Mahakala is a protector of the Dharma, a wrathful manifestation of the Buddha, practiced as a deity to over-come inner and outer obstacles and to transform anger into compassion. He has three bulging eyes representing an all seeing past, present and future.
Teeth like letters spell out 'The Great Black One' in a stylised Uchen script, while prayers of invocation surround and cover the face.
Giclée printed using 100 year longevity Lucia archival pigment inks on sustainably sourced natural white bamboo fine art paper, at 290 g/m². Pure 23.6ct gold leaf gilded.
Small Print (40 x 30 cm), £208
Medium Print (50 x 37.5 cm), £270
Large Print (67 x 50 cm), £335