Painted Banner (Thangka) of Portrait of Sakya Pandita (1132 - 1251)
Tibet (Artist's nationality:)
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Pal, Pratapaditya. Tibet: Tradition & Change. Albuquerque: The Albuquerque Museum: 1997, pp. 14-15, plate 7.
Art Institute of Chicago, Gallery 150, McKinlock Court (2/9/1999 - 7/18/2006?).
Albuquerque, NM, The Albuquerque Museum, Tibet: Tradition and Change October 18, 1997 - May 24, 1998.
Sold to the Art Institute by Mr. Ferrucio Abbiati, Alessandria, Italy, February 27, 1996.
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