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A Gilt Bronze Figure of Akshobya
A Gilt Bronze Figure of Akshobya

TIBET, 15TH CENTURY

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A Gilt Bronze Figure of Akshobya
Tibet, 15th Century
Finely modeled seated in dhyanasana on a separately cast double-lotus base, his right hand in bhumisparsa mudra and balancing a vajra in his left, wearing long flowing robes draped over his left shoulder and incised with a floral border, his face with a serene expression with aquiline nose and long pierced lobes, the base inscribed at the lower rim
11 in. (29.9 cm.) high
Literature
Spink, Body, Speech and Mind, Buddhist Art from Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia and China, 1998, cat. no. 13.
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