Thangka (tib.: ཐང་ཀ་) of Buddha Samantabhadra "Kuntu Zangpo", printed on natural canvas.
Buddha Samantabhadra (Tib.: ཀུན་ཏུ་བཟང་པོ།; Wylie: kun tu bzang po), in the Dzogchen system, represents our true nature, that state of the Ground, is given the name the "Primordial Buddha".
He is depicted as a buddha, sky-blue in colour, sitting in the vast expanse of space, and encircled by an aura of rainbow light. He is completely naked, meaning unstained by any trace of concept. His name, Kuntuzangpo in Tibetan, Samantabhadra in Sanskrit, means "always good", "always well" or "unchanging goodness". What this signifies is that unchanging goodness, or fundamental goodness, is our ultimate nature.
The source photo used for this print was taken from real thangka of our collection. Resolution of this source is high enough to make full impression of real painting: as you can see on additional images.
This image is set off white border 1,5 cm width, so you can even decorate your thangka with a brocade the same as it done traditionally. But as per our own opinion, the best solution for the modern home design is to put the image in the fillet (picture framing) under passe-partout and glass.
This painting is made in accordance with all religious canons. So, you can be sure — all the proportions and colors are correct.