1998.286.198.1 (Glass negative)
Sir Charles Bell
Lhasa > Kundeling > Kesar Lhakhang
78 x 103 mm
Negative Quarter Plate
St Antony's College, Oxford
Sir Charles Bell's Mission to Lhasa 1920-21
British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections
Manual Catalogues - Bell's List of Illustrations entry: "[No. of chapter] XXXIX. [Subject of Chapter] Proverbs and Fables [Subject of Illustration] Q186 (f). Kesar chapel at Lhasa behind on raised ground; Kundeling monastery in front. [Where placed - book page] G.J. [Remarks] L.210"
Other Information - Setting: The Dekyi Lingka, where Bell's Mission lived, was in the grounds of Kundeling Monastery [MS 12/8/2004]
Contemporary Publication - Published in 'A Year in Lhasa' in The Geographical Journal, February,1924, facing p.100: "Kundeling Monastery, in whose park the Mission lived". This piece was derived from a lecture given to the Royal Geographical Society in London on 3rd December 1923 [MS 10/9/2004]
For Citation use:
The Tibet Album. "Kesar Chapel and Kundeling Monastery, Lhasa" 05 Dec. 2006. The Pitt Rivers Museum. <http://tibet.prm.ox.ac.uk/photo_1998.286.198.1.html>.
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