Table of contents for Patron and painter : Situ Panchen and the revival of the encampment style / David P. Jackson ; with an essay by Karl Debreczeny.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
 Contents
Foreword Donald Rubin
Introduction Martin Brauen
Preface David P. Jackson
Note to the reader
Maps
Chapter 1 Situ Panchen: His Life and Artistic Activities
Chapter 2 Portraits of Situ Panchen
Chapter 3 The Black Hats of the Karmapas
Chapter 4 Early Stylistic Background
Chapter 5 Later Stylistic Background
Chapter 6 The Main Sets Commissioned by Situ Panchen
Chapter 7 The Eight Great Adepts of India 
Chapter 8 The Eighty-four Great Adepts
Chapter 9 The Main Lineage Masters of the Karma Kagyu 
Chapter 10 Bodhisattvas South of the Clouds Karl Debreczeny
Appendixes: Seven Incarnation Lineages of the Karma Kagyu
	Appendix A: The Black-Hat Karmapa Incarnations
	Appendix B: The Red-Hat Karmapa Incarnations
	Appendix C: The Tai Situ Incarnations of Karma and Palpung 
	Appendix D: The Goshri Gyaltshab Incarnations
	Appendix E: The Palden Nenang Pawo Incarnations 
	Appendix F: The Incarnations of Takna Treho 
	Appendix G: The Jamgon Kongtrul Incarnations
Notes
Glossary
Bibliography
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Painting, Tibetan -- Exhibitions.
Painting, Buddhist -- China -- Tibet -- Exhibitions.
Si-tu Paáon-chen Chos-kyi-ªbyuðcn-gnas, 1699 or 1700-1774 -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions.
Tankas (Tibetan scrolls) -- Exhibitions.