The Twenty-fourth Vidyadhara (Wisdom-Holder) King of Shambhala, Anantavijaya (Infinite Victory)
second half of the 17th century
Object Place: Tibet
80.9 x 43.3 cm (31 7/8 x 17 1/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Distemper on cotton
Not On View
Painting in hanging scroll (thangka) format, with replacement streamers, veil, and decorative stitched borders.
Probably not a representation of Vajrasattva; rather the image is more likely the Twenty-fourth Kulika King of Shambala, Anantavijaya (Infinite Victory). Single figure reclining slightly off center on a lotus throne with tree overhead.
1906, Denman Waldo Ross, Cambridge, MA; 1906, gift of Ross to the MFA. (Accession Date: March 8, 1906)
Denman Waldo Ross Collection