In Tibet, religious paintings come in many forms, one being the “thangka,” which is a painting on cotton that usually depicts a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala. This particular one shows the various scenes of the Buddha’s life, including his years as a prince, his quest for a solution to overcome human suffering, and the fulfillment of his search by teaching others to achieve enlightenment. We archivally presented the painting in an ornate antique gold moulding from Larson Juhl’s “Allegra” collection, flax linen liner from Larson Juhl, gold leaf fillet from Decor, and Tru Vue Museum glass.