Tianshu Zhu is associate professor in the Department of History at the University of Macau. She holds an MA and a PhD in art history from the Ohio State University. Her research focuses on Buddhist art in Central Asia, China, and and India, examining visual representations in the contexts of religious practices as well as cultural transmissions and transformations.
Emanated Buddhas in the Aureole of Buddhist Images from India, Central Asia, and China by Tianshu Zhu
A pioneering and painstaking study of the meaning behind the small Buddhas figures depicted in the halo and/or aureole of Buddha and bodhisattva images. Includes color images.
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