Daode Tianzun, Taoist Temple Painting. Three Pure Ones. Yao Culture. 19th c.

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Daode Tianzun
'The Heavenly Lord of Dao and its Virtue'

A Framed Taoist Temple Painting.
Yao Culture
Southern China
19th century.

Daode Tianzun 道德天尊
One of the “Three Pure Ones”
They are regarded as pure manifestation of the Tao and the origin of all sentient beings.

Daode Tianzun also known as Taishang Laojun believed to be the true incarnation of the spiritual philosopher Laozi, he was already identified as a personification of the Tao as early as the beginning of the Later Han dynasty. According to Daozang, Taishang Laojun had manifested many various incarnations to teach living beings, and Laozi is one of his incarnations. 

The scroll retains vibrant colors and is in excellent condition.

Dimensions: 36" 16" x 1"

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