Framed tangka depicting Sakyamuni holding a blue alms bowl. He is sitting on a multi-colored lotus base and is wearing orange and red flowing robes. He is depicted against a blue background which has an orange decorative pattern around it. His head stands out against a red aureole. He is flanked by two bodhisattvas to the right and left of the lotus base. Scenes from the life of the Buddha are depicted throughout the composition. Many of the scenes are depicted within palatial settings and consist of courtyard like settings. The ground of the paintings is predominately a green and blue in color. A yellow hat lama is depicted in a possible donor position in the peacock throne to the buddha’s right. This painting may have a Gelukpa sect provenance as the yellow hat indicates. Sky ferries are set to either side of a parasol at the top portion of the painting.