• Lot 345

    STATUETTE DE LOHAN EN BRONZE DORE

    CHINE, DYNASTIE MING, XVIEME-XVIIEME SIECLE

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    STATUETTE DE LOHAN EN BRONZE DORE
    CHINE, DYNASTIE MING, XVIEME-XVIIEME SIECLE
    Représenté debout, vêtu d'une longue robe monastique ourlée de motifs de fleurs incisés, les mains jointes, le visage creusé, reposant sur une base lotiforme incisée d'un motif floral sur la partie supérieure, scellé
    Hauteur: 33,5 cm. (13 3/16 in.)


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    This figure of Lohan probably represents Kasyapa, the most famous of Sakyamuni's ten disciples. A close example from the Chang Foundation is illustrated in Buddhist Images in Gilt Metal, Taipei 1993, p.150, pl.68.

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    Post Lot Text

    A GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF A LOHAN STANDING ON A LOTUS BASE
    CHINA, MING DYNASTY, 16TH/17TH CENTURY