Subject:Re: Japanese Tryptich
Posted By: I.Nagy Mon, Nov 07, 2022
They are souvenir prints from the Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto.
念彼觀音力 - Nenpi kannonriki - Have in mind the power of Kannon
清水寺貫主 清範 - Kiyomizu -dera Kanshu Seihan
- Kiyomizu Temple, Chief Abbot, Seihan*
清水寺貫主印 - Seal of the Chief Abbot of Kiyomizu Temple
Lower sea l,
清範 - Seihan
* Mori Seihan 森清範 １９４０－
Chief abbot of Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto
The explanation on the right side says;
The principal image of Kiyomizu Temple, the Eleven-faced, Thousand-handed Kannon statue is a secret Buddha, and it is said that Kannon Boddhisattva transforms into thirty-three bodies according to the living beings and save them.....
On an Auspicious Day of the 12th Year of Heisei Era (2000)