Buddhism was born in India during the 6th century BC. Today, thousands of years later, its teachings and philosophy are still taught and followed worldwide. From China to Japan, through Tibet and Vietnam, as well as Europe and America, Buddha's vision survives and can be discovered and experienced through beautiful and colourful works of art.
Featuring 100 intricately drawn illustrations, this unique book evokes the splendid designs and imagery that lie at the heart of the Buddhist faith. Buddhism's quest for harmony and inner peace which has led to the creation of varied artistic and spiritual representations, at times bursting with colour and life. Colouring in ephemeral mandalas, Dharmachakras, levitating Buddhas and other auspicious motifs will transport the reader to a place of serenity and help reach a state of calm and meditation.
About the Author
JEANE MONTANO is a French illustrator working for the Natural History Museum in Paris.
MARTHE MULKEY is an illustrator for the Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle and Le Jardin des Plantes in Paris. She specialises in the drawing and painting of small and large animals.