A large Milarepa thangka reproduction, printed on canvas.
Considered the Lord of the Yogins, Milarepa is well-known for the depth of his realization, the power of his devotion, and the beauty of his songs of realisation. A renunciate known for wearing simple white cotton cloth and subsisting on nettles. Milarepa inspired and instructed many disciples. Foremost among them was Gampopa, from whom all the Kagyu schools are descended.
Tibetan sacred art is revered as a creation of enlightened consciousness. Its brilliant colors and forms awaken the mind and energize consciousness; its images stimulate capacities for visualization and nourish the heart. By evoking and communicating the qualities of realization directly, these images assure that insight will not be reduced to abstract concepts, but will remain a living experience.
Tibetan pratictioners have used these precious images for over twelve hundred years to open the path of wisdom. These vibrant fine art giclees are printed on a durable waterproof canvas for extra strength and longevity. This will ensure that your print lasts for many generations without fading. Dharma Publishing uses archival pigment based inks which helps achieve the finest resolution. This also means you have a print as close to the original as you can get.
approx height = 24 inches
approx width = 16.5 inches