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We promised you a second Art Tibet auction... and here it is!


As art plays such a vital role in Tibetan culture, and has long been a powerful tool for social change, it seems fitting that to commemorate 60 years of our work artists have so generously donated their work to support ours. 


And this time many more established and emerging artists are involved, including Clive Arrowsmith, Dan Hillier, Tenzing Rigdol, Vinca Petersen, Simon Pearsall and Miranda Argyle, so there really is something for everyone. 


You can also bid on a unique print by Hergé. This delightful world map was used to announce a new Tintin adventure in the Belgian newspaper, Le Petit Vingtiéme in 1932, and has been generously donated by The Hergé Foundation and The Tintin Shop.


This auction is an exciting and unique opportunity for you to buy a special piece and help Tibetan communities through the current crisis. 

 

Art Tibet will run from 19 November until 3 December (ending at 9pm), so plenty of time to bid. We were blown away by your response to our first auction and this time thanks to the artists involved there are many more exciting pieces for you to bid on. And if you are looking for the perfect Christmas present (maybe for yourself!) we will do everything possible to get your piece to you before Christmas.

 

Items do not include postage/delivery. Once the auction has ended we will contact you to arrange the most suitable and convenient delivery method. 


Happy bidding and good luck!


PS Watch this space for more information on how to bid on a very special piece by Antony Gormley (open from the 4 December) and follow our social media channels for more info too!


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Lot 1
£ 625
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The 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso - Clive Arrowsmith
Lot 2
£ 35
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Cham Dance - Geoff Harris
Lot 3
£ 100
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Clouds over the Himalayas - Miranda Argyle
Lot 4
£ 240
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Forever Ready - Tenzing Rigdol
Lot 5
£ 100
6
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Exciting Challenges - Simon Pearsall
Lot 6
£ 260
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Map of the world - Hergé
Lot 7
£ 85
3
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Dive - Vinca Petersen
Lot 11
£ 170
9
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(- 2016) - This Ain’t Rock’n’Roll
Lot 9
£ 458
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First Bhūmi - Dan Hillier
Lot 10
£ 35
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Tashi Lhunpo Monastery - Geoff Harris
Lot 11
£ 35
1
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Contemporary Issues. Tibet Exiles - Tsering Topgyal
Lot 12
£ 40
2
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Symmetry Drawing - Marta Altes
Lot 13
£ 300
2
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Buddha - Yassen Dimitrov
Lot 16
£ 55
2
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Coming Home - Johanna Zhang
Lot 15
£ 60
1
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No.121 - Raj Verdi
Lot 16
£ 35
1
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Baking Bread - Geoff Harris
Lot 17
£ 120
4
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Artefacts - Julian Bond
Lot 18
£ 40
1
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Nomad woman from Amdo - Anne Jennings Brown
Lot 19
£ 70
4
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Pink Lotus - Bill Pryde
Lot 20
£ 25
2
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Om Mani Padme Hum - Tibet Relief Fund archive
Lot 21
£ 40
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No. 90 - Raj Verdi
Lot 22
£ 155
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama - Andre Durand (signed by the Dalai Lama)
Lot 23
£ 200
5
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No. 119 - Raj Verdi
Lot 24
£ 60
4
NOT STARTED
Sakya monastery - Tibet Relief Fund archive
Lot 25
£ 40
1
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Khampa Chief - Anne Jennings Brown
Lot 27
£ 40
2
NOT STARTED
Carpet Weaving, Karnataka - Tibet Relief Fund archive
Lot 27
£ 160
10
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Tree of Life - Anna-Lisa Murrell
Lot 28
£ 60
3
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Green Lotus - Bill Pryde
Lot 29
£ 35
2
NOT STARTED
Washing - Tibet Relief Fund archive
Lot 30
£ 35
2
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Contemplation - Tibet Relief Fund archives
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