Now available: Photographs of Tibetan and Buddhist art by Rob Linrothe
More than 1,200 images of Tibetan and Buddhist art from Rob Linrothe are now available in the Digital Library. The collection consists of Linrothe’s field photography of art, architecture, and monuments in Tibet, China, India, and Indonesia. There is strong coverage of Tibetan sites, particularly petroglyphs, stupas, and monasteries in the Ladakh and Zangskar regions. Linrothe has also photographed the architecture and sculpture of monuments such as Borobudur in Indonesia and Sanchi in India. For this release, ARTstor collaborated with the Visual Resources Collections at Skidmore College, where Linrothe previously served as Associate Professor of Art History. In his current position as Associate Professor in the Department of Art History at Northwestern University, Linrothe will work with the Digital Collections department at Northwestern University Library to share additional content in the Digital Library.
To view the Rob Linrothe: Tibetan and Buddhist Art collection: go to the ARTstor Digital Library, browse by collection, and click “Rob Linrothe: Tibetan and Buddhist Art;” or, if you are at your institution or have an ARTstor account, simply follow this link: http://library.artstor.org/library/collection/linrothe
For more detailed information about this collection, visit the Rob Linrothe: Tibetan and Buddhist Art collection page.
- Huntington Archive of Asian Art
- Mellon International Dunhuang Archive
- Shuilu’an Temple (Northwestern University)
- Cave Temples at Ellora, India (Deepanjana Danda Klein and Arno Klein)
- Beyond the Taj: Architectural Traditions and Landscape Experience in South Asia (Cornell University Library)
- Strom Archive of the Art and Architecture of Korean Buddhist Monasteries (Carl and Jennifer Strom)