small pegam

Tibet, 18th cent. (frame), – 20th cent. (front-doors)
54 x 43,5 cm; 76 cm. high.

A pegam is a small cabinet/table, used by monks to read the books. In this case the two front-doors are painted gaily with (left) the Allegory of the Cooperation, and (right) the Six Symbols of Longlife (Tsering Drug).


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