Thangka of the Buddha Amitabha painted on a black background canvas in
non-traditional unique style.
The Buddha Amitabha is the head of the Lotus family who resides in the Pure Land, Sukhavati or "Dewa-chen" in Tibetan. In this Thangka he is depicted with his hands in the meditation mudra, sitting crossed legs on a throne. The throne is supported with a pair of peacock, one of the six birds of the Pure Land with a Norbu-like shaped golden Wheel of Dharma at the center.
Here the body of Amitabha is painted in slightly red tinged white color with a subtle red shading, when we usually see him in red in Tibetan Thangka paintings.