Himalayan Art Resources

Painting Style: Taglung

Taglung Style Painting | Painting Main Page | Taglung Kagyu Main Page


Subjects, Topics & Types:
- Taglung Painting Style Definition
- Teacher Portrait Paintings (below)
- Deity Paintings
- Footprint Paintings
- Early Paintings of Teachers (All Styles)
- Gold on Red Teachers (Miniature Paintings)
- Gold on Red Mixed Subjects (Miniature Paintings)
- Riwoche Paintings (16th-20th centuries)
- Terminology & Classification of Style Names
- Sakya Subject (Taglung Paintings): #101331
- Karma Kagyu Subject (Taglung Paintings): #57024, #68871, #68872
- Drigung Subject (Taglung Paintings)
- Drugpa Subject (Taglung Paintings)
- Masterworks
- Confusions
- Others...

Taglung Lineage:
8. Pagmodrubpa Dorje Gyalpo (1110-1170) p127
9. Taglung Tangpa Chenpo, Tashi Pal (1142-1209/10) p2649
10. Kuyalwa (Onpo) Rinchen Gonpo (1191-1236) p1784
11. Sanggye Yarjon (1203-1272) p1818

The period of Taglung style paintings began in approximately 1170 around the time of the passing of Pagmodrubpa Dorje Gyalpo. The painting tradition continues until the early 1300s.

Jeff Watt [updated 5-2017, 6-2018, 1-2019]