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    Tashi Mannox
    Dragon study

    Dragon study

    This dragon painting was initially created as a study piece for a larger illustration, for the narrative of a major documentary film made on the epic escape of the Dalai Lama in 1959 called ‘Never Forget Tibet’ as seen here.

    This ‘wisdom’ Dragon is depicted bursting through ink-wash clouds of delusion, which spits a wish fulfilling jewel, seen as one of the artists personal seals in the top left corner.

    A one-word Tibetan calligraphy to the bottom right, simply translates as ‘dragon’ – pronounced ‘druk’ in Tibetan, a word also meaning thunder, such poetic description placing the dragon as elementally powerful.

    Issued with this artwork is a Certificate of Authentication with description, which serves as provenance, as well as a recipe of value for insurance purposes.

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