Seven Small Thangkas, Tibet, 18th to 20th century, one depicting Amitabha Buddha seated on a lotus with an alms bowl in his left palm, with two seals to right bottom corner; one White Tara with seven eyes; one Dorje Sempa seated on a lotus; one a Buddha figure standing with alms bowl in his palms; one a Buddha figure standing on a lotus, mounted on cardboard; and one Garuda with stretched wings; and one holding twenty tsakli images in a table with five rows and four columns, mostly distemper on cotton except the last one, sizes to 19 x 12 7/8 in.
Amitabha with severe toning, multiple tears, loss of details and pigments, White Tara with a streak of grime to the left bottom, Dorje Sempa with loss of pigments, paperwork with multiple creases, tears, and toning, others with stains, minor creases, and pigment losses.
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