Artist's description:

Here the Buddha gold statue is on an alter that we can feel from the red shadow of the offerings. The empress is shadowed in red, while the columns of the forbidden city are in Purple.

Amitabha and Amitayus are the same person, or entity. In the Mahayana Tradition of Buddhism a buddha is described as having three bodies: a form body (nirmanakaya), an apparitional body (sambhogakaya) and an ultimate truth body (dharmakaya). The first, Amitabha is the form body and the second, Amitayus, is the apparitional body. The ultimate truth body is without appearance and does not appear in painting or sculptural art.

The frame is ornate, black with gold and is behind the painting allowing the painted sides to be seen.

Materials used:

Oil on wood, cover in resin



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This artwork is sold by Francois Beausoleil from United States

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