An "Antique Avalokiteshvara Thangka" is a Tibetan Buddhist painting of Avalokiteshvara, also known as Avalokitesvara or Chenrezig. Representing universal empathy, Avalokiteshvara is thought to respond to the suffering of creatures. This Padmapani Lokeshor in standing position with Amitabha Buddha at top then White Tara and Green Tara at left and right of the Lokeshor is a rare piece of art.
This handcrafted art piece is finely carved to depict Avalokiteshvara, a bodhisattva in Tibetan Buddhist iconography that symbolizes his capacity to aid innumerable beings with his gracious deeds and all-encompassing discernment. It's a classic memento of the potency of compassion and love.
Antique Avalokiteshvara Thangkas have a great historical, artistic, and spiritual significance and are much sought-after by collectors, art connoisseurs, and devotees of Tibetan Buddhism. Original antiques of this type are increasingly scarce and difficult to come by, making them a valuable and treasured item to own.