the Snowlion brings together breathtakingly beautiful examples of traditional Tibetan material and textile art from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries. Many of the objects pictured play a central role in Tibetan culture, but their uses have remained relatively little known. Hand-woven or hand-knotted sheep's wool rugs, for example, were often crafted for seating or riding, while highly ornamented poles were sometimes designed to support paintings. This lavish, large-format book fills this gap in the knowledge about Tibetan art and culture, with 450 full-color illustrations, as well as essays by the collectors, Michael and Justyna Buddeberg, and contributions from a distinguished group of international specialists in Tibetan art: Koos de Jong, Christiane Kalantari, Petra Maurer, Ulrike Montigel, H. H. Neumann, Lisa Niedermayr, Bruno Richtsfeld, Rupert Smith, Friedrich Spuhler, Elena Tsareva, Hans Weihreter, and Thoma Wild.



Some of the most beautiful and historically significant works of Tibetan art are in the Buddeberg Collection, and In the Land of the Snowlion makes them available to the public for the first time.

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