1998.286.125.1 (Glass negative)
Sir Charles Bell
Lhasa > Jokhang
78 x 103
Negative Quarter Plate
St Antony's College, Oxford
Intensifier Lantern Notches on right side
Sir Charles Bell's Mission to Lhasa 1920-21
British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections
'Portrait of the Dalai Lama', Sir Charles Bell, London: Collins, 1946 [view list of illustrations]
Manual Catalogues - Bell's List of Illustrations entry: "[No. of chapter] XXVII. [Subject of Chapter] Amusements [Subject of Illustration] Q111 (d) Entrance to Tsuk La Kang, Lhasa. On left centre on first storey is the window from which we viewed the ceremonies and festivities that took place here from time to time. Behind the yak curtain just above is the verandah, from which the Dalai Lama used to view them, on the second story. To the left is the weeping willow known as "Buddha's Hair". [Remarks] L.130"
Contemporary Publication - Published in 'Portrait of the Dalai Lama', Bell, C. A., London: Collins, 1946, facing p.289 (top):"Verandah from which the Dalai Lama could view the ceremonies in the prayer festival."
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