Mandala Publishing $24.99 April 2015. The collection features a stunning selection of forty full-color removable posters selected from Gods in Print: Masterpieces of India’s Mythological Art. This spiritual collection contains 12x16 prints and lithographs of the beautiful and inspirational sacred imagery of Krishna, gathered from all corners of India.
Gods in Print: The Krishna Poster Collection brings forty of the most iconic images of Krishna from Gods in Print into a new removable and frameable format, allowing for greater appreciation of all the details and thought put into each piece. Featuring images of Krishna as the child Gopal, with Radha, battling Kaliya, and many more, this divine gallery is the ultimate poster collection of historical Krishna prints and lithographs for anyone interested in Hinduism, spirituality, mythology, or art.
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In the Celestial Gallery: The Poster Collection, Volume I painter Romio Shrestha, a modern master of traditional Tibetan Buddhist enlightenment and deity art, known for his complex and sacred designs depicts White Tara, Green Tara, the Medicine Buddha, and many other celestials inviting meditation and reflection. The original artworks were made from natural ingredients like marigolds and hand-ground malachite and lapis, and were painted at times with just three hairs of a cat’s tail. Each work of art took months to create and is reproduced here in hauntingly powerful detail.
This collection brings the most popular and breathtaking paintings from Shrestha’s Celestial Gallery series into a new poster format. The large size and full-color printing allows for a greater appreciation of the intricate details in each piece, and the removable pages make it easier than ever to display these beautiful paintings throughout the home and office. Shrestha, a modern master of the Indo-Nepali-Tibetan Buddhist traditions of enlightenment art, has been exhibited in many of the great collections of the world, including the British Museum, the Victoria Albert Museum, the Buchheim Museum, the American Museum of Natural History in New York, the Tibet House in New York City, and the Newark Museum in New Jersey.
He keeps his unique art form vibrant and dynamic, directing a school of artist-craftsmen in the Kathmandu Valley of Tibet.
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