What is Chinese Thang-ga painting? What does Chinese Thang-ga Painting mean? Thang-ga, also called Tangga, is a transliteration of Tibetan, referring to religious scroll paintings that are enshrined in colored satin. Thangka is a unique form of painting art in Tibetan culture. The subject matter covers many areas such as Tibetan history, politics, culture and social life. Most of Thangka passed down from the world are Tibetan Buddhism and Benjaminist works. Pigments traditionally use precious mineral gems such as gold, silver, pearl, agate, coral, turquoise, malachite, cinnabar and plants such as saffron, rhubarb and indigo as pigments to show their sacredness. These natural materials ensure that the drawn Thangka is bright and dazzling, and the color quality can be maintained for hundreds of years. Therefore, Thangka is known as the treasure of Chinese national painting art, and the Tibetan "Encyclopedia" is also a precious intangible cultural heritage in Chinese folk art. It is important to have a Chinese Thang-ga painting hang at home and office. We have hundreds of Chinese Thang-ga paintings that can be mailed to you directly from the artists. We will save you 50% compare the price you get from your local store. you can also contact us and send requests to personalize your paintings.