"It's really old. I don't know enough about art to say how old. Maybe pre-1400s? I don't know. I think it's Chinese. There's a scary yeti peeking inside of a monastery and everyone inside of it has a really scary face and they all look terrified. . . . It's just a snowy mountain and he's peeking into a building . . . I saw it in a book about yetis and bigfoot when I was a kid. I think it was supposed to be convincing evidence of the yeti's existence..."
He thinks the style of the painting was something like this image (not sure if I'm supposed to hotlink; the image is safe for work):
Can anyone remember anything like this? We've had no luck searching online. We've turned up a few old images like the following (again, these are safe for work):
But nothing that comes even close to matching his description. Is it ringing a bell for anyone? Any help would be hugely appreciated. Thanks!
Edited by Karate Louie, 11 February 2014 - 05:04 PM.