This simple Thangka de-accessioned by a monastery in Mongolia is estimated to be from the 18th century.
There is an handwritten inscription of more than 6 lines at the back in Tibetan script.
47.5 x 34 cm
IIt is also generally a dark painting as seen in the first photo. The photos of the details appear brighter than the real painting.
Has mild fold marks, has tears and is heavily darkened
The tears the darkening are all testimonies of that life lived in the presence of butter lamp smoke and vapours for more than a century in a Monastery
This item has spent a lifetime being used for the purpose of its creation with the original artist/user. Signs of this life lived heartily may be present on the piece in the form of stains, thread loss, loose threads, holes, tears, color run and other imperfections. Therefore the condition must be assumed to be “not” perfect. More photos of such imperfections will be provided on request.