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A Northeast Indian, Pala styla, phyllite stone stele with the crowned Buddha
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A Northeast Indian, Pala styla, phyllite stone stele with the crowned Buddha

11TH CENTURY

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A Northeast Indian, Pala styla, phyllite stone stele with the crowned Buddha
11th century
Standing in samabhanga on a lotus base placed on a plinth, both arms broken, wearing diaphanous cloak, bejewelled, his face with serene expression, urna, almond-shaped eyes, elongated earlobes, tiara, flanked by Maitreya and Padmapani, a pair of Buddhas and a pair of apsaras near the upper section of the arched backslab
64 cm (25 1/4 in) high
Provenance
Acquired before 1970
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