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Class A Tangka painter at Tibet Museum in Lhasa

English.news.cn   2010-08-06 20:26:32 FeedbackPrintRSS
 

 
 Tangka painter Dengga draws on a piece of Tangka painting at Tibet Museum in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, August 6, 2010. The first Tangka exhibition lowered its curtain on Friday as a total of 100 pieces of Tangka works were displayed during the five-day exhibition. Originated from Tang Dynasty, Tangka is a unique style of traditional Tibetan scroll paintings found only in China's Tibetan areas. (Xinhua/Gesang Dawa)

 
 Tangka painter Dengga introduces a piece of Tangka work at Tibet Museum in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, August 6, 2010. The first Tangka exhibition lowered its curtain on Friday as a total of 100 pieces of Tangka works were displayed during the five-day exhibition. Originated from Tang Dynasty, Tangka is a unique style of traditional Tibetan scroll paintings found only in China's Tibetan areas. (Xinhua/Gesang Dawa)

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